Outside Simple, comfortable small apartment house "this property". In the centre of Campomarino, in a busy, sunny position, 250 m from the sea, 250 m from the beach. Private: terrace (15 m2). Room cleaning on request (extra). Parking space n 1 at the house. Shop, grocery, supermarket, restaurant 200 m, sandy beach 250 m. Nearby attractions: Porto Cesareo 25 km.
Inside 2-room apartment 35 m2 on 1st floor. Partly renovated in 2017, practical and comfortable furnishings: living/dining room with 1 sofabed, 1 pull-out bed, dining table and TV. Exit to the terrace. 1 double bedroom. Kitchenette (4 hot plates, oven). Shower/bidet/WC. Air-conditioning. Terrace 15 m2. Terrace furniture. View of the resort. Facilities: washing machine. Reserved parking space n 1 (fenced). Suitable for families. Please note: open shower.
Please note, short stays (stays less than 7 nights) may incur an additional supplementary fee, please contact Travelopo for short stay pricing.
Breakage deposit in cash
Laundry (initial supply of bed linen and towels)
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Forming the ‘heel’ of Italy, Apulia is the place Italians come to holiday. Basking in the warmth of the southern sun, they head to the region for its beautiful beaches and to indulge in the country’s most celebrated food. With the secluded white sand beaches of Penisola Salentina on the one hand and the dramatic limestone precipices of Promontorio del Gargano on the other, the coastline is one of distinct contrasts and quite unlike any other in Italy.
Festivals take place throughout the year, usually involving local delicacies in the summer months, and are well worth seeking out. Known as the ‘wine cellar of Italy’ the region is famous for its rolling vineyards, olive and almond groves, sun ripened tomatoes and luscious melons – a real taste of authentic Italy.
The charming region’s capital city of Bari, on the Adriatic Sea, is a fantastic destination here, although not typically a tourist hotspot. The port city offers a beautiful Old Town, historic buildings, medieval walls, a pretty seaside promenade and a great array of bars and restaurants.
Apulia enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate, with long, hot summers and short, mild winters. The hottest month here is typically July, where temperatures average 24*C and the region enjoys around 10 daily hours of sunshine.