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All Inclusive Hotels in Puglia

Villaggio Cala del Principe
San Nicandro Garganico (FG)
BeachEntertainmentPet FriendlySwimming PoolDrinks
4 214 reviews
All Inclusive from € 52 per night
Distances from places of interest
* Railway station22.3 km
* Motorway21.4 km
* Old town centre21.4 km
* Port22.0 km
* Aeroporto Gino Lisa55.4 km
* Parchi divertimento9.4 km
Hotel Villaggio Uliveto
Rodi Garganico (FG)
BeachEntertainmentPet FriendlySwimming PoolDrinks
4 355 reviews
All Inclusive from € 52 per night
Distances from places of interest
* Railway station2.3 km
* Motorway1.5 km
* Old town centre1.5 km
* Port2.1 km
* Aeroporto Gino Lisa60.9 km
* Parchi divertimento17.0 km
Arianna Club
Rodi Garganico (FG)
BeachEntertainmentSwimming PoolFree Wi-FiDrinks
4.5 348 reviews
All Inclusive from € 50 per night
Distances from places of interest
* Railway station5.6 km
* Motorway4.8 km
* Old town centre4.8 km
* Port5.3 km
* Aeroporto Gino Lisa59.2 km
* Parchi divertimento13.9 km
All Inclusive Hotels in Puglia

An all inclusive holiday in Puglia means:

Crystal-clear sea
Gargano National Park
Unspoilt natural environment
Festivals and traditions
Monuments and cities of art

What does someone who loves to stay by the sea, an art enthusiast, a tourist who appreciates nature and a pristine environment on holiday, and a “gastronaut” have in common?

The destination. Or Puglia, to be precise. This is because the region abounds in natural resources and appeals to families as well as to couples on a romantic getaway and groups of friends.

Puglia never ceases to surprise, no matter the season. Salento has a delightful coastline of over 200 km, with stunning beaches like Marina d’Ugento, Porto Selvaggio, Porto Cesareo and Torre dell’Orso. There are cities of art like Lecce, the Florence of the South, with masterpieces in its Baroque centre, and Otranto, where a splendid Aragon Castle is the finest cultural site of the resort town.

On the side of Brindisi, worth a mention are Ostuni, known as the white town, and Torre Guaceto, a natural reserve and a wonderful oasis of peace and intimacy.
For those who love nature, Gargano is ideal, with the beaches of Peschici and Vieste, known as the pearl of Gargano, and its archaeological heritage, typical specialities, and the Gargano National Park.

The landscape and colours change further inland, with the Valle d’Itria and the trulli houses of Alberobello and Castel del Monte, both UNESCO heritage sites, the climate typical of the hills, and the medieval towns of Murgia, Fasano and Ceglie Messapica, with wonderful food and typical scenery.

These are all places to be discovered even during a few day outings away from the sea.

What does someone who loves to stay by the sea, an art enthusiast, a tourist who appreciates nature and a pristine environment on holiday, and a “gastronaut” have in common?

The destination. Or Puglia, to be precise. This is because the region abounds in natural resources and appeals to families as well as to couples on a romantic getaway and groups of friends.

Puglia never ceases to surprise, no matter the season....

What does someone who loves to stay by the sea, an art enthusiast, a tourist who appreciates nature and a pristine environment on holiday, and a “gastronaut” have in common?

The destination. Or Puglia, to be precise. This is because the region abounds in natural resources and appeals to families as well as to couples on a romantic getaway and groups of friends.

Puglia never ceases to surprise, no matter the season. Salento has a delightful coastline of over 200 km, with stunning beaches like Marina d’Ugento, Porto Selvaggio, Porto Cesareo and Torre dell’Orso. There are cities of art like Lecce, the Florence of the South, with masterpieces in its Baroque centre, and Otranto, where a splendid Aragon Castle is the finest cultural site of the resort town.

On the side of Brindisi, worth a mention are Ostuni, known as the white town, and Torre Guaceto, a natural reserve and a wonderful oasis of peace and intimacy.
For those who love nature, Gargano is ideal, with the beaches of Peschici and Vieste, known as the pearl of Gargano, and its archaeological heritage, typical specialities, and the Gargano National Park.

The landscape and colours change further inland, with the Valle d’Itria and the trulli houses of Alberobello and Castel del Monte, both UNESCO heritage sites, the climate typical of the hills, and the medieval towns of Murgia, Fasano and Ceglie Messapica, with wonderful food and typical scenery.

These are all places to be discovered even during a few day outings away from the sea.