Inpugliatour is a tour operator specialized in the rental of villas and Trulli with private swimming pools. It was founded in 2010 by Dino and Roberto, experts in hospitality and incoming with decades of experience.

The Inpugliatour villas are located in the heart of Puglia a few kilometers from the sea and set in the enchanting landscape of the Itria Valley. Among typical architectures such as Trulli, Cummerse and dry stone walls, the Itria Valley conquers the hearts of its guests with silence and tranquility, with the scents of its traditional cuisine and its breathtaking views among expanses of centuries-old olive trees, vineyards and Mediterranean bush.

Inpugliatour’s activities also include the creation of tailor-made tourist packages, as well as real estate consultancy for foreign investors and villa owners in Puglia.


  • customer service 24 hours a day
  • restaurant reservations
  • booking of affiliated beaches
  • discounted wellness centers


  • transfer from / to the airport
  • car rent
  • bike rent
  • boat excursions and fishing tourism
  • horseback riding
  • bike tours
  • guided tours
  • cooking classes
  • chef at home
  • babysitting
  • tastings of oil, wine and dairy products
  • workshops
  • catering service


  • Because..

  • … it carefully selects its villas to guarantee its guests privacy and comfort

  • … it guarantees the best quality / price ratio

  • … it satisfies the wishes of its guests with courtesy and professionalism


  • Crystal clear sea with sandy and rocky beaches just a few km away
  • Food and wine of excellence
  • Picturesque historic towns: Alberobello (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Cisternino and Locorotondo (two of The Most Beautiful Towns in Italy), Martina Franca (a baroque city) and Ostuni, the white city
  • Landscape of enchanting beauty characterized by olive groves, vineyards and Mediterranean bush
  • Ideal atmosphere to enjoy a “slow” holiday
  • Hiking itineraries for lovers of walks and cycle-walks in unspoiled nature such as the Cycle Route of the Apulian Aqueduct