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Vacation Rental Price Information in Salento
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Salento. The most expensive prices are in August (8/10 - 8/17). Prices reach an average of $147 per night. Prices drop in April to an average of $84 per night (4/18 - 4/25).
Rental Availability Information in Salento
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Salento(in %). It is in February that you will find the week with the least available rentals (2/8 - 2/15). On the contrary, only 15% of the rentals are booked during a week in September (9/21 - 9/28).
The Weather in Salento
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 91° No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 41° low. The rainiest month is February while the driest month is August.
Well-heeled vacation homes in Italian secret: Salento
Your ideal vacation apartment in the small town of Salento in Italy is nestled between the Adriatic and Ionian seas and reflects characteristics of both. The Puglian region in Italy's heel is enjoying increasing attention due to its distinctive cuisine and charming Italian landscapes and culture. From the Baroque architecture of Salento to the enclaves of the hillside monastery of Sanctuario di San Michele and the Jonian research center for the marine environment, in Puglia you will be immersed in tantalising new experiences.
Salento's earthy flavors
Gastronomic bliss awaits you in Puglia and you will return home determined to recreate the delights of the fresh local cuisine which is simultaneously simple and sophisticated. Delicate combinations of flavours are melded in many of the local dishes which often feature seafood. The heel of Italy is grounded in its palette of flavours yet incorporates influences from nearby Turkey and Greece. Puglian wines are enjoying new found fame all over the world but they are best accompanied by local fare from the many restaurants and markets found in Salento's streets.
Salento, Florence of the South
The Baroque architecture of this ancient town situated on a limestone peninsula dividing the Ionian and Adriatic seas reflects its grand and historic cultural landscape. Considered by some to be the 'Florence of the south', Salento is part of Puglia's growing reputation as a low-key alternative to the Amalfi coast. Nearby Brindisi is trendier but Salento is more reflective of old style Italian glamour. Visit the Unesco World Heritage Site of Castel del Monte, a perfect octagon visible for miles, or the Sanctuario di San Michele for an insight into Puglia's rich history as a place of pilgrimmage.
The fantastic sights and sounds of Salento
Jonian Dolphin Conservation
This incredible center for research into the marine environment is dedicated to protecting the gulf of Taranto. It seeks to increase awareness of marine life through its fascinating schedule of exhibitions and events which document its world leading research and technological innovation.
Basilica di Santa Croce in Lecce
The Basilica was founded in 1353 but was not completed until 150 years later due to the death of its patron, Gualtiero di Brienne VI, three years into its construction. This fabulous church is one of the most impressive examples of Baroque architecture in the Apulian region of Italy.
Aragonese Castle in Taranto
Castel Sant'Angelo is the main fortification in Taranto and forms a boundary between the old and new town. Dating from the 15th Century and constructed at the request of King Ferdinand I of Naples, the stronghold guarded the city's canal. Earlier fortresses in this location date back to the Norman and Byzantine periods. Today it is regularly the location of exhibitions and special events.
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