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Property Description

Villa Belvedere (Villa)

Home: 866    
Sleeps up to: 6   (2 bedrooms)
Nearest beach: Adriatic coast: 10 Notes:
Home description
This spacious and well-appointed villa is set in a stunning location with dramatic views over the beautiful Fasano plain and the Adriatic coast. Set on a hillside, the property has privacy and comfortable accommodation. The villa has privacy and has its own car parking and patio areas, and a large terraced hillside garden.
Within walking distance are local shopping facilities for basics, a bar and pizzeria. Five minutes by car takes you to a well-stocked supermarket, and more good eating options. The towns of Locorotondo, Fasano, and Selva di Fasano all offer excellent restaurants, shopping and all facilities. On the coast is Savelletri - a centre for fresh fish and seafood restaurants - and a range of beaches to suit all.
Access to Bari and Brindisi airports, served daily from the UK, is very easy, at under an hour's drive, the majority on dual carriageway. The property is available all year round, and makes an excellent base for exploring the highlights of Puglia, including Alberobello, Martina Franca, Ostuni and the Adriatic and Ionian beaches.
Fasano Laureto area
The hillside of Laureto overlooks the Fasano plain, an area of ancient olive groves, beautiful at any time of year but spectacular in spring, when the groves are filled with red and yellow flowers. The coast is nearby, with family beaches, the Fasano Zoo Safari park, and a new top-class golf course. The villa is within easy reach of the most fascinating towns of central Puglia - Alberobello with its UNESCO heritage trulli, the Baroque elegance of Martina Franca, the white cities of Ostuni, Locorotondo and Cisternino, the Norman centre of Conversano and the fantastic caves of Castellana Grotte. Although the Adriatic coast has attractive sandy beaches, a short drive will also take you to the Ionian sea. Day trips will take you further afield to other highlights of the region such as Lecce, the cathedral towns of the Bari coast and the Gravina countryside of Matera and Laterza. Bari and Brindisi airports, both within an easy hour's drive, are served by daily direct flights from London.
How to get there
 Nearest Travel Links
Airport: Brindisi 55
Railway: Fasano 7
Ferry: Bari/Brindisi 60

Fly to Brindisi or Bari international airport (daily direct flights to Puglia from the UK), under an hour's drive to the property by easy dual-carriageway route.

Car hire available at both airports, and no problem picking up at one and returning to the other to tie in with flight arrangements.

Activities near Fasano
Great for:
Sports:
There is a golf course within 30 mins drive
Facilities
Luxuries:Log fire
General:Central heating
Standard:Iron, Hair dryer, Toaster, Kettle
Utilities:Cooker, Fridge, Washing machine, Microwave, Clothes dryer
Rooms:Bedrooms (2), Bathrooms (2), WCs (2)
Furniture:Sofabeds (1), Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seating for 8, Lounge seating for 6, Sleeps maximum of 6
Other:Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors:Balcony / Terrace, Parking space, Private garden
Access:
Further details indoors:
The villa provides spacious accommodation for four. It can sleep an extra two people by sofa bed in the large lounge.

The accommodation comprises - kitchen, dining room, large lounge, two spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms.
Further details outdoors:
The property consists of the lower portion of this large detached villa. The upper part will not be occupied during stays, ensuring guests peace and privacy. In addition to the patio area, there is an extensive terraced garden.
Further details
Swimming pool will be available 2010.
Conditions
On reservation we request a deposit of 50% of the rental, unless the arrival date is within a month, in which case we would request the entire amount on booking. The balance, if any, normally to be paid at least four weeks before arrival at the property.
Property Tariffs
Prices listed are per property per week
Quoted in Approx equivalent Approx equivalent Approx equivalent
British £ Euro € American $ Australian $
May 2009 500 568 699 894
June 600 681 838 1072
July and August 650 738 908 1162
September 600 681 838 1072
October-December 550 624 769 983

Note: Prices may be subject to change at the owner's discretion.


Please ask at any time for late-booking discounts, stays of under a week, discounts for stays longer than a week. Bookings for other than the usual Saturday to Saturday weekly lettings will be considered, depending on availability and season. Rental rates exclude the use of central heating in winter, which will be charged for at cost.

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The Puglia / Molise region


Puglia - the Apulia of ancient times – is the jewel of the Mezzogiorno, the Italian south. Fought over and colonised by the Messapians, the Greeks, Romans, Normans and Spanish, it has passed through many hands in its turbulent history. Its culture and architecture demonstrate its importance as a crossroads of Mediterranean civilisations, Greek and Roman, East and West, Europe and Africa.

The landscape and culture is definitely Mediterranean, and this is reflected in the relaxed lifestyle, the agriculture and the architecture.What you will find is a wealth of small towns to explore, each with their individual character and history. Here you will find Conversano, a town built around a Norman cathedral, towns like Cisternino and Ostuni with a maze of whitewashed alleyways reminiscent of a Moorish kasbah or a Greek town. Martina Franca has an eighteenth century elegance, and Alberobello boasts World Heritage status as the capital of the trulli.

For cities Lecce is hard to beat. Dubbed the “Florence of the Baroque” this cultured city has a wealth of architecture on show, from a Roman theatre and amphitheatre to extravagantly decorated churches. The region’s capital, Bari, is also fascinating with a historical centre dominated by its evocative basilica devoted to the city’s patron saint St Nicholas (Santa Claus). The southern port of Taranto is full of south-Italian character.

Puglia produces a high proportion of Italy’s olive oil, wine and wheat for pasta, and coastal regions are devoted to market gardening. This rich agricultural production makes it a gastronomic delight. A glory of Puglia is the length of its coastline, with many fine beaches on both the Adriatic and Ionian coasts, and the clean seas contributing a vast variety of fish and shellfish to the menu.

Puglia gets close to 300 days sunshine a year with the warm weather starting in April and going right through until the end of October. The hottest months are July and August but with two seas around the area the air does not feel too oppressive during these months, especially as the property is located above the coastal plain. Spring and autumn is glorious- sunny and warm with wild flowers in abundance. Italians are unashamedly devoted to celebrating everything Italian - religion, food, wine... And they show it with festivals, filling the summer nights, celebrating everything from classical music to grapes. These family orientated events provide great free outdoor entertainment and gives you an insight into the wonderful hospitable Pugliese people. Puglia is something authentically Mediterranean and very Italian, come and find out for yourself and see why more people are recommending it.
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