The easiest way to get to Ostuni is to fly straight to Brindisi (the nearest airport) or Bari.
There are direct flights to both Bari and Brindisi from London Gatwick and London Stansted.
Alternatively you can fly to Rome, Milan, Naples or Pescara where you can take an internal flight to Brindisi or Bari or a train to Ostuni.
Once your booking is finalised we will send you detailed information about location of place booked and a map to help you get there.
Ideally you should call the owner of the rental who will sort out the problem. Should you need any help from us we will be glad to help.
When you have submitted your enquiry and personal details our consultant will check your request and confirm availability within few hours. You can then finalise the booking contacting us again.
Yes. You will need to make a deposit of 20% of the total amount. The remaining part of your total cost will be made on arrival or at the end of your stay. Payment of deposit can be made using our Secure Payment System with Paypal.
Usually there is no fixed time for checking in. Let us know your time of arrival and we will let you know if you can check in straight away.
There are discounts for children in most places listed on this site. Please check each accommodation listing. If a discount is not listed then you can always ask for one.
A rental car is necessary if you intend to explore the Ostuni area and the best places in Puglia.
We have published a guide book of the area. If you book with us you will get it for free at arrival. Or you can buy it and have it posted to your home.
Our guide book lists a number of internet points available in Ostuni.
There aren't any particular requirements for citizens of European Union nations. Citizens of Japan and most English-speaking nations (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United States) in possession of valid passports can stay in Italy for up to 90 days without a visa. Contact your nearest Italian consulate if you have questions or would like to stay longer, or to find out if your country is currently in the visa-waiver programme.
Though foreign licences are usually accepted at car rental agencies and by the government, you should obtain an international permit (a supplementary document obtainable from automobile clubs) if your licence is not issued by an EU nation. Nobody under 18 years of age may drive a car in Italy, even if he or she holds a valid licence in a foreign nation.
If you don't speak Italian, but plan on travelling by yourself or with a small group that won't include an Italian speaker, we suggest learning at least a few Italian words and phrases before you arrive.