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Mottola’s hill was inhabitated since Prehistory, as is proved by the discovery of bronze statues dated back the Iron Age, in 1899. It was destroyed in 1102 because of the bad government of Muarcaldo, a chancellor from Taranto. During... [Continue]
The rocky churches (XI-XIV) were the places of Christian worship, particularly in the Middle Age. Today they are the witnesses of a religious and artistic tradition, thanks to which is possible to appreciate some of the cultural boots of... [Continue]

Villaggio Vecchia Mottola includes 15 rustic apartments scattered through the narrow streets of the center of Mottola, in the province of Taranto. They offer the possibility to appreciate the simplicity of a genuine way of life which has a very long tradition, without forgoing the comfort.

In a characteristic little town of ancient traditions, full of suggestive landscapes, close to the sea and with a mild hill climate, our guests will also taste our local food, together with a good “primitive” wine….and even more good experiences to be found!!!

An ideal solution for every circumstance: holiday or job transfer.

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The apartments are made up of one or two rooms. They are all in country furniture with all mod cons. Placed in the old centre of Mottola, among the narrow streets and in harness with the genuine Apulian hospitality.
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Apulia is a region full of history and of characteristic landscapes; from Mottola, situated in a strategic position, you can easily join them, to the north of the region or to the extreme south of the Italian “heel”.
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