Fantastic location for this stone villa in September on the coastline between Otranto and Santa Maria di Leuca. Surrounded by a large well-kept Mediterranean garden, from the many terraces you can enjoy stunning sea views of the coast of Salento and relax at night with great dinners. Behind the house, on a hill, there is so much countryside, perfect for Those Who want to hike and explore the Mediterranean forest.
A long stone staircase leads to the main entrance, where there is a beautiful mediterranean style porch.
Internally there is a kitchen and dining area with a typical barrel vaulted ceiling, from here an internal staircase leads to the first floor where there are three bedrooms: a triple bedroom, a bedroom with a double bed served by a bathroom with shower and a double bedroom served by a bathroom with shower. A small corridor leads to a terrace shared by all the bedrooms. There is a dog, Sem, That lives in a fenced area at the entrance of the villa on the first terrace
1. 5 Km Restaurant
2 Km shops, supermarkets, bank, Post Office, Court Theater
11 Km Santa Maria di Leuca
18 Km Maldives of Salento
43 Km Otranto
56 Km Gallipoli
65 Km Lecce
74 Km Golf Club Acaya
110 Km Brindisi Airport
218 Km Bari Airport
Generally on the Adriatic side, the coastline is caratterizzato by rocky cliffs with overhanging areas, many caves and some bays and natural creeks That fit in this awesome landscape. Spend a visit to Santa Maria di Leuca That sits on the southernmost tip of the Salento peninsula, bathed by two seas, the Ionian Sea to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the east. Subdivision of the town of Castrignano Cape Santa Maria di Leuca is a tourist center famous for its colorful natural landscapes That blend in with its majestic architecture. A few kilometers from Santa Maria di Leuca Patù stands, a small town rich in history, where once stood the Vereto Messapian town, destroyed by the Saracens and Whose traces still remain on the hill with the same name. The port of Vereto, Whose ruins are still visible under water, was located in the place of today's seaside resort Torre San Gregorio. Also of interest, the Centopietre, a funerary monument built with blocks of tufa stone from the city of Vereto. It is located near the church of San Giovanni Battista and its interior walls are covered with frescoes of great religious interest.
Heading north-west, we encounter Ugento, a renowned City of Art, Which like Patù, is located close to an ancient Messapian town, Whose remains and objects can be Admired at the Archaeological Museum. Further inland between Ugento and Tricase Porto (the area is known as the Hills of the Salento), there are many villages Whose historical centers are the most beautiful and characteristic of Salento. Among them, Acquarica del Capo with its imposing Sforzesco castle; Ruffano Whose hamlet, Torre Paduli, is known for its traditional dances simulating a fight; Reflects one of Italy's most beautiful village; Miggiano and its menhirs dating from the Bronze Age; Alessano with its cobblestone streets and palaces; Corsano and its beautiful marinas called Scalamasciu, Funnuvojere, Scala and the Preula Guardiola; Tiggiano and its Museum of Art and Philosophy; Tricase and its beautiful squares Square and Old Square Pisanelli.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£267|
Max 8 persons (2 more beds can be added on request)
Pets allowed on request
Required security deposit Eu 300 payable onsite in cash or traveler’s check
Heating to be paid onsite upon consumption
Final Cleaning Eu 150 to be paid onsite
Linen (bedroom, bathroom linen) to be rented on the spot Eu 15 per person
Extra beds exceeding 8 Eu 70 per week
Check in between 3.30 pm – 8 pm
Check out before 10 am on the day of departure