From our location, at the heart of Apulia, you can easily reach and visit the whole region:

- Ostuni, the world-renowned White City, dazzling in the daylight, cozy and breathtaking at the sunset;

- Lecce, the baroque capital of the evocative territory known as Salento, the most South-Eastern area of Italy's heel;

- Gallipoli, the queen of the Basso Ionio, located on the West coast of Apulia;

- Otranto, the mystical pearl of the low Salento on the Adriatic coast;

- Monopoli and its unique harbor overlooking the Med;

- Polignano a Mare, the delicious sea-town with its grottoes and caverns;

- Alberobello, Cisternino, Martina Franca and the Valle d'Itria or Valley of the Trulli.


You can enjoy delicious gourmet experiences along:

- the Extra Virgin Olive Oil Route 'Collina di Brindisi', Carovigno, San Vito dei Normanni, San Michele Salentino, Ceglie Messapica, Cisternino, Fasano (...and Ostuni);

- the 8 official Wine Routes, or Strade del Vino, heading towards Brindisi and Taranto from Bari, with 80 recommended wineries.


But you can also - simply - walk, bike and horse-ride on the Via Traiana: discovering the countryside and its monumental old-century olive trees, visiting San Michele Arcangelo crypt and its Byzantine mosaic, or purely enjoying the sun and the sea of the Mediterranean coast.

La masseria

The Masseria Palombara Grande was built in 1776 above an ancient underground oil-mill...

The church

The church was built 13 years after the main living quarters and is located next to the Masseria.

The citrus orchard

The orchard is constructed of raised stone squares inside which lemon, orange, rare bergamot...

Our rooms: to live your exclusive holidays in Puglia

Obtained in the ancient shelters, they all have a private bathroom and a veranda with the possibility of a sea view.