Punto Casa Immobiliare was born from the commitment and experience of its founder Roma Madia , which for over twenty years has been dealing with beautiful houses in dream locations and enhancing the typical Apulian private residences, expressing a new concept of exclusivity, charm and comfort, in which tradition and modernity, past and present coexist in a perfect combination. , elegance and functionality.

The goal of Punto Casa Immobiliare is to provide concrete and exclusive support to all buyers of these extraordinary homes, so that they can live this exceptional experience.

For those who love refined design, environments surrounded by nature, the call of historicity, the high quality of the renovations (in modern materials and techniques that are well suited to the original structures), the breathtaking locations, the panoramic positions on the sea, Punto Casa Immobiliare offers a wide selection of properties that perfectly meet these parameters.

Through these prestigious residences, both the investor who prefers to buy an exclusive private house and the tourist who prefers to rent a villa or a masseria, will be able to spend a residential stay or a holiday as a unique experience, characterized by a refined atmosphere typical of the style. Apulian.


Today, Punto Casa Immobiliare di Roma Madia is the protagonist in the Apulian real estate market of villas, historic residences, ancient farmhouses, farms and finely restored trulli, high-level residences and charming apartments.

Years of experience have allowed us to create a network, not only national, between customers, professionals and technicians such as to guarantee excellence, reliability and competence.

Punto Casa Immobiliare offers a wide range of services that accompanies the customer in choosing the property suitable for their needs and its enhancement.



Located on 3 hills, Ostuni is called “the White City” for its wonderful Old Town characterized by stone houses painted white.
Located in the heart of Puglia between rolling hills and the blue of the Adriatic Sea, Ostuni is a small town that has its own individuality, charm, traditions and culinary delights.
Ostuni is a whitewashed city perched on 3 hills, from which you can admire an expanse of olive trees and in the distance and the Adriatic Sea, which is only 6 km away. It is also worth a visit for all the typical restaurants at a good price. The area offers a multi-faceted holiday whether you need to relax on the beach or on a sunny terrace or explore the area full of historic charm and ancient churches, play golf, go horseback riding or visit one of the neighboring towns.



Via Nino Sansone, 58 – 72017 Ostuni (Br)

Exposure Point:

Piazza Della Libertà, 8 – 72017 Ostuni (Br)

Corso Umberto I, 149 – 72014 Cisternino



Ostuni is called “The White City” for its wonderful Old Town characterized by stone houses painted in white.

Located in heart of Puglia between rolling hills and the blue Adriatic sea, Ostuni is a small town that has its own individuality, charm, traditions and culinary delights.

Ostuni is a whitewashed city, perched on 3 hills, from which you can admire an expanse of olive trees and in the distance the Adriatic Sea, which is only 6 km away.

The area offers a holiday multifaceted whether you need to relax on the beach or on a sunny terrace, to explore the area full of historical charm and ancient churches, to appreciate the local cuisine in typical restaurants, to play golf (the golf course of the Relais San Domenico is only 20 minutes), go horseback riding or visit one of the neighboring cities.

Here is the heart of Puglia where you can find pubs, small shops, discos on the beach, daily excursions that allow you to discover archaeological remains, castles, cathedrals, trulli and farms, natural oases, marine caves, zoosafari, a succession of sandy beaches, inlets rocks and cliffs and an expanse of olive groves.

In a land where the gastronomy, among the most renowned in Italy, is enriched with genuine flavors and colors, where the hills, painted with the colors of nature, delicately overlook the Adriatic Sea, the charm of antiquity is getting stronger , as evidenced by the numerous renovations. In an exclusive atmosphere, between sea and hills, the charm of antiquity is enriched by the comfort of modern renovation technologies with extreme attention to detail.

Trulli, artistic and cultural heritage, have been extensively re-evaluated in recent years, becoming a cultural heritage of considerable architectural interest. This is one of the reasons why they try to preserve their original structure with an adequate restoration. What derives are splendid conical shapes in natural stone, immersed in the greenery of centuries-old olive groves , which become prestigious holiday homes, but above all a form of investment aimed at growing over the years.

The architecture of the premises and buildings in general, reflecting the architectural canons typical of the Apulian culture, is very different from what can be found in other large Italian cities.

The list is endless, but it is above all hospitality local people who make you feel welcome!

Furthermore, Ostuni is easily accessible from anywhere, being located between two Apulian airports, that of Bari and that of Brindisi, respectively at about 70 and 40 km.

So why buy here?

Without a doubt Ostuni is among the most beautiful and touristic cities in Italy and offers a real estate market very interesting. Our agency guarantees potential buyers a wide choice of options to invest their money: from trulli, traditional conical stone constructions, to modern villas, from masserie, to apartments and characteristic houses in the historic center, both to be restored. that you finish. It is possible to find a trullo to be restored with more or less extensive land or farms that could become hotels or farmhouses in contact with nature or luxurious country houses. For these projects we put our experience and knowledge at your service, assisting you in the
your search, purchase and management of the property of your dreams.


For those who love art it will be pleasant to spend a few hours visiting the churches of Ostuni. The City has a rich church heritage , these are works desired by the faith of the people and by the patronage of noble families, made by local workers, decorated and embellished by artists, in many cases, unknown and who also
they left a tangible mark of their ingenuity. An art born in the province, far from the clamor of the great artistic circuits and which has looked at the dominant models and styles, reworking them in such forms as to achieve its own expressive identity. The gentle stone of which the territory is rich has offered the raw material to generations of imaginative and skilled stonecutters to decorate and make places of worship more solemn

Solemnly facing the town square or narrow among the white alleys of the ancient village, leaning against the houses with bell towers soaring among a myriad of chimneys, the churches of Ostini never present themselves as isolated monuments, located in separate spaces, but yes harmoniously fit into the urban fabric almost a

reaffirm the everyday life of the religious monument. An itinerary through the churches of Ostini will certainly not offer the grandiose grandiloquence spectacles of the great art centers, but it will certainly give the opportunity to get to know the aspects of what is unjustly defined as “minor art”.

Cathedral – The most important sacred building in Ostini and one of the best known in Puglia for its constructive singularities. Its construction dates back to the second half of the century. XV, during the episcopate of Bishop Nicola Arpone. The façade is of considerable artistic value, an admirable synthesis of “Romanesque, Gothic and Venetian” elements.
Divided into three bodies, it has three ogival portals, containing in the side lunettes the sculptures representing respectively S. Giovanni and S. Biagio; in the lunette of the main portal a bas-relief depicting the Bishop Nicola Arpone genuflected at the feet of the Virgin on the throne. The side portals are surmounted by two roses, while above the central one stands a splendid finely chiseled rose window. The plan is a basilica with three naves. The interior has undergone numerous changes over the centuries.

S. Vito Martire – Adjacent to the former convent of the Tonacelle, now home to the Museum of Preclassical Civilizations of the Southern Murgia. Built from 1750 to 1754, dedicated to S. Vito, the Church is one of the few examples of Baroque architecture in Ostuni. The façade, ending in the upper part with a large window and a pediment with contrasting lines, is marked on two levels by horizontal frames. It rises with elegance from the small square above the street level with a wealth of frames, niches, coats of arms, friezes. The interior is one
single nave and ends in the beautiful dome above the presbytery which on the outside is covered with multicolored majolica tiles. Today, the Tonacelle church, now closed to the worship of the faithful and intended as an auditorium, preserves its elegant beauty intact.

S. Francis – On the triangular Piazza della Libertà, next to the Palazzo di Città di Ostuni, a former Franciscan convent, stands the facade of the church of S. Francesco d’Assisi, built in 1780 in the area of a smaller church of the century. XVI. The current facade of the church dates back to 1884, it was designed by the architect. Gaetano Jurleo and
it results from a fusion of medieval, baroque and neoclassical elements. The same was subsequently enriched by two marble sculptures placed in the side niches depicting St. Francis and the Wolf and St. Anthony of Padua and, in 1985, by an artistic bronze door in whose panels the life of St. Francis is celebrated. The interior, with a single nave is presented in its eighteenth-century forms elegantly marked by columns, cornices, pilasters and enriched by seven altars. Note the polychrome marble altar of the Neapolitan school.

S. Giacomo in Compostella – It is located in Via Bixio Continelli, one of the most evocative of the Rione Terra. The church was built in 1423, on “April 10, the noble Pietro Cavallerio of Ostuni makes his testament

founding the chapel of S. Jacopo in Compostella ”The interior is simply harmonious. The facade is decorated with a lunette with fifteenth-century floral friezes. Inside you can see two capitals that were part of the arch of the apse.

The Church of the Holy Spirit – In a recess of the town square, the church of the Holy Spirit, one of the oldest in Ostuni built in 1637. Of particular artistic value is the Renaissance portal in whose lunette, carved in relief on local stone, is the Dormitio Mariae.


Where the expanse of olive trees ends and the green of the mythical plant fades into silvery shades, nature suddenly lights up with a lively chromatism, earthy colors give way to marine ones. An expanse of intense blue with reflections and transparencies that only clean waters have. Twenty kilometers of coastline meander picturesquely, the sea, in a wonderful play of colors, creeps into coves and ravines, stretches out in sandy open spaces, climbs up shiny cliffs, laps the Mediterranean scrub. One coast
of ancient vitality, inhabited since ancient times and which still bears the traces of distant forms of life: the caves, home of the Apulian peasant in the past centuries: the ruins of ancient settlements, the coastal towers, defensive fortifications of the times in which security it was man’s primary need. Of that past
there is very little left, the Ostuni coast today represents one of the poles of seaside tourism in Puglia. Villages, international level accommodation facilities, campsites, villas, villas, apartments offer diversified types of services capable of satisfying the different needs of tourist demand. In a walk along the coast to discover the Eldorado of the holiday, the organized tourist centers where everything is at hand: the sea, the boat, the sports equipment, the bank, the infirmary, the dancing, the disco. For those who love tranquility, just take a path to look out over inlets of golden sand, stretches of low and bizarrely jagged coasts, enchanted coves immersed in silence. An airy, clear atmosphere, an excellent climate for a holiday in Marina of Ostuni not only in the long, hot summer but also in the gentle springs and calm autumns.

PILONE – A stretch of coast guarded by the nearby San Leonardo tower, a 15th century fortification. XVI, a place surrounded by greenery with white buildings and a wide and airy beach (large beach)

ROSA MARINA – A succession of small golden sandy beaches, separated from each other by coastal lace, white villas lightened by oleanders and fragrant Mediterranean plants, a vast tourist settlement lying between the sea and olive groves, an architectural and functional jewel. if you do not have a card; a real village stocked with everything and generally frequented by VIPs)

MONTICELLI – A peaceful and familiar atmosphere, a charming and silent village on a cobalt sea. To the left of the cove the ruins of a walled village from the Bronze Age (with a pub on a beach open all day with Cuban or live music and disco at night, Cuban cocktails)

VILLANOVA – A place rich in history, site of the ancient Petrolla. A low castle of the sixteenth century. On an escarpment, it rises above the sea. At the foot of the fort there is the lively port, a landing place for fishermen’s boats and pleasure craft. Not far from Villanova the lively village “Lido Fontanelle”


The cuisine of Ostuni is genuine and tasty, based above all on local agricultural products, the fine olive oil, fresh vegetables, tasty cheeses prepared by hand by the numerous dairies in the area. A simple, almost poor gastronomy, yet rich in flavors, smells, colors and extremely expressive of the sobriety of a people who in terms of food tastes have remained extraneous to the lure of consumerism. Farinaceous products occupy a prominent place on the Ostunesi table, starting with bread-cooked still in wood-fired ovens-and its derivatives: “grisella” and “puccia”, a focaccia of great simplicity but with all the flavor of a kitchen without deceit.

The orecchiette that the Ostunesi call “stacciodde” open the long story of homemade pasta, they are made of durum wheat semolina – like the “strascinate”, the “lajanedde”, the “cavatelli” – seasoned with sauce and cacioricotta or in tasty pairings with fresh seasonal vegetables. Taste of healthy genuineness even in the tasty main courses, the meat dishes choose the oldest cooking system in the history of food: tender kid is cooked on the steaming embers, exquisite tasty sausages “marretti” (lamb offal tightened in balls ).

There is no shortage of more elaborate preparations: rich vegetable flans, sumptuous timbales and parmigiane. For those who love seafood, the Adriatic fish-rich ensures dishes with superlative flavors: from appetizers based on seafood; to tasty fish soups, sea bream, sole, snapper and superfine scampi.