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Nestled in Apulia’s heart, Valle d’Itria lures with its charm—captivating visitors through unique landscapes, quaint villages, and cultural legacy. Nature enthusiasts relish rolling hills, orchards, and olive groves adorning the serene countryside. The masseria, a quintessential farmhouse, is emblematic of the area. These historical edifices hold immense cultural and architectural importance, embodying the region’s rural history and providing a portal into bygone eras. Originally fortified agricultural hubs, many masserie, like Pietrana, have metamorphosed into delightful lodgings, offering guests an authentic taste of rural Apulian traditions and tranquility. Amidst Valle d’Itria’s enchanting allure, these echoes of the past infuse the present with a timeless charm.
Ground floor:
Queen bedroom with independent entrance from the garden, en-suite bathroom with large shower
Queen bedroom with independent entrance from the garden, en-suite bathroom with shower
Queen bedroom with independent entrance from the garden, en-suite bathroom with shower
Queen bedroom with independent entrance from the garden, en-suite bathroom with shower
Duplex queen bedroom suite, (bed located on the mezzanine, accessible by spiral staircase) with independent entrance from the garden, private bathroom with shower

Separate independent annex:
Queen bedroom studio with kitchenette and breakfast area, en-suite bathroom with shower

All bedrooms have air conditioning, safe, and smart TVs; all bathrooms are provided with hair dryers.

The villa’s interiors provide modern comforts while retaining the rustic ambiance and are characterized by the distinctive architectural elements while conveying a sense of timeless beauty: thick whitewashed stone walls, providing insulation from the Mediterranean heat, arched entrances, vaulted ceilings, stone fireplaces, stone floors.
Ground floor:
The living area boasts a spacious TV lounge, while the dining room, with direct access to the garden, incorporates a mezzanine hosting a cozy sitting space and adjoins a well-appointed modern kitchen. The fusion of contemporary design furnishings with more traditional ones and local artisanal crafts generates a distinctive ambiance, offering a pleasant experience of the space.

Surrounded by six acres of expansive olive groves, the tranquil setting of the villa offers a chance to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse oneself in the natural beauty of Apulia. A furnished interior courtyard serves as gathering space and two covered patios are perfect for dining al-fresco. Guests can take leisurely walks, relax by the private pool, or just enjoy lazy hours amidst the scenic landscape.

A/C in each room, unlimited Wi-Fi; smart TV, dishwasher; washing machine, decorative fireplaces, safes, hairdryers, private swimming pool with outdoor shower, shaded pool bar, pizza oven, ample private parking.

Petrana is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area. From here, you can easily venture out to visit nearby villages, archaeological sites, and coastal areas, or take just a five-minute drive from the nearest sandy beach, returning to your peaceful oasis at the end of the day. Whether you’re seeking a tranquil retreat, a cultural experience, or a blend of both, this villa offers a unique and enriching way to immerse yourself in the captivating beauty and rich traditions of southern Italy.

Nearest Airport: Brindisi 38 min
Nearest serviced town: 10 min
Nearest beach: 7 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!

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

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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24/7 Concierge


Air Conditioning




Swimming Pool


Terrace / Alfresco Dining



Extra Optional Services


Airport Transfer


Cooking class


Extra Housekeeping


Laundry service


Private Chef


Wine Tour

Pricing and Availability

Standard rates €28,000.00
From – 01 May 2024 – 31 May 2024 €15,000.00
From – 01 Jun 2024 – 30 Jun 2024 €20,000.00
From – 01 Jul 2024 – 31 Jul 2024 €25,000.00
From – 01 Aug 2024 – 31 Aug 2024 €28,000.00
From – 01 Sep 2024 – 30 Sep 2024 €20,000.00
From – 01 Oct 2024 – 31 Oct 2024 €15,000.00

Pricing Notes

All Utilities, including a/c, and final cleaning
Daily housekeeping service
Daily local concierge service
Daily change of bath and pool towels
Midweek change of linen
Unlimited Wi-Fi internet access
Full gardening and pool cleaning service

Cook service – No third-party suppliers allowed: the services will be provided by the villa management and in-house staff
Cost of food and beverages
Grocery shopping service

Security Deposit: € 3,000 to be held at agency
Non-smoking villa
The Italian government might require the payment of a Visitor’s Tax (approximately €1.50 – €5.00 per person, per day, depending on the location) and may be applied for the first seven days in the destination. This tax is payable locally, in Euro cash.
Pets allowed at owner’s discretion €500 per week (to be paid in cash at arrival)
Check-in: between 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm; Check-out: before/by 10:00 am
Extra services booked locally must be paid prior departure, unless otherwise arranged

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Puglia is located in Italy’s Deep South and is skirted by 800km of coast with limestone cliffs, olive groves and wild forests. Its sandy beaches have drawn attention to the travel press and it is only just starting to be discovered by international tourists who are keen on the local realestate which is made up of interesting round trulli houses. The south of Italy is strongly influenced by the seas in its history, food and culture. The Adriatic Sea and the Ionian Sea both meet on Italy’s heel.

Things to do in Puglia;

1)      Rent a cone shaped Trullo villa that Italian Villa Vacations has available for rent in Cisternino. Base yourself there for a week so you can explore the region well.

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