Il Valentino Hotel

Strada Statale Jonica, 106, Castellaneta, Puglia, 74011, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Castellaneta

Comincia il viaggio su strada

A travel blog entry by geoffinitalia


... is even an indoor thermal pool inside a cave. Will try that later ... regulations state you need a bathing cap. There will be NO photos. We had a great dinner in one of the cave restaurants. The best dish was a local speciality - lamb and vegetables in a terracotta pot. My kinda meal with big chunks of potato. Today walking around the old town and getting ready for the drive to Lecce. Forgot to mention that on day one of driving just one tiny scratch on the passenger side ...

In the Land of the Trulli

A travel blog entry by sntj


... guard over the town. They were filming a TV programme [modern fiction] around the Douma piazza when we visited.

  • Mesagne is positioned on the last significant hill before the land rolls out onto the Salento plains area that we had tripped around during our previous stop. The town was originally positioned to maintain control of the ancient road between Brindisi and Oria. Archaeologists have established that it was occupied by the ...

  • Lecce

    A travel blog entry by calmtours

    ... and others baroque. We are getting to know our roman columns, Corinthian, Doric, Ionian etc. Bought some more pastries for lunch and set off for Ostuni. Ostuni is another hill top city with white buildings. We had our late lunch in the car park inside the car to avoid the circling wasps, then set off up hill to the old part of town. Another walk around looking down side alleys and taking lots of photos. Had another cafe stop before heading home to ...

    Martina Franca market

    A travel blog entry by calmtours

    Off to buy our food at the local market, then home for a big wash day. Martina Franca is a beautiful market town, lovely baroque and roman style buildings. Lots of local food in the markets, cheeses, fruit, verges and meat. Also lots of horrible cheap clothes and junk you would find in a jumble sale. We stuck to the food ...

    Matera to see the cave dwellings

    A travel blog entry by calmtours

    Another long drive to Matera to see the city carved into the hillside. The houses are half building half cave. People lived there up until the 1950s, but they are now starting to move back and upgrade the dwellings. People and animals coexisted here in similar circumstance to a lot of rural dwellings of the time. The caves had the added benefit of being cool year around. Good for the ...


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