About Bellissimo

Two double bedrooms, with adjoining en-suites, two bespoke trulli daybeds suitable for children, plus cots for infants, combined can sleep up to six. The oldest part of the traditional trullo buildings, with quirky conical roofs, is over 300 years old. The whole restoration, design and décor is inspired by the region’s strong influences from the Near East. An award winning and acclaimed example of a trulli in the Vale D’Itria, Puglia.

Why Ostuni?

One of the most stunning medieval hill towns in Puglia, close to the sea,  golden beaches, 2 airports and 5 ancient hill towns. From the ancient walls, you have a spectacular vista of ancient olive groves, typical trulli and the sea.Whether you are searching for an idyllic haven for two, a home for the perfect family getaway, or your interests are Italian food, history, or sight seeing, everything is within easy reach of Bellissimo.

Why Bellissimo?

Past client reviews are testimony to outstanding family holidays, or decadent romantic getaways. Highly recommended as the ideal holiday location from which to experience and explore the culture, food and history of Puglia. Voted as one of the top ten ‘Unusual Worldwide Holiday Homes’, featured on television, in leading travel blog sites and praised by design journals for artistic creativity.