Alberobello, Trulli dwellings, Cone dwellings

It is today a Unesco site and a very picturesque, artistic curiosity

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The Trulli Houses of Alberobello

In the 17th Century unique cone shaped stone houses without morter were built in order to avoid paying taxes to the Spanish Viceroy (feudal landlord) of Naples.
These particular dwellings are made with tile stones that that may be dismantled and moved elsewhere. It is today a Unesco site and a very picturesque, artistic curiosity. Whole towns are made in this cone shape form. Today this is quite an attraction. Farms, churches, homes all are built in the same manner. The food is natural organic and the atmosphere is like a fairy tale.

You must see to believe

Enjoy an eno-gastronomic day on a Masseria(trulli farm). What an experience.
Just 30 minutes away is a very particular restaurant you cannot miss.

Is this the most romantic restaurant In the World? …Grotta Palazzese Restaurant, an impressive space set in a grotto in the Southern Italian town of Polignano a Mare

Polignano a Mare, stroll the streets of this spectacular town sitting on the calcium white stone dropping into the sea. By cocktail time, direct yourselves to a most fabulous location, romantic, mythical, extravaganza, unique, breathtaking location for dinner. Grotta Palazzese Restaurant, now this is a first class restaurant not to miss. Incredible experience or a magical setting in a grotto. A Must on this trip to Puglie Region.

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