From $83 / night

Trani, Apulia, Italy
3 bedrooms
5 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 5
Type: Apartment
Per night: €120 - €160
Per week: €550 - €900
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: No
Description of the Trani vacation apartment rental
The apartment is located to 500 meters from the Adriatic Sea Beaches where to be able to make the bath with the children or beautiful romantic walk. Barletta (13 Km), Andria (10 km), Bisceglie (8 km), Corato (10 km ), Ruvo (20 km), Bitonto (35 km), Terlizzi (30 Km), Molfetta (25 km) Castel del Monte (30km). Castel del Monte (35 km),Bari (40 km) Alberobello, Ostuni Castellana Bari (40km)

The apartment has two large bedrooms (one King-size and one double bed), a large living room/dining room with a sofabed, Air Conditioning, TV digital satellite with 500 channels in every language, stereo, VCR, DVD, a fully-equipped modern Kitchenette, a washing machine, one modern bathroom with a shower, Balcony, and garden with Gazebo and garden furniture. Garage. Access for handicapped. This apartment will comfortably sleep four to five persons. Pet Friendly

Antonio Piccialli

Area Information
TRANI: Trani enjoys an ideal geographic position, being at the centre of the north Bari inland and the Apulian coast. It has the unique quality of being a famous tourist centre renowned both for its rich art heritage and for its sea (lovely and clean). Trani's Cathedral is perhaps the most beautiful and famous building in Apulian Romanesque style. The splendid scenario of its setting has certainly contributed to this reputation: a marvelous large square directly overlooking the sea. The façade is orientated towards the lovely Swabian castle The Castle of Trani , while the apses tower over the charming little fishing port.

Trani is encircled beautifulst archaeological situated cities and of remarkable historical and cultural importance: Bari (40 kilometers) with its Basilica of San Nicola, the archaeological zone of Canne della Battaglia (20 kilometers) where 2 August of the 16 A.C. of Hannibal Carthaginians destroyed the Roman army. Barletta (13 kilometers) with 12 kilometers of coast, its monuments like the Svevo castle, the Colossus "Eraclio" and the Wine cellar of the Disfida di Barletta (1503). One of the most renowned castles is Casteldelmonte, resting on a peak rising over background of the Murgia, eected by Frederick II (30 kilometers). Without to neglect the beautifulst, The grottoes of Castellana (80 kilometers) and characteristic "the trulli Trulli" of Alberobello (90 kilometers) and the gleaming white city of Ostuni. (90 kilometers). All these localities are caught up in car or train.

A lot very you use, document to you and illustrate to you from specialized tourist guides that they will accompany to you in detail on the place explaining what you will see. Regional gastronomy is fundamentally linked to two factors: its geographical shape and its historical affairs. In the case of Puglia, the flatness of the region and its extensive coastline has led the inhabitants to animal breeding, fishing, wheat, grape, and vegetable cultivation, as well as to plant fruit and olive trees.

Obviously the gastronomic culture that has emerged is based on these products. In the context of Italian customs, such a use of flour could only lead to the production of fresh pasta (the famous Apulian orecchiette but also strascenate, chiancarelle, troccoli, and so on). Obviously for their preparation, a whole range of sauces based on local products have also emerged, both from land and sea produce. The abundance of the latter especially, has favoured the creation of dishes based on blue fish, crustaceans and mollusks, some traditionally eaten raw. Animal breeding, mainly of sheep, has led to the traditional simple cuisine (skewered meat) or more elaborate, like the gnemerìidde based on lamb's innards. Animal rearing also led to dairy farming and the production of milk products and cheese from the cow (mozzarella and fiordilatte) and sheep (ricotta, "strong ricotta," cacioricotta).

Last, but not least, an important element of Apulian food is the sweets, above all connected with religious occasions, (pèttue or zèppole, taralli, cartellate). The typical cookery of Trani and district is inserted in this regional context: "country" cookery where vegetables and countryside herbs have pride of place, the fragrance of the cold pressed olive oil, the intense aroma of Mediterranean spices, the tastiness of the Adriatic fish and the meats from the pastures of the Murges. It is a sober, wholesome and simple world, but good and appetizing, which is well worth exploring. All these God-given gifts are washed down with full-bodied wines, including the outstanding Castel del Monte Doc (white, rosé, and red), the formidable Castel del Monte Reserve, the Trani Doc Muscat (in the natural sweet and raisin wine versions), and the excellent sparkling wines made from the aromatic white wines produced in the area. To complete the extraordinary range of good food and drink is the traditional hospitality of the people of this magnificent land.

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Feb 04 2017 Apr 09 2017 €120 €120 €550 - -
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