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Trulli Holiday, the alternative to the traditional hotel in Alberobello

Nestled in the magic scenery of Trulli, Trulli Holiday offers the opportunity to stay in historic homes, unique in the world, Unesco World Heritage Site, an alternative to the classic Hotel in Alberobello. Our Trulli are carefully restored and furnished according to tradition without neglecting the comfort and refinement.

Trulli Holiday is happy to welcome you among the Pinnacles and the living stone of Alberobello magical Trulli, a town located in the hills of Valle d'Itria, small and unique, with the helpfulness and hospitality, being a precious trademark of ours.

Trulli di Alberobello

Thanks to our customers Trulli Holiday is a leader in the rankings of the most important sites devoted to tourism. Upon your arrival you will be greeted by the receptionist, who will give you all the information regarding your holiday, the available services‚Äčand the attractions of the Trulli Capital. The staff will be always willing to give information, answer concerns or desires during your holiday.

Trulli di Alberobello (Bianco e Nero)

Unlike a common Hotel in Alberobello, Trulli Holiday will allow you to stay in Trulli who are ancient buildings, being still able to arousing feelings of excitement and interest in the visitors who come from all over the world to admire them. Our Resort is witness to this authentic beauty, the rich and fascinating history. They say that the first trulli date back to prehistoric times. Already in this period, in fact, settlements were present in the Itria Valley , evolving into the tholos, typical buildings once used to bury the dead people. However, the most ancient trulli in Alberobello we find today date back to the fourteenth century: it was at that time this uninhabited land was assigned to the first Count of Conversano by Robert of Anjou, Prince of Taranto and then king of Naples from 1309 to 1343. This land was the prize bestowed to the Anjou count for services given during the Crusades. The area was then populated again, moving entire settlements from neighboring feuds like Noci. The drywall, mortarless construction, the trulli, was imposed on new settlers so that their homes could be dismantled quickly: an effective method to avoid taxes on new settlements imposed by the Kingdom of Naples and also some good deterrent for riotous owners. Most historians agree, however, that this construction technique was due, first, to the geographical conditions of the place, being abundant in limestone which was used in the construction.