Locorotondo

The historic center of Locorotondo is one of the most beautiful balconies of the Murgia dei Trulli, it develops at the top of a hill and takes a circular shape from which its name derives from the Latin “Locus Rotundus”.

Characterized by the so-called “cummerse” (characteristic pointed roofs), the white chianche, the flowered balconies .. This historic center deserves a careful visit!

You can admireā€¦
Wonderful churches such as The Church of San Giorgio Martire, The Church of San Nicola, The Church of the Madonna della Greca.
The goose-breasted railings of the magnificent Palazzo Morelli balcony.
The enchanting view of Via Nardelli and the “scarp”.
The magic of the view of Largo Bellavista.

At Locorotondo you can also taste…
There are a lot of places where they will have the pleasure of taking care of you with typical products and flavors of Puglia, orecchiette of durum wheat, meatballs, tomatoes, mozzarella, parmigiana, extra virgin olive oil, wine…

You coud visit also:
A short distance from Locorotondo you can visit many places. These include Alberobello, Martina Franca, Cisternino, Ostuni, Egnazia, Monopoli, Polignano a Mare, Conversano, Bari, Taranto, Lecce, Matera.

We recommend a careful visit to the “Perle di memoria” Interactive Museum.

Valle d’Itria

Valle d’Itria is located in the heart of Puglia and coincides with the southern part of the Murge plateau. Also known as “Valle dei Trulli”, it extends between the provinces of Bari, Taranto and Brindisi and includes the municipalities of Locorotondo, Martina Franca and Cisternino, Alberobello, Ostuni and Ceglie Messapica.

The main characteristics of the valley are the trulli, which are typical cone-shaped stone dwellings, and then, the farms and the rural landscape characterized by the high use of local stone, used to build dry stone walls.

A fabulous landscape, a unique panorama, orchards, olive groves and vineyards are the predominant crops: here are produced excellent wines such as the “Bianco Locorotondo” and extra virgin olive oil. The Valle d’Itria is a succession of wonderful color effects, a riot of colors ranging from the green of small oak forests to centuries-old olive trees and vineyards, to the white of the trulli and farms.

The Valle d’Itria is crossed by the cycle track of the Acquedotto Pugliese, a cycle path built along the main direction of the Acquedotto, a great work created in the early 1900s. The first stretch of 11 kilometers of the cycle path can be used from 2014 and is included between Cisternino and Ceglie Messapica.

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