My Holidays in Apulia ® Welcome to travellers and guests, who would like to have a tailor made holiday-stay in Apulia region, the heel of Italy, where the Adriatic and the Ionian Sea meet.
Our accommodations are available and suitable to different kinds of holiday situations: short breaks from daily routine, romantic honeymoons, or much longer stays for families, for (Apulia) Puglia cuisine lovers and gourmets, for those, who are particularly interested in local history, geology studies, archaeologic sites visitings or for those, who love nature and enjoy trekking, photography and art.
According to their own liking, our guests may choose among different kinds of holiday-stays in relation to the area where our accommodations are situated:
– Sieglinde (CIS: LE07503591000000616) is a beautiful, well-catered 19th century vaulted ceiling apartment, only few steps away from the historical center of Lecce, a Baroque art jewel of Apulia.
– Selma (CIS: LE07503191000000617) and Linda (CIS: LE07503191000000618) are two apartments of a Mediterranean styled villa, just few steps from the sandy beach and only one kilometer from the sea town of Gallipoli, on the Ionian coast.
– Amandine (CIS: LE07500691000000619) is a comfortable, cosy, independent, modern styled, first floored apartment with a wide terrace on the roof in Aradeo, a small town that is situated in a geographically strategic position between the Adriatic and the Ionian sea.
About the owner
My Holidays in Apulia® is run by the owner Giuseppa Sallustio. As managing director, she takes care of her family properties that is the accommodations mentioned above, where guests and travellers from everywhere in the world are welcome for their holiday stay. She lives in Lecce, a beautiful Baroque art styled city in the South of Apulia. Giuseppa speaks Italian, English and German and, among the preferred activities, in her spare time, she enjoys art, photography, hiking into nature, trekking, travelling and cooking. At this proper, she runs a food and travel blog ”Nordic Lights and Mediterranean Landscapes”, where she enjoys writing about recipes from local culinary tradition and different tastes from other Countries and about her travels and journeys to Northern Europe.