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Ostuni is a town located near the coast, in the province of Brindisi, Puglia region, Italy. Certainly, one of the most beautiful areas of Italy, it is a region rich in culture and abundant gastronomy, beautiful natural areas, fabulous climate, architecture, history, crystal clear beaches such as Torre Pozzelle, Torre Guaceto. You can visit the Cathedral of Ostuni, the Obelisk of Sant'Oronzo, Piazza della Libertà, and visit the historic centre of Ostuni. We have holiday homes to have those days of rest and fun that you are looking for the enjoyment of all.Charming holiday homes with swimming pool and garden
Homes which have everything the traveller needs, they offer beautiful views, internet service, so you can check social networks, mail, children can play and have fun, exercise in their beautiful gardens, have moments of relationship in their beautiful pools, in some of these accommodations allow you to share with your dog, you can organise a barbecue, all arranged for the enjoyment of the family.
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The area and getting around
Brindisi, the gateway to Salento, belongs to Puglia, or as everybody knows it, the boot heel of Italy. You can take a walk and contemplate the cathedral consecrated to S. Giovanni Battista, the baroque palace of the bishop and the seminary, with a balcony where eight figures represent the sciences Mathematics, Ethics, Theology, Philosophy, Law, Poetics, Harmony and Oratory, nowadays seat of the Diocesan Museum G. Tarantini, also visit the Archaeological museum, the Loggia Balsamo, the Monument to the Fallen, the Fountain of the Empire, a lot of history and places to visit.Picturesque village Locorotondo
On the outskirts of Ostuni is the picturesque village of Locorotondo, with its characteristic circular historical centre, known for its white painted houses, its magnificent wines, its exquisite gastronomy, famous for its buildings called "trullo", picturesque round houses with conical roofs. Alberobello or Martina Franca are other charming places nearby that you can visit.
Travellers and activities
Come and visit Torre Pozzelle beach, ideal to enjoy, admire its charms, the crystal clear seawater, spectacular with its particular rocky inlets, there are restaurants with exquisite menus. It has a set of sandy coves where you can sunbathe, the rest is dominated by rocks formed by fossils of sea fans and sea urchins, enjoying total relaxation. Space water and refreshment nearby.Ostuni for culture lovers
Visit the Diocesan Museum of Ostuni, located in the Episcopal Palace, next to the Cathedral, divided into several sections, it has numerous works of art and archaeological collections, of historical and artistic heritage, belonging to monasteries and churches around Ostuni and monasteries of Benedictine and Carmelite nuns.
Did you know that Ostuni, famous for having one of the liveliest centres in the region, is known as the White City, due to the white colour found in all its historical buildings and constructions, in contrast with the enchanting green of the fields and the beautiful blue of the sea?
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Picturesque church in the main square, beautiful façade facing Piazza della Libertà and next to the town hall, pleasant to sit in the evening. It is situated next to the town hall or municipality, it is in a privileged location as it is on the main square of the old town. The façade is rather plain, but the interior is pleasant.2. Museum di "civiltà" preclassiche and Chiesa di San Vito Martire
The seat is located inside the church of San Vito, it has an archaeological exhibition with medieval and archaeological finds found in the Natural Archaeological Park Santa Maria di Agnano, such as the "donna di Ostuni" the human skeleton of a woman dating back to 28,000 years ago, discovery made in 1991. But the most curious thing is that she was not just any woman, but the young woman of about 20 years old was pregnant.3. Visit the Scoppa Arch
A beautiful arch, located in front of the main façade of the cathedral, forming a small square with it, the arch connects the Episcopal Palace with the Palazzo del Seminario dating back to 1750 when it was rebuilt in stone, it is a beautiful baroque work that at night offers a special charm, ideal for a photograph in the historic centre of Ostuni.4. Come to the Coastal Dunes Park
It is a park with about 1100 hectares and various habitats, it is a beautiful coastal area, nice beaches, trees, olive trees, with a wonderful nature, it has trails where it is common to see ancient olive trees, you will have the opportunity to see animals enjoying the vegetation, ideal place to enjoy a relaxing space, make electric bike tours with a guide.5. The beautiful Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta
Built in stone between 1437 and 1495 in the highest part of the town and with a façade in Romanesque-Gothic style, the decoration, which holds the title of the second largest in Europe, is striking. On its perimeter you can see the figures of the twelve apostles and in the centre, Christ the Saviour. Inside, you can see a ceiling painted with beautiful frescoes and decorated chapels.
FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Ostuni
On average, how much do holiday rentals in Ostuni cost?
Based on our data, Ostuni has an average price of €108.26 per night, which is a relatively high one under the cities in Italy.
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday home prices in Ostuni?
If you would like to save as much as possible during your visit to Ostuni, you should travel in January (€79.1 per night on average), February (€79.89), or March (€83.17) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When does the price of holiday homes in Ostuni go up the most?
When it comes to looking for a holiday home in Ostuni, the most expensive months are, in descending order, August, July and September with average prices per night of €156.48, €131.98, and €122.78, respectively.
Are there usually many holiday homes available in Ostuni?
If you decide to discover Ostuni, we suggest organising your visit in advance because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 48% in the year 2020.
When are more holiday homes available?
The months that have the highest availability, on average, are April (with an availability of 69.75%) May (63.8%), and March (58.25%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
Which months is it more difficult to find available rentals?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is August (only 11.6% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by July (46.25%), and January (52%).
Are there many holiday rentals in Ostuni?
In Ostuni we work with 15 different partners to give you a choice of 320 properties, so you will not be short of options!