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It was the ’90s when Apulia started maturing as Italy’s next place to visit. But it is only now that the dusty heel of the Italian peninsula, with its rugged coastline, fertile soil, clear crystal waters and foreign-dominated rich past, is finally and officially on the map!

In this dream-like landscape, Villa Coki, once a fortified farm, is now a barefoot chic property ready to welcome you inside of its trulli. Trulli are typical dry stone huts with conical limestone roofs, and the most exclusive tourist accommodation you can find in this region. The simple yet sophisticated charm of this villa will conquer you while you experience the many factors why this villa is the perfect stage for enjoying quality time together with your loved ones.

  • Dedicated Parking Space
  • Child Friendly
  • Air Conditioned
  • Central Heating
  • Sleeps x 9
  • En-suite x 1
  • King x 1
  • Queen x 1
  • Air conditioning
  • Queen/Twin x 2
  • Single Bed x 1
  • Bath x 1
  • Shower x 4
  • Hair Dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Fully Equipped
  • Barbecue
  • Al fresco dining
  • TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Washer
  • Swimming pool
  • Restaurants
  • Shops
  • Nature

BEDROOMS
Queen/twin bedroom with en suite bathroom with double sink and tub
Queen/twin bedroom with independent entrance and en suite bathroom with large shower
Queen bedroom with en suite bathroom with large bathroom with shower
Loft queen bed with en-suite bathroom with shower
Single bedroom with sofa bed, ideal for one teenager/young adult, independent entrance from the terrace via a set of stairs. Small en suite bathroom with shower.

LIVING SPACES
While the outside of Villa Coki is a superb area for spending leisurely hours, its interior space is limited, consisting of just a small sitting room with large TV, and an independent fully equipped kitchen. The latter is a spacious and inviting room with limestone walls and a vaulted ceiling, and it may serve also as a dining room on those few days when the weather is less than perfect. The kitchen opens onto the sun-drenched terrace where you can enjoy outdoor living and the great Mediterranean climate.

OUTDOOR FEATURES
On the expansive manicured grounds imbued with contemporary carefree elegance, a stone-paved terrace overlooks the garden and the private swimming pool. Under a white sun-shade sail extends a long dining table perfect for spending hours savoring famously delicious Italian food while enjoying company. Olive trees, typical vegetation of the area, dot the estate like ornate decorations.

SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS
Discovering Apulia while living in its iconic local architecture is a special experience from the very start! While outdoors you are in your private sun-soaked oasis, indoors, you will not feel the heat, thanks to the special construction of the trulli which creates an air-chamber that absorbs changes in temperature. And, just in case, do not forget that the beaches are a 30-minute drive away.

Nearest Airport: Brindisi Salento 58 min; Bari Wojtyla 1 h 5 min
Nearest serviced town: 6 min
Nearest beach: Savelletri 32 min
Driving time estimated by Google Maps

Apulia boast the longest coastline among all mainland Italian regions, lapped by the Adriatic and Ionian limpid sapphire seas. For the most part of the year, this region is soaked by the sun and cooled by a fresh breeze, making it the perfect summer destination for the beach lovers. In the last decade, however, Apulia has been stirring tourists interest for many other reasons. Conquered by many different ancient civilizations – Greeks, Romans, Turks, Franks, Normans, Swabians, Angevins and Bourbons - Apulia treasures an impressive collection of castles, great artistic and cultural heritage, and important archeological sites. Besides the magnificent beaches and the crystal clear waters, Apulia’s highlights include the unique village of Alberobello with its white-washed trulli lining the streets, the natural wonders of the famous Grottoes of Castellana and Fasano, the baroque city of Lecce, Ostuni, nicknamed la città bianca due to the picturesque white stone houses and churches, and - last but not least - the captivating food reflecting centuries of mixed cultural influences. The only con to visiting this region is…so much to experience, so little time!

WHERE TO EAT
Il Guazzetto - Located in the historic center of the old town of Monopoli, this young restaurant serves Apulia’s typical cuisine.
Via Dell'Erba 39/41, Monopoli - +39 080 410 7175
Osteria Piazzetta Cattedrale - Small but classy restaurant serving farm-to-table typical local cuisine.
Largo Arcidiacono Teodoro Trinchera 7 (in front of the Cathedral), Ostuni - +39 0831 335026
Pasha - La Casa Ristorante - Fine dining at its best at this Michelin awarded restaurant located inside of the Bishop's Palace.
Via Morgantini 2, Conversano - +39 373 800 2809
L’Aratro – Casual restaurant with warm atmosphere serving cuisine strongly rooted in the territory.
Via Monte San Michele 25/29, Alberobello - +39 080 432 2789
Osteria del Porto – Pretty restaurant located on the marina, with outdoor seating. Seafood is king here, both as appetizer (try the crudo) and delicious entrée. At the end of the meal, we recommend their excellent sgroppino.
Piazza del Porto 19, Savelletri - +39 338 280 5468

WHERE TO SHOP
In the mood for a day of shopping? Head to Puglia Outlet Village to find great deals on clothing and shoes from major Italian and international fashion brands.
Via dei Portuali 12, Zona Calderina, Molfetta - Puglia Outlet Village Official Website
Terracotta and majolica artwork - Nuova Colì
Piazza Sant'Oronzo, Ostuni - +39 0831 342 151
Extra virgin Olive Oil from Masseria il Frantoio - All-organic products from an estate devoted to produce high quality olive oil (certified DOP), liqueurs and jams.
S.S. 16 Km. 874, Ostuni - +39 0831 330 276

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