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This nice apartment is located on the second floor. The kitchen/living room is fully equipped with a gas stove, full oven, large refrigerator, microwave oven. It also contains a table and chairs as well as a sofa bed, led TV and air conditioning. There’s a big terrace accessed from the living room with table and chairs where you can have dinner looking at the sun set on the sea.
There are 2 bedrooms: one consists of 1 king size bed with a beautiful terrace, the other of two standard beds. The house is equipped with, internet wi fi, mosquito nets and air conditioning and garage.
There are 2 bicycles available for guests. There is a large private courtyard where children can play safely. In this courtyard there are also comfortable outdoor showers.
Just 150m from the house there are services available to all: restaurants, pharmacies, discos, banks, tobacconists, supermarkets.
Ginosa is easily reachable by train, car, plane...
You can also pass some beautiful days in the vicinity of this village situated in the heart of Magna Graecia in a strategic position between Puglia, Basilicata and Calabria.
In these pages we do not want to list only the beautiful town full of history and art, but to refer to a more careful visiting these places, the paths to cultural as well as food, giving you tips on our experience as inhabitants of these places and users of these wonderful land.
We can call it a journey into Apulia and Basilicata between sea and mountains to explore the heritage of UNESCO that these regions possess:
METAPONTO 8 km and visit the Archaeological Park and Palatine Tables
GINOSA 18 km with a visit to Gravina
LATERZA 30 km famous for its ancient Gravina and his gastonomia based
horse meat on the grill
MATERA 35 km with a visit to the SASSI DI MATERA
Taranto: 35 km to visit the many museums and old town swing bridge
POLICORO 50 km and visit the National Museum of Siris, in the heart of the ancient Heraclea
GROTTAGLIE 55 km to visit a number of handmade pottery workshops
ALTAMURA 60 km with a visit to the Cathedral of Frederick II of Svevia and Pulo
ALBEROBELLO 65 km with a visit to the old city TRULLI
Castellana Grotte 70 km with a visit to the caves speleological greatest
and beautiful known in Italian territory
OSTUNI 90 km and visit the ancient city, the city WHITE
CASTEL DEL MONTE 100 km hunting lodge of Frederick II of Savoia
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- Bari is the most important city of the Puglia, the region's capital city and a vibrant commercial center. The city is situated to the South East of the Ofanto river, on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, with a port which links Italy to the East. Even today the historic trade fair the Fiera del Levante is still an important national event. Corso Vittorio Emanuele divides the old city of Bari from the new town. Interesting monuments to visit include the Basilica of St Nicola, the Svevo Castle of Ferdinando II, the San Nicola harbor, the Provincial Archeological Museum, the Cathedral Museum and the Provincial Art Museum of Bari. With its great maritime traditions, the fish cuisine has to be tasted with marvelous sea food best savoured in the "nderre a la lanze" area.
- Tourists come to Alberobello from all over the world to see its unique urban landscape. The town has become famous internationally because of its "Trulli", cone shaped houses constructed in stone blocks known as chiancole. Alberobello is sited on two hills, divided by a river. The Western hill is the oldest part of the town and here the largest number of Trulli can be found.The old town is divided into two districts, Aia piccola and Monti, which are of national importance and have been granted special status by U.N.E.S.C.O. Profuse greenery, olive and almond trees cover the hillsides. Craft industry is particularly important, with all types of traditional products being made.
- An enchanting seaside destination, Polignano a Mare is an ancient town built on a spur of rock directly above a magnificent, clear blue sea. The history of the town and the beauty of the surrounding landscape have made Polignano a Mare one of Puglia's major tourist attractions. Through the archway of the Vecchia Porta, visitors access the old town of Polignano, to this very day encircled by the original perimeter walls and inside which the Chiesa Matrice is located. Inside the church, which served as the town's cathedral until 1818, precious works of art attributed to Stefano di Putignano, including an exquisite sculpture of the nativity, can be admired. The rocky coastline of Polignano is characterised by an incredible number of inlets and natural caves, many of which were inhabited in prehistoric times. The "Grotta Palazzese", one of the largest caves in the Puglia region, is particularly worthy of visit. Polignano owes its fame above all to its clear blue sea and splendid beach, opposite which the "Scoglio dell'Eremita" can be seen, an immense rock rising up out of the waters. Just 3 km from the center of Polignano lies the magnificent 11th century Benedictine Abbey of San Vito.
- Capital of the Ionian coast and one of the three geographical summits of Puglia's Salento region, Taranto, "city of the two seas", greets visitors with an intoxicating concoction of past and present. The third most densely populated continental city in Southern Italy with a large industrial port second only to that of Genoa, Taranto's tourist attractions include the swing bridge, built in the late 19th century to span the navigable ship channel that joins the mar piccolo (little sea) with the mar grande (big sea); the thousand year old Cathedral of S. Cataldo; Giò Ponti's Concattedrale; the Aragonese Castle; the MarTa National Archaeological Museum, where you can see the traces of the city's ancient Greek past; and the tomb of the Athlete of Taranto, discovered in 1959.
Perhaps the best time to visit Taranto is during holy week, when the streets are lined with processions which recall the rituals of the Spanish Catholic tradition and of the Aragon dominion
- Lecce is the capital of the Salento because of its geographical position in a the region looks out over both the Ionic and Adriatic Seas. Known as "the Florence of Baroque", Lecce has a wealth of architectural monuments in Baroque style, with gargles, portals and monuments made from Pietra Leccese, an easily crafted gold colored stone. There are number of sites which will interest art enthusiasts, such as the Church of St Croce, Piazza St Oronzo, the Column of St Oronzo, Porta Napoli, Lecce Cathedral, the Mazzini district. Then there is the Roman Amphitheatre, The Greek Amphitheatre, the Obelisk, Palazzo Celestini, Palazzo Carafa, the Church of St Matteo, the Carlo V Castle, the Teatini Church, Piazza Duomo.