Situated in the southern part of Italy, in the region of Puglia, is the quiet, traditional town of Cutrofiano. A Cutrofiano holiday is suitable for all types of traveller, from those looking for a trip filled with activity, to those who want to rest in beautiful surroundings. As well as being equipped with all of the amenities you need for a stress-free stay, a Cutrofiano holiday rental apartment will provide you with the most memorable sunsets to make your trip truly special.
There is no time to be bored on a Cutrofiano holiday as there are plenty of things to see and do, both in the town and the immediate area. Activities that are widely available for visitors to get their teeth stuck into include deep-sea fishing, swimming, water skiing, diving, snorkelling, small game hunting, cycling, walking, bird watching, horse riding, golf, tennis and roller-blading. Cutrofiano is also renowned for its ceramics and so it is worth spending a day in the town's Ceramic Museum. There is also the Palazzo Ducale which dates back to the 17th century and on the outskirts of the town is the Crypt of Saint John which has some beautiful frescoes.
If you feel the need to venture further afield than the town and its immediate area during your stay, then it is recommended that you spend the day in the town of Mesagne, just over 50 miles away. Mesagne was an important centre during ancient times as it was located on the Appian Way. Nowadays, visitors to the town can see the remains of features such as the 15th century town walls and the beautiful Baroque style 18th century Church of Santa Maria in Betlemme. An interesting archaeological museum with exhibits of Greek coins and Roman artefacts is also housed in the town's 12th century castle.
We all like to have wonderful weather on our holidays and so you will be pleased to hear that if you book a Cutrofiano holiday rental apartment you can expect to enjoy warm summers and mild winters. July and August are usually the warmest months of the year, which sees visitors basking in temperatures that reach a maximum of 29 degrees Celsius. The winter months of January and February see the daytime temperature drop to anywhere between 7 and 13 degrees Celsius. The annual rainfall amount for the town is 16 inches.
Beginning an active Cutrofiano holiday is very simple as travellers can fly directly into Brindisi International Airport (BDS), which is just over 50 miles away from the town. There are several major air operators that offer frequent, cheap flights to Brindisi including Flybe, Ryanair, Alitalia, Air France and Aer Lingus. Travellers can leave from various parts of the UK from the majority of airports such as Inverness (INV), Stansted (STN), Southampton(SOU), Liverpool (LPL) and Cardiff (CWL).