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Puglia, Italy
Coreggia Things To Do

Cool in summer, warm in winter, and picturesque and charming all year round – the trulli of southern Italy offer an unforgettable holiday experience. A superb jumping-off point for taking in the sights of this glorious region, to be sure; but if all that seems too much of a fag why not simply find a shady spot under an olive tree? Take a good book, perhaps a bottle of chilled pinot grigio, and let the cares of the world pass you by.

Our Trulli complex at Coreggia provides a fantastic slice of Italian heritage and sits just outside the World Heritage Site of Alberobello.

Unique to the region of Puglia, trulli are the traditional round Apulian dwellings that were built by local farmers using a unique drywall (mortar-less) technique, and feature pyramidal, domed or conical roofs constructed in two layers; an inner layer of limestone boulders capped by a keystone, and an outer layer of limestone slabs (to ensure that the building is watertight).

The five trulli properties comprise one 3 bedroom, one 2 bedroom & three 1 bedroom trulli. There is also a new clubhouse with two 'trullo-style' two-bed units, and a seperate three-bed, three-bath villa. All properties share a communal swimming pool on site.

Original Trulli

Situated just outside the World Heritage Site of Alberobello, Coreggia is home to eight trulli properties; trulli are famous old dwellings in the region of Apulia in southern Italy. Five holiday properties are restored original buildings and these quaint little houses provide a wonderful and unique base from which to soak up the local culture and explore the area.


New Trulli

Built in the style of the original Alberobello trulli, there are three new-build properties located in Coreggia close to the original five, and these share the use of on-site communal facilities. These pretty little cottages are situated within easy reach of the coast and some beautiful Apulian towns.


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Coreggia is part of the Holiday Property Bond's growing portfolio of outstanding holiday properties throughout the UK and Europe, imaginatively created over 32 years to combine "home from home" comfort with total relaxation. Currently the portfolio features 35 holiday developments, all in stunningly beautiful locations across 13 countries, with over 1,400 individual villas, apartments and cottages.

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