Borgo Egnazia Blog

Martina Franca – The Jewel of Central Puglia

Martina Franca is a relatively large, historic settlement in the Taranto province of Puglia. Bordering Bari and not far from Brindisi, Martina Franca has a population of approximately 50,000 inhabitants. …Read more >


Bari’s Sublime Provincial Village with Panoramic Views of the Valle d’Itria Just 20 km from the Borgo Egnazia resort and a short trip away from neighbouring Alberobello, the town of …Read more >

Hello, Alberobello!

Alberobello is situated in the Bari Province of Puglia. Positioned in the neighbouring province of Brindisi, Borgo Egnazia is approximately twenty kilometres way and an obvious, recommended excursion to experience …Read more >

Otranto – A Southern Puglia Paradise

Approximately ninety minutes away from the stunning Borgo Egnazia resort, the curious explorer of Apulia must consider the wealth of excursions available, either organised by the hospitable and efficient resort …Read more >

Borgo Egnazia Repeat Booking Discount

Clients looking to Book Borgo Egnazia for 2016 can take advantage of our 10% Early Booking discount, but our repeat guests may be able to get 20% discount or even …Read more >

Borgo Egnazia Resort

If you’re looking for a luxury 5 star resort in Italy then look no further than the Borgo Egnazia Resort. Located in the Puglia area of Italy and with the …Read more >

Borgo Egnazia Villas

Looking to book a luxury villa holiday in Italy? If so then look no further than the stunning 5 star Borgo Egnazia in Puglia. Choose between a luxury collection of 2 …Read more >

Borgo Egnazia Sundowners

Looking for the perfect place for sundowners ? If so then look no further than the Borgo Egnazia, as it has it’s own private beach. Enjoy an evening dip or …Read more >

Borgo Egnazia Holidays

Looking for the best way to book your Borgo Egnazia holiday? If so then you only need to make 2 simple decisions : 1) Do I stay at the magnificent …Read more >

Borgo Egnazia

The Borgo Egnazia is in the heart of Puglia Italy, in Savelletri di Fasano, a town of fishermen, old ladies who embroider in front of their small white houses, and …Read more >