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A holiday rental home in Conversano, Italy is a lovely choice for your next holiday

Mild weather, fabulous food and lots to see and do are just some of the reasons to choose Conversano for your next holiday. A holiday rental home in Conversano will quickly feel like your home away from home.

Things to Do on Holiday to Conversano, Italy

With several lovely beaches just a few kilometres away, you will find all manner of water related activities are within your reach whilst on holiday to Conversano. Swimming, boating and fishing are a few of the options. Some spots in the area are quite popular with SCUBA divers. Even if you have never tried diving before, you can take lessons from a qualified instructor. Yes, your holiday to Conversano is a perfect time to try a new activity. Hiking and cycling are also popular choices. A number of markets are held in the area each week. These outdoor markets provide the opportunity to buy all manner of goods. You will find everything from fresh produce to locally crafted items. Of course, you should do some heavy sampling of the local cuisine. Most visitors to the area list the food as one of the best parts of their stay.

Places to Visit on Holiday to Conversano, Italy

Many interesting attractions dot the landscape in and near Conversano. Dozens of ancient churches, ruins and several castles dot the landscape. There is a medieval castle that was rebuilt in the 11th century. Another castle, the Castle of Marchione, wasn’t built until the 18th century, but it is lovely enough to warrant a visit. The church of St. Frances was built in the late 13th century and the Church of Covina e Damiano is a wonderful example of the Baroque style of architecture.

Weather in Conversano, Italy

Relatively mild winters and warm summers are what you will find should you choose Conversano for your next holiday. During the winter, the average low temperatures are between 2° and 3° C and the average highs are between 9° and 11° C. During the spring, the average low temperatures are between 9° and 13° C and the highs are between 17° and 22° C. During the summer, the average lows are 13° to 16° C and average highs are 26° to 29° C. There is some rain each month with the least occurring in July and the most during the winter months. There is between 28 and 69 mm of rain per month.

Travel to Conversano, Italy

The closest airport to Conversano is Bari Airport (BRI), which is 35 km away. Another option is Brindisi Airport (BDS), which is 78 km from Conversano. It is recommended that you have a car for use during your stay.

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Wonderful Apartment in Monopoli

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This apartment was a truly wonderful experience to stay in. The location is second to none, a short stroll to the harbour, Piazza Garibaldi and Via Garibaldi all of which probably give the very best that Monopoli has to offer! Two good sized double bedrooms, both with double beds and plenty of wardrobe space. One bedroom has a decent ensuite bathroom. The actual bath is very small, purpose built to be sat in, but this leaves plenty of room to move about in when showering. The other bathroom has a large shower with a 'rain forest' showerhead. Both bathrooms have bidets, toilets, sinks and good mirrors with additional lighting. Decent washing machine also in larger bathroom. The kitchen a big fridge and smaller freezer, more than enough for our week long stay. An abundance of pots, pans, cutlery, crockery and glasses as well. There are also a coffee making machine, toaster, kettle and microwave along with a standard 4 ring cooker and oven. The dining room has a big dining table with six chairs, two side boards along with a couch and TV. The old school style really blends with the property and the ceiling in the second bedroom is fantastically decorated. The outside terrace is fantastic, we ate all of ours meals, (breakfasts only as we ate out every evening in one of the many very local restaurants), out there, with views of the Adriatic, the harbour and a slice of Piazza Garibaldi to boot. The sun does disappear in the late afternoon but the mornings out there are glorious. It should be noted that the apartment is at the top of 65 steps, however my 74 year old mother coped with a little assistance and some minor puffing and panting. Monopoli in itself is fairly small, I would imagine the entire town could be explored in a lazy afternoon, however, the town is packed with bars, restaurants, pizzerias, ice cream shops etc. There is even a minimarket and delicatessen within a 5 minute stroll. We had a fantastic time in Monopoli and this apartment was an excellent base for our stay.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 13, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2017

A lovely, relaxing break

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My husband and I enjoyed a wonderful week at the gorgeous Piccolo trullo, celebrating our one-year wedding anniversary. The trullo was lovely - it's been renovated to a very high standard, and with genuine care and attention. It's the perfect size for a couple and actually, the kitchen and bathroom are very generous (especially the latter!). The pool area is lovely, once you get over the shock of the cold water, it's incredibly refreshing - a perfect sized pool for floating around on your lilo in the sun :) The location is very remote, I don't think either of us were quite expecting it to be as remote as it was but that said, it gave us the peace, quiet and privacy we were after, and the views are absolutely stunning. Rolling, lush green hills and sunrise one way, and sunsets in the evening the other. A car is an absolute must have - the road to the trullo is extremely bumpy, stony and full of potholes so take it slow, but it's worth the slow drive! Despite being remote, there were towns about a 20mins drive in either direction to pop into in the evening, and a well stocked supermarket nearby so you can make full use of the BBQ at the trullo. If you're looking for a peaceful, sunshine-drenched holiday, then this really is the place for you. Thank you to Tony (the owner) and Perfect Puglia (management company) for a truly wonderful stay. We'll be back!
  • Review Submitted: Sep 01, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017