Vico Torto, 7-13 - BARLETTA (BT)
Bed & Breakfast Eraclio in Barletta is situated in a very strategic location in the historical centre, a few steps from the sea, the historical monuments, shops, the train station and the regional bus stops.

Home or Casa. This is the word pronounced and the sensation felt by those who stayed at Bed & Breakfast Eraclio.

Our rooms are independent, stylish and discreet rooms and they are equipped with every comfort: hot / cold air conditioning, hair dryer, mini bar. Each room has a private bathroom and each one of them is situated on a different floor, which ensures tranquillity and privacy.

All rooms have free WI-FI connection.

Bed & Breakfast Eraclio was created out of an ancient building, completely restored and transformed in a Bed& Breakfast. Therelatively long-lived palace belonged to the Nanula family that in the past was part of the so-called “productive economy category".

In a short time, Eraclio B&B entered in the major network of the most popular and requested B&B in Apulia, occupying a considerable and prestigious position- The result of hard work that makes of hospitality, cordiality and kindness our values.

Discover the surrounding area of Barletta.

Bed & Breakfast Eraclio in Barletta is definitely situated in a strategic position- Actually; once you arrive you can park your car and explore the surrounding streets near the most beautiful places.

Nearby you find the district "Sette Rue" with the St. Sepulchre and its Knights of Malta, considered a focal point and a crossroads of ancient pilgrimages to and from the Holy Land. Moving slowly along the path you cross small shops where you can buy handmade jewellery or enjoy the lively local crafts and you can definitely run toward the sea, since Barletta has a more than 5km long beach, with different bathing establishments or free beaches for those who enjoy total freedom.

Do not miss the charming countryside of Apulia..its vineyards (which produce aromatic wines) and its ancient olive groves..(in Apulia there are more than 60 million ancient olive trees that offer an excellent and fragrant olive oil, which in the first pressing of olives emits smells of the past). In addition, a few miles from Barletta there is the famous archaeological site of the Battle of Cannae, where August 2 in 216 BC the Romans were defeated by Hannibal. Tourists will also find the museum situated in the archaeological site and the Citadel of the Battle of Cannae. Finally, there are many nearby ancient farms, such as the Paolo Stimolo farm, that holds an enigma. Actually, inside this farm they found the tombstone of Consul Paolo Emilio, so this is considered to be the site of his sepulchre.

More information for Bed & Breakfast Eraclio guests.

So for your visit to the Imperial Apulia, bear in mind an important destination: a wonderful holiday or just a brief excursion to Barletta. Book your stay at Bed & Breakfast Eraclio (part of Apulia B&B network) and you will be welcomed with kindness, courtesy and discretion.
*Declared by the Innkeeper