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

Salerno to corfu

A travel blog entry by laurapendal on Jul 03, 2015

• drove ~4hrs to Bari (where we the ferry departs from) • had lunch with the 3 girls, vanessa, lauren, alex, elise, jamie and erin • menu was in italian so just got pizza - only thing i could understand! • overnight ferry to corfu - saw the sunset on the deck, then went to bed around ...

Last day at Cisternino

A travel blog entry by robynbee on Jun 25, 2015

... s of Christianity , and very high up stained glass windows, the floors were smooth polished local granites of many colours . Same in the palace with flooring, once inside you could see out the window to a central courtyard with a single stone archway entering in. The rooms were all off to the right of a long hall way including the chapel, and all the bedrooms, we could only see one side of it as signs and ropes would stop us. We took ...

Fascinating Matera

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jun 16, 2015

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... are so very interesting. We visited a cave that had been decorated as it would have been in 1950. Had it not been for poor sanitary conditions, life would have been quite acceptable.
We left Matera around noon and headed towards Paestum. We stopped at a hilltop village where the local grocer made us a cheese and prosciutto sandwich. With a bag of chips, a beer and a soft drink it cost us 7 euro. The food is ...

Start of tour with Living Italy

A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jun 15, 2015

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We are staying in a cave which is part of the old city of Matera. There are three sections to the room with all mod cons but within the original walls where people have lived for centuries. Lovely stone bath with plenty of hot water. Much appreciated after the long journey. Fascinating.
I slept for two hours after a bath ...

Alberobello and around

A travel blog entry by lancastersgapyr on Jun 07, 2015

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... of caves.

It was a massive ravine were all there houses/caves were.

We walked down into the skinny little windy streets in between the houses.

Riley liked the houses a lot because they look ruined and I like the looks of them as well.

After that we walked around the hill and saw more houses but this time they were put inside of the mountain not like a little bit sticking out.
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