Price per week Please call for prices
Sleeps 4 + 2
Living Space

This villa is situated just across the road from Casa Monopoli, so can be rented together for larger groups

2 bedrooms:

Two master bedrooms with en suite bathrooms (both have a shower and one also has an outdoor bath and shower)

Kitchen and living area

Mezzanine with queen size sofa bed (more suitable for older children as accessed by a spiral staircase)

Amenities

Infinity pool (55m2)
Air conditioning throughout
Private garden terraces
Children’s activity area – trampoline, swings and play mound
Private entrance and parking lot
4 outdoor pergolas
Rooftop dining
Full outdoor kitchen
Full indoor kitchen

Domestic Services

Included in price when rented alone:
Breakfast buffet will be laid out everyday at 8.30 am at the pool pergola kitchen or inside
(depending on weather)
Cleaning included 2 x weekly
Linen changes 2 x weekly

Included when rented together with Casa Monopoli:
Breakfast buffet will be laid out everyday at 8:30am at the pool pergola kitchen or
inside (depending on weather)
Lunch and dinner served together with guests at Casa Monopoli (ingredients + 10% service charge on top) – Wednesday is the Chef’s day off
Linen changes twice weekly
Daily cleaning and nightly turndown service
Pool heating included in July and August
24 hour concierge service

Location

Casa Piccolo is situated in the heart of Puglia in the region of Apulia right down in the heel of Italy
The nearest beach is 15 minutes drive to the Adriatic coast on the eastern side
Monopoli and Polignano a Mare are 7 km away
Alberobello is 25 km drive
Ostuni is just over 40 km
Lecce is just over an hour away

Transport

Fly from the UK to Bari or Brindisi airport which are equal distance from the house.

It is a 50 minute drive from the airports to the house.

A hire car is recommended.

Local Information

The house is within striking distance of so many different places, the nearby SS16 road means that you will be able to reach any number of wonderful places quickly and easily.

Monopoli has a very pretty fortified harbour (used to keep out the pirates in centuries gone by) as well as many pizzerias and trattorias. The locals love the city so you will always find Italians having fun here. It is a working town and those hard workers really know how to play. The weekly food market is a must.

Nearby Polignano a Mare is a cobbled town with many different windy streets and beautiful views of the Adriatic, there is a small town beach and lots of restaurants and shops.

This part of Puglia is well know for its Trulli villages – the most famous of all is the extraordinary Alberobello which is just over half an hour from the house. The dry limestone structures with their conical roofs are world-famous – and Alberobello has more than 1,500 of them! The houses are now used as cafes, bars and shops. It is well worth a visit (although go early as it is very popular with tourists in July and August).

The area also has many wineries and vineyards, it is possible to arrange a trip to any one of them while you are staying at the house.

Ostuni is known as the ‘white city’ – where all the buildings are (you guessed it!) white. It is highly recommended that you visit this extraordinary example of beautiful Baroque architecture.

There are some wonderful spas locally – the concierge can arrange a day at one of them as well as trips to any of the local beaches (and there are many!) – this part of the coast has some wonderfully wild beaches. Others are more catered and there are fabulous bars and restaurants to enjoy too.

Our View

This beautiful two bedroom stone house is located just across the road from Casa Monopoli, making it perfect for a family within a large party who want to be part of the action, but have their own space to escape to.

The villa has been converted from two traditional trullo cones into a  spacious living space and two beautiful master bedrooms. The cones sit amidst a luscious Mediterranean garden overlooking a sea of vineyards.

There is even a spectacular rooftop terrace for you to enjoy a glass of wine whilst watching the sun set into the Adriatic sea.

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