Villa Giorgia is almost entirely built of stone and realized in different epochs; the oldest part dates from the late 18th century.
It presents typical barrel and cap vaults and floors of typical Apulian limestone. The structure is surrounded by a beautiful garden with olive and almond groves and trees of cherry, walnut, hazelnut and prickly pears, and ensures its guests a holiday of complete relaxation and privacy.
Villa Giorgia, in addition to a historical value, is in a strategic location for excursions in the most fascinating places of the area.
Villa Giorgia has three beautiful rooms: Mandorlo, Gelso and the suite Olivo, beautifully renovated for the most part of typical Apulian stone.
Each room is equipped with every comfort: air conditioning, heating, television, private bathroom, safe, mini-bar and outdoor area. Mandorlo and Gelso are double rooms with a small wooden Loft for a third bed, while the Olive suite consists of two rooms both of stone with barrel vaults and both equipped with bathroom.
Monopoli presents first natural attractions with its low 15 kilometres of coastline, that houses numerous coves and sandy beaches. To visit is the historic centre, of medieval origin, partly restored, many churches and monasteries, such as the Romanesque church of Santa Maria Amalfitana and the magnificent Baroque Cathedral.
You can also admire the Castle of Charles V and the old walls. The surrounding rural area is of great natural, landscape and cultural interest. There are in fact numerous fortified farms, even dating back to Roman times, rock churches, trulli, beautiful neoclassical villas and farmhouses.
From Monopoly you can very easily reach so many of the most important Apulian tourist destinations, including: the Caves of Castellana Grotte, Polignano a Mare with its old village overlooking the sea, the Zoo Safari of Fasano, the charming Valle d'Itria with Alberobello's Trulli (UNESCO World Heritage), Castel del Monte (UNESCO World Heritage), Ostuni, the White City, Bari with its old town and the Basilica of San Nicola, Lecce with its Baroque art, Grottaglie and its ceramics and Salento with its beautiful coasts.