The farm is an ideal starting point for those wishing to make trips, on foot or by bicycle, through the narrow streets and paths that cross the Valle d’Itria, discovering one of the most beautiful and evocative Italian landscape, full of farms, vineyards, olive groves and countless Trulli. Four kilometers away from the farm there is Martina Franca, famous for its baroque architecture, the white roads and the warmth of its people. It is also near to the farm Locorotondo that offers a great panorama for those coming from the road connecting it with Martina Franca. A little far away, but still within 25 km , you can find the must-seen Alberobello “World Heritage” , Cisternino , Ostuni, Fasano with its ” Zoosafari ” and the playground, Polignano a Mare and its marine cravens, Castellana Grotte, Putignano, famous for its carnivals, Ceglie Messapica, Oria, Francavilla Fontana and Grottaglie, “city of ceramics”.
It will take half an hour to reach easily the beaches of Torre Canne, Savelletri and Rosa Marina, which are well-known for the seaside tourism in Apulia overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Our guest can also visit Taranto and I tesori della Magna Grecia, the unforgettable Lecce with its baroque charm of the historic center; Bari, one of the largest Italian cities, full of objects d’art and monuments of the Apulian Romanesque style, Matera, the city of the famous “stones” is also a “World Heritage Site”, Castel del Monte which still exudes the charm of the figure of Federico II di Svezia.
All the aforesaid destination allow Madonna dell’Arco Farm be the perfect place to stay as it is able to combine the relaxing pleasure of living in the country, breathing the smells and tasting the flavors of the Mediterranean. One of the most interesting Italian territories for the beauty of its landscapes, the cities and the object d’art that featured it.