Things to see and do - Martina Franca
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This white town stands on a hilltop in the Murge hills. The old town, surrounded by ramparts, is a jewel of Baroque architecture. Piazza Roma is bordered by the former Palazzo Ducale (now the town hall), which was built in 1668. Take the monumental staircase to the first floor, which is adorned with beautiful 18C frescoes. Follow Via Cavour and Via Mazzini, lined with Baroque palazzi, to the imposing San Martino cathedral. Dating from 1773, the main altar is flanked by two marble statues.
Hotels Martina Franca
Vico Ignazio Ciaia 18 I - 74015 Martina Franca
Prix Prices from : 65 €
Set in the centre of Martina Franca, this elegant building dates back to the 1700s. It offers a restaurant, and spacious rooms with a kitchenette. Wi-Fi is free at reception. Well-placed to visit this historic town, Rococò Albergo Diffuso is 300 met..
Via Taranto, SS 172 Zona G 24 I - 74015 Martina Franca
Prix Prices from : 40 €
Completely renovated during 2007, the hotel Giardino degli Aranci aims to provide a relaxed and informal atmosphere thanks to its contemporary refined style and the peace of its garden. Located 1 km outside the city of Martina Franca, the hotel i..
Viale Domenico Carella, 9 I - 74015 Martina Franca
Park Hotel San Michele is situated in a large park in the centre of Martina Franca, in the region of the famous Trulli, one of Apulia's archaeological treasures. Wi-Fi is free throughout. San Michele's elegant atmosphere is immediately perceived in ..
Restaurants Martina Franca
via Taranto 59 I - 74015 Martina Franca
Mediterranean creativity is to the fore in this restaurant that has two charming dining rooms, one of which is particularly intimate in style. The cuisine focuses on the use of local produce, and the different menus available (à la carte, traditional..
via Taranto 70 I - 74015 Martina Franca
via Mascagni 2 I - 74015 Martina Franca
In the central body of the Baroque ducal palace, in what was once the revenue office, an informal and very welcoming restaurant. Local specialities with a personal touch.