Casolare degli Ulivi is a spectacular villa located in Ostuni, Puglia. It's a luxury vacation rental that can accommodate up to 8 people.
Casolare degli Ulivi, a cottage (original stone "casolare") built in 1877 and fully renovated in 2017, sits in the serenity of 4 acres covered by more than 300 olive trees.
It offers an amazing outdoor space with a heated pool (open March to November), patio, and stone kitchen.
The Casolare is built according to the finest Pugliesi standards with characteristic features such as "star" and "barrel" ceilings, stone fireplace and locally handcrafted ceramic tile.
Ostuni historic center is only 5 km away from us.
Chic Ostuni shines like a pearly white tiara, extending across three hills with the magnificent gem of a cathedral as its sparkling centerpiece. It's the end of the trulli region and the beginning of the hot, dry Salento. With many excellent restaurants, stylish bars and swish yet intimate places to stay, it's packed in summer.
Between the Ionian and Adriatic coasts rises the great limestone plateau of the Murgia (473m). It has a strange karst geology: the landscape is riddled with holes and ravines through which small streams and rivers gurgle, creating what is, in effect, a giant sponge. At the heart of the Murgia lies the idyllic Valle d'Itria.
The Penisola Salentina, better known simply as Salento, is hot, dry and remote, retaining a flavour of its Greek past. It stretches across Italy's heel from Brindisi to Taranto and down to Santa Maria di Leuca. Here the lush greenery of Valle d'Itria gives way to flat, ochre-coloured fields hazy with wildflowers in spring, and endless olive groves.