Villa Diana Holiday Apartments is a family-run property located in the countryside just 10 minutes from Lecce and the beach, a 45-minute drive from Brindisi airport.
The complex has 6 independent apartments with private areas and other shared facilities.
My mother Diana originally began the entire project more than 20 years ago, using local Apulian stone to renovate authentic apartments surrounded by olive groves, native plants and trees (prickly pear, yucca, arugula, orange trees, blackberry bushes...) You can recognize her work in the flowers and herbs pressed into some of the kitchen doors and the huge copper pots that serve as a hood over the stoves in the two stone houses. He also designed the pool by painting fish and turtles on the bottom, as if you were snorkeling in the sea.
We still maintain a pristine natural landscape that serves as a habitat for birds, butterflies, owls and other wildlife, while also adding new experiences such as the Glamping tent. As Joanna Lumley said "there's nothing like sleeping under the stars" with the sound of cicadas, and maybe even soaking in a hot tub heated by a wood stove.
Since we like our guests to discover and appreciate Puglia and Salento (the area that includes the province of Lecce and part of the province of Brindisi), I meet all guests upon their arrival to find out what they are interested in and provide information appropriate to their individual preferences including seasonally.
Book one of our spaces and spend an afternoon in the sun literally on the hotel pool. Sip tasty cocktails prepared with our bartenders in mind with a breathtaking view. Reserve your space directly at the beach club, a minimum order is required to make the reservation.
Guests of the 6 apartments can feel at home freely using all the facilities and services of the villa. We offer free Wi-Fi, swimming pool with Jacuzzi, private spaces, BBQ area, bicycles, tennis court (clay court, you can find rackets and balls on site. Tennis shoes are mandatory, no "running").
Each apartment has a private outdoor space