|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
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The house is a lovely lamia (typical rural house of Valle d’Itria built with local stone) with swimming pool. It is located in the countryside of Serranova, just 5 km away from the sandy beaches of Torre Guaceto and Lido Specchiolla and the nature reserve of Torre Guaceto.
You can reach the property through a countryside pathway and an external gate. The back side of the property revels an exclusive 4x10 blu swimming pool equipped with sunbeds, loungers and a reed pergola for you to relax in the shade and enjoy outdoor dining.
Internally the environment is brightened with white tones of color. It is decorated and furnished in a shabby chic style, creating the ideal atmosphere for a romantic holiday. the entrance leads to a dining/kitchen area, a sleeping area with a double bed fashioned by the characteristic star vaulted ceilings and a bathroom with shower.
At sunset the beauty of this lamia is enhanced by artfully designed night lighting.
Ideal for couples and lovers of nature. There is a wide range of facilities available in the area: rural excursions by bike or by small train, sailing, scuba diving and diving courses, bird watching, etc.
The closest urban center of Serranova is just 1 km away but this impressively beautiful lamia is also in easy reach of some of the most renowned towns of the Brindisi area, such as the medieval towns of Ostuni, Cisternino and Ceglie Messapica.
is the capital of the Brindisi Province and it is situated along the
southern coast of the Adriatic Sea. The city is located between the
deep inlets which make Brindisi one of the most important natural
ports in the Mediterranean Sea. Brindisi has very ancient origins and
its historic relevance is proved by the direct connection to Rome
through the Via Appia, the first cobbled road in the Roman Empire.
city still remains a major harbour for trade with Greece and the
Middle East, but of the Roman Brindisi very little has unfortunately
left: of the two “Roman Columns”, which marked the end of the Via
Appia, only one still remains since the other was donated by the
citizens of Brindisi to the city of Lecce as a pedestal for the
Statue of the saint patron S. Oronzo.
Column is located at the top of a staircase facing the city’s
harbour and it introduces to the heart of the city for a visit to the
Cathedral, its square, the charming promenades flanked with shops,
cafè, bars and fish restaurants. Walking along the waterfront
(Lungomare) it is possible to admire some characteristic features of
Brindisi such as the imposing building erected after the First World
War as an Italian Navy War Memorial and a castle of great scenic
impact situated on one side of the harbour; another fascinating
fortress is located at the mouth of the port (Forte a Mare). Both
castles are a fine example of an eventful past of the city, even if
its most important period was between 1943 and 1944, when Brindisi
became the Capital of Italy for five months.
litoral is mainly rocky with little inlets but a few kilometers north
of the city the coast becomes sandy with the long beaches of Torre
Guaceto, an important wetland large about 1000 hectars, now WWF
natural protected area.
inland is particularly appreciated for its unique Valle D'Itria
setting, the marvellous Ostuni (known as the “Città Bianca” for
its white charming houses) and the suggestive Cisternino, a natural
balcon overlooking the plains until the city of Taranto.