are in Apulia, in the South of Italy, where the climate is so mild
that we grow oranges and lemons and you can breathe in the perfumes
of the ‘mediterranean maquis’. In the gardens of the ancient
villas you will also find prickly pear and various examples of palm
also called the ‘White City’ is a typical southern italian town,
just 4 miles from the sea. The town is perched on the hills,
230metres above sea level, which gives a breathtaking view over the
olive groves and the Adriatic coast.
33,000 inhabitants, Ostuni is an easy town to live in. It has kept
its pleasant atmosphere and sense of hospitality and so it is still
easy to get to know the people here. Few people speak a foreign
language, and so you can try out your italian immediately!
is not part of the mass tourism trail. The town is a little crowded
only in the August holidays .