Dei Serafini on "The Guardian"

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"Founded by Greeks in the fourth century BC, Polignano a Mare, south of Bari, is famous for cliff diving and for Domenico Modugno, writer of the Frank Sinatra hit Volare. In its old town, B&B dei Serafini (doubles from €90) is “diffused” around nine buildings, with breakfast at its own cafe on Piazza San Benedetto (bag the cliffside terrace table for over-water caffè and cornetti). Our diminutive but sweet room was on the other side of the square: we sunbathed on its sea-view roof terrace then enjoyed live music, drinks and food in the piazza till late, before staggering, ooh, 75 metres back home......."

Read on The Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/travel/2016/jun/11/italy-alberghi-diffusi-village-hotels

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Dei Serafini on "The Guardian"

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