Why you should try living in a trullo
Who among us has never imagined, at least once in life, to live in a Trullo? Guido Musante explains us the reason on Homify
Ancient olive groves scattered over the country, ancient villages drawn from the white walls, stone walls that stretched across the landscape, while the sea air bursts thin, nearly cone roofs constructed of white limestone blocks, closed by slender pinnacles of different shapes. Below, wide white walls and warm colors mingle in one another, generating privileged microclimate spaces.
And then the unmistakable interiors, with typical stone walls, full of niches and small rooms with domed ceiling, which make the inside space cool in summer and warm in winter.