The Many Charms of Puglia
Iconic olive groves and whitewashed villages crisscross Puglia, Italy’s rambling southern region that also boasts the country’s longest coastline. Puglia’s romantic rock hewn villas and rustic rural dwellings are alluring slices of history, authentically transformed.
A sweet trio hearkening to simpler times, this updated rural outpost was created expressly for alfresco living. Plan on a holiday filled with cooking, lounging, dining, swimming, and stargazing, at the intersection of an olive grove and vineyard.
This peaceful, flowering oasis within endless rows of olive trees presents soothing earthen walls, vintage vaulted ceilings, and bone blonde stone gates and pathways, with modern updates including a cool rooftop terrace and crisp, cloud white linens.
Historic and new construction combine in this graceful compound where the heart of the home is actually built outside its sturdy walls. An open-air dining room, full outdoor kitchen, and plush living zone greet you before you even enter the front door.
Big picture windows, slide away walls, and bright open doorways hung with billowing linens open onto sun bleached terraces. This updated home is crisp, vivid and modern with a glinting infinity pool offering views out to sea.
A cluster of classic trulli restored with romantic simplicity, this 200-year-old compound remains remarkably authentic. Original features are stylishly revisited, offering a new, luxe bohemian look.
This feel-good, historic farmhouse has been reimagined as a private wellness retreat—an ancient framework outfitted with thoughtful resort amenities and artisanal finishes, offering relaxation within the invigorating embrace of old stone.
A passion project for a husband-and-wife team, born from a love of the people and traditions of Puglia, this stone lamia and trullo combination was carefully restored and sits on expansive parklike grounds, among the olive groves.
Award-winning and serene, this 17th-century villa’s graceful arching doorways and windows feature locally quarried stone. Much of the simple-lined, spare furnishings were owner designed, creating a deeply personal, intimate oasis, only minutes from the sea.
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