Villa Margherita

The property consists of a large living room, a comfortable fully equipped kitchen, a master bathroom and two bedrooms, one of which has an en suite bathroom.

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What to Visit

Just 24 km from Villa Margherita, you can visit the striking Palombaro Lungo, while the majestic Matera Cathedral is just 25 km away. For your travels, the most convenient airport is Bari Karol Wojtyla Airport, located just 50 km from Villa Margherita. We are happy to provide you with more information on how to reach these fascinating destinations.

The geographical location allows within a maximum radius of 50 minutes by car to visit 3 UNESCO sites

Santeramo in Colle

Santeramo in Colle is a charming Italian village located in Puglia. The historic center is characterized by narrow alleys, white houses and an authentic atmosphere. Traditional houses are low and often painted white, creating a picturesque image. Olive trees and Mediterranean vegetation surround the landscape


Alberobello is a picturesque town located in the Puglia region of Italy. It is famous for being the capital of trulli, traditional dwellings with distinctive cone-shaped roofs. These unique structures are built of local stone without the use of mortar and have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Bari is a city overlooking the Adriatic Sea in southern Italy. Its historic center, with narrow streets and white stone buildings, creates a picturesque atmosphere. The Basilica of St. Nicholas is a celebrated destination, as is the waterfront promenade overlooking the sea. Bari is famous for its Apulian cuisine, with dishes such as orecchiette pasta and focaccia.


Matera is a picturesque town located in the Basilicata region of Italy. Its Sasso, or "Sassi di Matera," is a complex of ancient houses and churches carved into the limestone rock. The "Palombaro Lungo" is an important underground cistern located in the Sassi di Matera, which testifies to the ingenuity of Matera's ancient civilization as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Castel del Monte

Castel del Monte is an architectural gem located in Apulia, Italy, commissioned by Frederick II of Swabia. Castel del Monte is considered one of the most iconic and well-preserved sites from the time of Frederick II and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a must-see for lovers of medieval architecture and history, as well as for those wishing to explore Italy's rich cultural heritage.

Polignano a mare

Polignano a Mare is a beautiful coastal town located in the Puglia region of Italy. The town is known for its charming seascapes, with its white houses built directly on cliffs overlooking the sea. Polignano a Mare is also famous for the Palazzese Cave, a spectacular natural cave that houses a restaurant overlooking the sea.


Locorotondo, a pretty town located in the Italian region of Puglia. It is famous for its well-preserved historic center, characterized by narrow streets, white houses and dome-shaped roofs, typical of Apulian architecture.

Martina Franca

Martina Franca is a city located in the Apulia region of Italy. The city is famous for its charming historic center, known for its well-preserved Baroque architecture and cobblestone streets. Martina Franca is also famous for its Festival della Valle d'Itria, a major opera music event held every year in July, attracting musicians and fans from all over the world.

Visit other beautiful places such as Altamura, Gravina in Puglia, Castellana Grotte and renowned seaside places such as, Monopoli and Trani.