The most romantic holiday of the year is coming. Choose a fairy-tale location to celebrate the Saint Valentine's Day 2018: Alberobello is perfect.
No one could show you better around Alberobello, then its citizens, especially if they speak your language. Harumi is from Japan and lives here for many years now. She adores winter season in Alberobello.
The construction typology of Trullo, typical of the Alberobello area, is classified as spontaneous architecture and makes part of a wider category of dry-stone buildings, meaning building without any mortar.
Weekly market. Every Thursday stands in the main streets of the city, the traditional colorful weekly market. The vivid aggregation of booths is a joy for the senses: extremely fresh fruits and vegetables, fish and meat can be bought for really favorable prices, but only for half a day.
Christmas and New Year Holidays in Alberobello
Alberobello Light Festival, the kermesse dedicated to the light and set in the magical trulli town, is back from the 30th September to 8th October, 2017...
The most beloved and awaited diving competition of Red Bull Cliff Diving comes back this July.
One of the oldest e most felt tradition of Alberobello. The patron saint's festival of the Medic Saints Cosmas & Damian. Every year from September 25th through the 28th, occurs the great festival that crowds the streets of Alberobello. Find out all the rituals and the events...
The Abbey of St. Mary of Barsento is a perfect destination for a day trip. Leaving from Alberobello, the bucolic church lays only 6 km far away, located on the fascinating cycling route (IT1A), that links Alberobello with Noci and Putignano. A magical place with an ancestral atmosphere not to be missed...
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Castellana caves are among the longest in Italy and just 17 km Away from Alberobello
If you've decided to spend your holidays in Apulia, there is one thing that you could do here and only here: sleep in a trullo. With over 1500 perfectly preserved cones, Alberobello is universally known as the trulli's capital. To sleep in a trullo is certainly something to put on one's bucket list, and there is no a better place to do it than Alberobello.
A Community importance site aknowledges the EU directive so called "Habitat". It indicates an environmental area that contributes to the conservation or the refurbishment of a specific habitat, or also the refurbishment of some kind of flora or fauna, and in general, the biodiversity of a specific region. The territory of Alberobello, includes part of two Community importance sites, the CIS "Murgia dei Trulli" and the site "Murgia di Sud-Est", respectively northward and southward from the town centre.
Despite of what someone could think, the trulli are private properties available on real estate market.