Puglia is set to become a classic golf destination for those who enjoy a dose of history and sightseeing thrown in with their golf.
UNESCO sites Trulli of Alberobello, The Sassi and the Park of the Rupestrian Churches of Matera, Ostuni, The Appian Way and the city of Leccee are some of the most beautiful places in Italy to visit
Our base for the week was the beautiful Masseria San Domenico, which is part of the San Domenico Resort, choose between a luxury villa, beautifully appointed townhouse or room in the new hotel, or maybe the converted 15th century Maltese knights watch tower with spa.
Whatever your choice you’re sure to be impressed by the workmanship that has gone into all the accommodation.
All the stone is locally sourced and worked by local craftsman. Aldo - who’s family are the owners - has made it his mission that you see Puglia in all its glory, from the locally sourced food to the workmanship throughout the buildings. It’s a credit to him and the regional workforce.
Acaya Golf Club
San Domenico Golf Club
Top: Trulli houses of Alberobello. Above: Various views of Acaya and San Domenico Golf Clubs
Above: UNESCO site at Matera