It was the ’90s when Apulia started maturing as Italy’s next place to visit. But it is only now that the dusty heel of the Italian peninsula, with its rugged coastline, fertile soil, clear crystal waters and foreign-dominated rich past, is finally and officially on the map! In this dream-like landscape, Villa Coki, once a fortified farm, is now a barefoot chic property ready to welcome you inside of its trulli. Trulli are typical dry stone huts with conical limestone roofs, and the most exclusive tourist accommodation you can find in this region. The simple yet sophisticated charm of this villa will conquer you while you experience the many factors why this villa is the perfect stage for enjoying quality time together with your loved ones. While the outside of Villa Coki is a superb area for spending leisurely hours, its interior space is limited, consisting of just a small sitting room with large TV, and an independent fully equipped kitchen. The latter is a spacious and inviting room with limestone walls and a vaulted ceiling, and it may serve also as a dining room on those few days when the weather is less than perfect. The kitchen opens onto the sun-drenched terrace where you can enjoy outdoor living and the great Mediterranean climate. On the expansive manicured grounds imbued with contemporary carefree elegance, a stone-paved terrace overlooks the garden and the private swimming pool. Under a white sun-shade sail extends a long dining table perfect for spending hours savoring famously delicious Italian food while enjoying company. Olive trees, typical vegetation of the area, dot the estate like ornate decorations. Discovering Apulia while living in its iconic local architecture is a special experience from the very start! While outdoors you are in your private sun-soaked oasis, indoors, you will not feel the heat, thanks to the special construction of the trulli which creates an air-chamber that absorbs changes in temperature. And, just in case, do not forget that the beaches are a 30-minute drive away.