Stupor Mundi bed and breakfast in Altamura (Bari) - Italy

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Stupor Mundi
Via G. Mazzini N° 51- Altamura (Bari)
is located in a populated area

Internet Wi-Fi   Gluten Free Foods   Pet Friendly  

ructure located a short walk from the historic center of Altamura (city famous for BREAD PDO), and a few kilometers from the UNESCO site of Matera Sassi The rooms are large, comfortable, bright, air-conditioned rooms with balcony, parquet floor and private bathroom, hairdryer and personal hygiene. Free Wi-Fi in the entire property Flat-plate fencing. In the breakfast room there is a fireplace, a refrigerator and find a small library with books related to the area

Prices( No Booking Fees )

Min.€. 35,00
Max.€. 35,00
Min.€. 60,00
Max.€. 60,00

The price is € 35,00 per person per night including breakfast with typical local products..


I am a licensed tour guide, and so helpful with you to plan routes for nature trails historic cultural and gastronomic.
Shuttle service to and from airport and railway station on request.
We organize courses of pasta, manual work
(Crochet, tatting, cross stitch, mesh)
sport fishing from shore
management kitchen garden
art of cheese

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Distance from Stupor Mundi to:

(Using public transportation)
Seaside: 45 minutes
Railway Station: 10 minutes
Airport: 35 minutes

The property offers accommodation for a minimum of 1 nights and it has 4 bed places

Attractions near Altamura

ltamura is nestled in the heart of the Alta Murgia National Park, where every stone is a monument unique and original. Surrounded by UNESCO as World Heritage sites of Matera Sassi

CASTEL DEL MONTE, THE PARK OF THE ROCK CHURCHES, and the trulli of Alberobello, Castellana and still CAVES, Polignano a Mare, TRANI and much more. Altamura is famous for its bread (PDO), for the Man of Altamura, fossil skeleton dated about 250,000 years for the cathedral in Apulian-Romanesque style, the...