Booked for a week, stayed for two. We didn't want to move anymore actually. Despite difficulties to ride through the tiny country lane amongst olive trees and prickly pears, we found fascinating accomodations, a wonderful garden, a clean pool and an amazing open air kitchen area (so nice to cook pizzas into an original wood oven!!!). Kids happy to play soccer and tennis on the lawn. A flaw? We had one rainy day and had our dinner around the (maybe too?) small table inside the main trullo, but didn't really matter cause we had much fun anyway.
A must go!