Life in Puglia follows the rhythm of the agriculture and this land is known also as the realm of extra-virgin olive oil. There are 60 million olives trees planted in the region, half of which are hundreds of years old and five millions are over a thousand years old.They are real monuments alive of which Il Melograno, as a fortified Masseria, retains 120 on its.Don’t miss the opportunity to spend one of afternoon of vacation to experiment this unusual itinerary. Click Here
Spend some of your time during your vacation exploring these enchanting olive oil farms dotted all around Puglia countryside. From olive harvest to the production in the modern olive oil mill till the visit to the beautiful olive oil underground mill dates sometimes from 1700, you will enjoy always a special Olive oil tasting journey according to your time. Click Here
Share Puglia’s greatest pleasure preparing traditional dishes with local produce or perfecting a focaccia pugliese, and discover the one indispensable ingredient to our cuisine.
Our sommelier and Official Taster for Italy will engage experts and beginners with the geography and history of Apulian wines, sampling local Fiano, Negroamaro or Primitivo.
Mountain bike or e-bike ride followed by a technical Van for any inconvenience. It will pass through the beautiful seaside town of Monopoli, with its Romanesque Cathedral, the harbour and the old town and then it will reach the 4 BC ruins of Egnazia and the cosy fishermen village of Savelletri. This cycling activity is up for anyone even not professional cyclists.
Il Melograno is surrounded by historic towns: Monopoli, Alberobello with the Iconic Trulli, Polignano a Mare and the baroque Martina Franca.