1. Shop for Good Luck Whistles

Fischetti Whistles, Alberobello, Italy

Blowing whistles, ‘fischetti’, have a long tradition in Alberobello. At night, unique whistle sounds were used by courting couples to signal each other that it was safe to meet, and these good-luck whistles were given as fertility gifts for newlyweds as well as by men, who gave them to their girlfriends to announce their engagement. Housed in an ancient, windowless trullo, La Botteca whistle shop sells handmade terracotta whistles with over 5,000 different designs — "trulli" something for everyone!

2. Rent Bikes 

Bikes

Discover the sites of Puglia from bikes. Families with older children and teens can ride on stone-lined country roads through small villages and past olive groves. Younger children can rent bikes to use at your villa.

3. Learn How to Make Burrata Cheese

Burrata Cheese

Learn how to make the Burrata, the famous Puglian fresh cheese made from mozzarella and cream.

4. Explore Sea Caves

Sea Caves

Rent a paddleboat and spend the day exploring the sea caves near San Vito.

5. Take a Cooking Class

Kid's Cooking Class

Take a cooking class to learn how to make pizza, gelato or bread.

6. Go to ZooSafari Fasanolandia

ZooSafari Fasanolandia

Visit ZooSafari Fasanolandia — an amusement park in Fasano with fun rides, animal attractions and a drive-through safari.

7. Count Trulli

Trulli, Puglia, Italy

Venture to see Alberobello and see who can count the most trulli on the way.

8. Discover Indiana Park

Indiana Park

Pack a picnic and go to Indiana Park, an adventure playground in Castellana Grotte near Monopoli.

9. Try Your Hand at Ceramics

Kid's Ceramics Class

Take a ceramics class in Grottaglie, near Taranto.

10. Smile! and Keep Track of Your Trip

Kid Photographer

Take photographs and keep a travel journal so you can make a scrapbook when you get home.