Salento is renowned for its golden sandy beaches, limestone cliffs plunging into the crystal clear sea and spectacular sea caves dotting the coast.
The nearest restaurant is in front of the property and others within a short distance. The typical village(Merine ) 500 mt away has everything guests need: supermarket, bar, bakery, fish market, pharmacy and more.
- Golf club: 5 min. drive away
- Riding stables: 1 km
- Beaches: 10 min. by car
To visit some places, we recommend renting a car
Salento's cities, including Lecce, Otranto and Gallipoli, are full of history and culture. Lecce is famous for its Baroque architecture, Otranto is known for its well-preserved historic center, and Gallipoli is a picturesque coastal town.
Local Cuisine: Salento cuisine is delicious, with fresh fish dishes, handmade pasta and specialties such as pasticciotto, a stuffed dessert. Local wines, including Negroamaro and Primitivo, are appreciated worldwide.
Folkloric Traditions: Salento is known for its folkloric traditions, including the "pizzica," a traditional dance related to holidays and popular music.
Nature Reserves: The region is home to nature reserves and regional parks that offer opportunities for hiking and birdwatching, such as the Porto Selvaggio and Palude del Capitano Regional Nature Park.
Beaches and Sea Caves: The Salento coastline is dotted with enchanting beaches and sea caves, including Grotta Zinzulusa and Grotta della Poesia.
Festivals and Traditions: The Salento is famous for its traditional festivals, including the Festival of Sant'Oronzo in Lecce and the Notte della Taranta, a folk music and dance festival.