Property and local area description
Villa Grilla, Martina Franca, Puglia
Villa Grilla is a quiet villa, typically built in local stone, situated near the historical city of Martina Franca and Valle dItria, in the middle of Puglia, Italy.
In the villa, that is to 3 minutes from the village of San Paolo, you can appreciate the typical antiques that characterize the house, such as the grand mother kitchen, and the big dining table in the living room where to spend wonderful dinner with your family and friends.
The fireplace in the living room will create a romantic atmosphere.
Villa Grilla comprises three bedrooms and a sofa bed in the living room, sleeping a max of 7 people.
You will find, for your entertainments, TV and DVD
Villa Grilla offers a large garden with a rich vegetation including fruit trees. The two covered patios ensure you fresh air during the day time, while the uncovered patio, with comfortable deckchairs, will guarantee your tanning!
Close to the patios, outside the building, you can also enjoy the pizzas oven and the BBQ.
In front of property you can buy typical dishes of Puglia cooked by your neighbor
Villa Grilla is surrounded by very nice woods with Masserie(Italian Farm Houses), where you can see horses, cows, sheep, and foxes.
Villa Grilla is within 30 minutes of both Adriatic and Jonian wonderful beaches with their white sand and crystal water, where you can swim and fishing.
Linen and towels are included. Laundry is changed once a week and the initial and final cleaning are included.
Martina Franca, attractions of the place
Martina Franca is a smart town settled 431 metres above sea level, lying over one of the last southern hills in the south-east of the Murgia area. It overlooks the charming "Valle dIItria", a beautiful region with trees and white houses called "trulli"
The main attraction of the town is definitely the old town centre, a typical example of baroque art, with its smart streets, its white lanes, its elegant mansions and its stately and monumental churches.
Besides a fascinating landscape, marked by the ancient "casedde", the famous "trulli" and the typical local farms called "masserie", Martina Franca is surrounded by a Karst territory, rich in suggestive caves.
From its strategic position, the Ionic town offers to its visitors a striking view over the towns nearby, over which there are the cities of Brindisi and Bari and their territories and, still over, the Adriatic sea. Martina Franca also offers to its visitors a chance to give a glance towards lovely woods, such as the enchanting "Parco delle Pianelle", and towards green landscapes in the south. These are mainly wide vines fields, and they represent little oasis of peace and tranquillity for holidaymakers and expecially for those who love farm holidays.
The town, in which nowadays live around 49.000 people, is also a very important site at national level for its clothes industry.
Other important sectors, leading the economy of the town, are agribusiness and breeding, thanks to the presence over the territory of a precious livestock, ackoledged all over Italy and abroad, whose main specimens are the famous donkey of Martina Franca and the Murgese horse.
So Martina Franca is a very popular touristic site, not only for its rich and precious architectural, historical and artistic heritage,but also for its cultural activities that reach their best expression in the famous and awaited "Valle dIItria Festival"
Several itineraries can be proposed to you from the owner. Contacting the owner you can also have a tour in the Taranto City, the Two Seas City and the centre of ancient art, riding the fabulous FIAT 500.