Cisternino Rental Photos and Description
2 bedrooms Trullo; 1 or 2 bedrooms Lamie. The complex dates back to the end of the 19th century and is made up of a mix of trulli and lamie, built in local stone. They are set in a large garden with ancient olive trees. Just a few kms from the sea and close to historical towns of Ostuni and Alberobello.
The Riposo del Vento B&B lays in the heart of Valle d’Itria, in the countryside of Cisternino: only a few kilometres from the sea and in a central position from the historical small towns of Ostuni, the ‘white town’, MartinaFranca, the ‘lady’, Alberobello, city of the trulli, declared world heritage by UNESCO, Locorotondo e Ceglie Messapica. Cities like Lecce, Bari, Brindisi and Taranto, are around an hour by car away. A 20 minute drive to San Domenico golf course.The complex is composed of a group of trulli of five cones, some lamia with a barrel vault and a wood-burning oven to cook outside. At the Riposo del Vento, we aren’t offering just a place to sleep, but also a fill of emotions. You won’t just sleep in rooms furnished with natural materials, but you’ll also be able to enjoy the quiet of the garden, start the day with a genuine breakfast, sample a varied aperitif of local products while watching the sunset, when the light breeze recalls that even the wind decided to stop here…
Details for The Trullo (2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6/7) 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
- pets considered
Further details for this vacation rental
In the bedrooms there is air-conditioning and heating.
The Trulli are one of the most extraordinary examples of italian architecture, renowned all over the world for their beauty and simplicity. They have been built since prehistory, when they still were simple huts made of round stone, then they evolved, absorbing characteristics of other cultures. The original shape developped with hearth and windows, then the plan changed from the round shape to the square one and various blocks started to join together, forming complete appartments. Some changes were made in order to adapt them to domestic usage; niches and shelves gained from the thickness of the walls, the external and internal walls and the top part of the conical roof were plastered. The trulli of Alberobello have been declared world heritage by UNESCO.
We ask 50% of total for deposit with bank transfer.