Mare di Stelle
Enjoy your holidays in this exclusive and new apartment in an enviable sea location. A dream panorama combined with a modern Mediterranean flair awaits you in Castro Marina.
The marine motto is very important here. On entering the large terrace of the apartment Mare di Stelle, you will surely get the holiday mood: It opens a magnificent panorama of the crystal clear sea and the Salentine coast. Aparte wicker furniture on the terrazza allow relaxation in the sea. Of course you can also dine here. Especially in the evening it is nice when the horizon turns into a sea of stars (mare di stelle).
The new, sunlit apartment on the first floor (not counting the mezzanine) is accessible via two staircases, as well as the private (!) Lift, directly on the covered terrace as in a penthouse Porch leads. (The glass windows can be opened or closed depending on the weather). The beautiful white / aqua flow remind of a designer foulard. Consistently designed on the terrace as in the living area, they convey a flowing transition into the large living room. The open, as well as new kitchen is well equipped with dishwasher, fridge / freezer, 5-burner stove, oven.
The holiday residence Mare di Stelle has 2 bedrooms, d. H. 1 double and 1 twin room. For those who like to travel with a lot of luggage, another wardrobe is available in a niche.
The two bathrooms are of high quality (toilet, bidet, sprout heating and windows, washing machine available). Especially nice is the big crystal shower cabin. The apartment is air conditioned, so that it can be used ideally both in midsummer and in the cooler months. TV in the living room as in a bedroom.
On the property there is a private parking available for guests of the apartment.
In the immediate vicinity there are rocky beaches where you can swim, z. T. also with practical Badeplateaus on rocks and places for sun-hungry. Beautiful sandy beaches can be found in Alimini near Otranto. Castro is a beautiful seaside resort near Santa Cesarea Terme and Otranto. Like Ostuni, in 2013 he was awarded the Blue Ribbon, or the Blue Flag, for the excellent quality of the seawater.