Hotels in Puglia
Out of piles of yellow stone a Milanese architect and gallery owner has created seven suites, some with multiple bedrooms. The kitchens and artworks are contemporary, the gardens fragrant with lavender and rosemary, and the pool is a delight.
Though this blinding-white stone monolith looks as ancient as the fortified farmhouses that surround it, sprawling Borgo Egnazia is actually brand-new.
A 16th-century country estate with 13 guest rooms; all have vaulted ceilings and cast-iron bed frames.
The iconic architecture of Apulia—the “heel” of Italy’s boot—is the prehistoric trullo, a cylindrical whitewashed house with a cone-shaped roof of stacked gray stones.
A charming 18th-century villa amid olive and almond groves. The owners— husband and wife Ron and Lesley Simon—restored the property to its former splendor, with four antiques-filled rooms.
This early complex of buildings was once home to 20 families but has been redesigned by the fashionable owner Elisabetta Turgi Prosperi.
A temple to feng shui, renewable energy, and biodynamic agriculture.