New Puglia digs. Tourists go to Florence, Rome and Venice. Italians go to Puglia.
The southern region stretches over the hell of Italy’s boot and is famous for its food – shellfish, pecorino cheese and orecchiette pasta – and trulli, 19th century cone-shaped whitewashed buildings converted into hotel room.
Sawday’s (that inspected and selected special places to stay in Italy) has just launched it’s new portfolio and has a rangeof new accommodation available for hire including Don Totu an 18th century palazzo stone farmhouse in Lecce.