Trulli Holiday Alberobello
In the fantastic ambience of Trulli and in the heart of Alberobello Trulli Holiday gives the chance to stay in special historical houses, UNESCO world heritage, carefully refurbished and furnished according to the tradition of the small and unique town, lying on the Valle d’Itria hills, with attention to comfort and refinement. "Trulli Holiday" will be glad to welcome you among the natural stone and spires of its magical trulli with helpfulness and hospitality, being a long-time trademark to amaze you once again.
Who we are
"Trulli Holiday" means Quality and Hospitality. Thanks to our guests our Resort is currently on the top of the most important tourism sites in the world. At your arrival the Reception staff will welcome you, giving all the useful info for your holiday and about the available services from the Resort and the attractions of the Trulli Capital. The staff will be always willing to provide with every info or to answer any doubt or needs during your stay.
The trulli are old buildings, being still able to raise emotion and interest in the visitors coming from every corner in the world to admire them. Our resort is witness of this authentic beauty with a rich and charming history. They say that first trulli were built in the dark ages. That period saw the flourishing of the first settlements in the Valle d’Itria and tholos appeared, traditional barrel-vaulted buildings used as tombs. The oldest trulli in Alberobello date back to the XVI century: the territory, appearing as deserted, was given to the first count from Conversano Robert d’Anjou, prince of Taranto and then king of Naples from 1309 to 1343. The territory was the prize granted to the noble Anjou descendant for his services given during the Crusades. The area was populated again, moving several settlements from neighbouring fiefs like Noci’s. The dry-stoned building, without mortar, was imposed to the settlers, so that their houses could be hastly dismantled: an efficient method to avoid paying taxes from the Kingdom of Naples upon new settlements and a good deterrent for riotous owners. However, most historians agree that this building art was due, first of all, to the geographic status of the area, rich of calcareous stone.