Masseria Montalbano

Address: Contrada Montalbano Vecchio, Ostuni, Puglia, 72017, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Contrada Montalbano Vecchio, Ostuni, is near Castello Normanno-Svevo and Abbazia Madonna della Scala.
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Travel Blogs from Ostuni

Nicotera to Matera

A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn on May 16, 2015

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... system of irrigation and canals to provide water and direct sewage. The town prospered and became the regional capital in the 1300’s. Massive increases in population however soon lead to poor living standards. The grottos still housed people and their livestock up until the 1950’s when the government were shamed into rehousing the inhabitants after publicity about the appalling living conditions. ...

Bari

A travel blog entry by kateandmike14 on May 04, 2015

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... cars. There were thousands of people lining the streets to watch the cars do laps around the city. We visited The Norman castle which dates back to the early 900s. It was amazing to see a structure almost completely in tact. Then we saw the St. Nicoli church which was one of the coolest so far. It was a medieval structure with a ceiling decorated with gold. As we were walking back, I heard a group of people chanting. Could it be a protest??? ...

BEAUTIFUL BARI

A travel blog entry by mek1 on May 04, 2015

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... trees and cherry trees. Wildflowers are in profusion. There are 55 million olive trees in Puglia. Puglia has a very rocky soil. This area was under water million of years ago so the topmost layer of soil is soft but as it gets deeper it gets harder. The rocks that were pulled from the fields have been used to build walls around the plots of lands. They were also used ...

It's all downhill from here...

A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 04, 2015

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... Truly gorgeous. We made several detours off of our guided tour, including a visit to the cathedral in Alberobello and the old city center in Martina Franca, where we stopped off for lunch and a bit of a wander after about 30 km on the bike. We had been recommended to try a special local pastry called "bocconotti martinesi" -- after some walking and asking, we made our way to Cafe Tripoli, famous for their variety of these small hand pies, which are stuffed ...

Day Two: 70 km = sore butts

A travel blog entry by kstephens on May 03, 2015

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... through the town. Known as the "White City" for these whitewashed, unique buildings, it was as surprising as Matera's architecture. The wine and food festival going on on the Main Street lured us down for some pre-dinner wine sampling and cards while we listened to too many repetitions of one piece of polka music while some natives danced for the crowd. Later, we wandered through the narrow alleys and walkways among the trulli, finally ...