We found 12 Puglia villas for you.
A stroll to the beach and settled among the iconic and timeless olive trees of Apulia, Dagea is a lavish oasis, full of luxe touches selected to create an experience you will remember for the rest of your life.
Puglia is still off the beaten international tourist track, and yet it has so many attractions to offer: pristine beaches, serene landscapes cultivated with centuries-old olive trees, quaint fisherman villages and important archeological sites.
The magic scenery of Valle d’Itria in Apulia, where mainstream tourism has not yet caught on, won’t be a secret much longer!
Live your Apulia experience starting at Villa Joda, the best place to enjoy your vacation while discovering this magical region.
Welcome to Apulia and to Villa Kyme, an ideal vacation home for small groups of friends or families who want to enjoy private tranquility while also having access to the beach (5 minutes by car), archaeological wonders, gastronomic delights, and seaside attractions that make up this up-and-coming region.
Located in the Itria Valley – the Trulli Land – one of the Apulia’s most popular and attractive areas characterized by typical conical constructions, the trulli, Villa Navira welcomes you to experience this delightful region, with its olive orchards, white towns, and wonderful landscapes.
The luxurious Villa Rei, a recently restored typical masseria – a fortified farm – is a gateway of indulgence, sun and relaxation.
Sunny weather, beautiful and wild beaches, picturesque fishermen villages, white towns perched on a steep coastline, rich historical architecture, stunning natural landscapes, ancient olive groves, serene vineyard rows, and delicious local cuisine – all this and much more is Puglia!
The Valle d’Itria in Apulia is also known as Valle dei Trulli – Trullos’ Valley (trullo is a version of dome house), a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996.