Top 10 Budget-friendly Things to do in Costa dei Trulli, Puglia

July 30, 2021 Vivienne Hutton

Discover the best top things to do in Costa dei Trulli, Italy including Masseria Brancati, L'Acropoli di Puglia, I Pastini, Scavi di Egnazia, Grotte di Castellana, I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site, Duomo di Ostuni, Cattedrale di Conversano, Castello Aragonese, Valle d’itria e Dintorni.

1. Masseria Brancati

Contrada Brancati Si consiglia la prenotazione, 72017, Ostuni Italy +39 330 822 910 [email protected] http://www.masseriabrancati.com
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5.0 based on 655 reviews

Masseria Brancati

Mandatory booking by phone or email at least 1 day before. Check in time is 9.30 / 11.30 and 15.00 / 17.30. You will visit the monumental olive grove, the hypogeum crusher, some historic rooms and end with a tasting of extra virgin olive oil. The duration is about 60/70 minutes and the cost is 12.00 Euros, pp., 6.oo Euros for the children and is free under 6 years.We only speak Italian and English language

Reviewed By Gillmac73 - Virginia Water, United Kingdom

Excellent tour but must email in advance to check your times. Only 12€ for the tour with 4 different olive oils to taste. Very informative tour and we learnt a lot about olive trees dating back to the Roman times and olive oil making. There is a cave where the original olive presses live. This is a family run olive farm and they have A lot of passion about their olives and trees. Fantastic must see place.

2. L'Acropoli di Puglia

Via Trento 180, 74015 Martina Franca Italy +39 080 430 3302 [email protected] http://www.lacropolidipuglia.it/
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L'Acropoli di Puglia

The Historical Comapny L'Acropoli di Puglia, owned and operated by the Lucarella Family since 1889, produces extra virgin olive oil using the traditional and time honoured methods followed by generations of the family's olive oil artisans.L'antico Frantoio oleario L'Acropoli di Puglia, condotto dalla famiglia Lucarella dal 1889, produce olio extravergine di oliva di elevata qualita con sistema tradizionale tramandato da padre in figlio da 4 generazioni.

Reviewed By 851stewartm

Great tour, learnt a lot about olive oil (including how to tell the good stuff from the bad, health benefits + how to farm the olive trees), plus the tastings were super interesting and delicious. They also had a good COVID protection system in place so felt safe throughout the tour. On top of this the host gave us some great tips for restaurants around the local area. Great tour all up - thanks!

3. I Pastini

Strada Cupa Rampone Zone A, 74015 Martina Franca Italy +39 080 431 3309 [email protected] http://www.ipastini.it/
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I Pastini

Reservation required...Discover the emotion of the long vinegrowing tradition of our territory, the spirit of rebirth by looking for our traces and origins. In the earth of the Valle d’Itria, 2 Km away from Locorotondo and Martina Franca, guided tour of the original house “Masseria”, built in 1700, the Winery “I Pàstini” and the most suggestive vineyards, such as the highquality autochthonous varieties Verdeca, Bianco d’Alessano , Minutolo, Primitivo and Susumaniello soul of our wines that will be explained and tasted.

Reviewed By Compass45285460790 - Sydney, Australia

Did a wine tour of this winery and it was the best wine experience ever had. Tour through the vineyards plus old Trulli buildings on the property was amazing.Guide was informative and explained history of the property and winery.Tastings themselves were excellent quality wine accompanied with some light snacks.Purchased some cartons of wine and were received in perfect condition very quickly.Can highly recommend a visit to the winery and this area in general.

4. Scavi di Egnazia

Strada Provinciale Savelletri Capitolo, 72015, Fasano Italy +39 080 482 9056 [email protected] http://www.egnazia.eu
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4.5 based on 283 reviews

Scavi di Egnazia

Reviewed By agijab2016 - Riga, Latvia

We visited the museum, tomb and ruins on family vacation - very impressive, specially Pomegranat tomb with stoune doors. All complex is very well maintained, staff is very friendly, many thanks to Valentina for aĺl the information and quidance!

5. Grotte di Castellana

Piazzale Anelli, 70013 Castellana Grotte Italy +39 080 499 8221 [email protected] http://www.grottedicastellana.it
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4.5 based on 4,645 reviews

Grotte di Castellana

Reviewed By W5713EWvalerieb

We booked the long tour in English and it was perfect. A must see in Puglia and if your legs are able to carry you this far the long tour is definitely worth the 3€ plus compared to the short tour. Our guide was Claudio and he was the best, guiding us with funny stories, a lovely smile and perfect English.

6. I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site

Alberobello Italy +39 080 432 1200 http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/787
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I Trulli di Alberobello - World Heritage Site

A collection of 1,400 beehive buildings built and lived in by peasants.

Reviewed By ZahidMalti - London, United Kingdom

Alberobello is a lovely town in Puglia which, while being a World Heritage site preserving Trulli architecture in a theme park like environment, also conveys a sense of vibrant Southern Italian life. Worth adding to your exploration of Puglia even if just for a day visit.

7. Duomo di Ostuni

Largo Trinchera Francesco, 72017, Ostuni Italy +39 0831 303023 http://www.brindisiweb.it/arcidiocesi/chiese/ostuni/cattedrale.htm
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4.5 based on 1,084 reviews

Duomo di Ostuni

Reviewed By Ilume - Toronto, Canada

Puglia is full of beautiful architecture. Adds to the charm of a walk through the center of Ostuni. Fall has been the perfect weather and few tourists.

8. Cattedrale di Conversano

Largo Cattedrale, Conversano Italy http://www.facebook.com/visitconversano/
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4.5 based on 235 reviews

Cattedrale di Conversano

9. Castello Aragonese

Piazza Castello, Conversano Italy
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4.5 based on 202 reviews

Castello Aragonese

10. Valle d’itria e Dintorni

Cisternino Italy
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4.5 based on 346 reviews

Valle d’itria e Dintorni

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