In the peace of an ancient Salento olive grove of 3.500 sqm, set in front of the Ionian Sea, this beautiful villa is located just 200 meters from the sea, adjacent to an authentic and centuries-old Pajara (ancient stone house of the Salento) completely restored.
The ancient pajara is named after its owner, Chicca, my grandmother, who in this ancient house spent her childhood summers with parents and brothers, families from peasants' origins, to take care of summer crops and olive groves , According to Salento's agricultural tradition.
The house has two bedrooms (both double, one with separate beds), 1 bathroom with shower and the private pajara is used as a third bedroom (double); Under a wooden canopy with exposed beams and sliding glass doors that make it very airy and bright, there is the living room furnished with a fully equipped kitchen, from which you can enjoy a beautiful view of the garden and glimpse of the sea; Adjacent to the living room, under the majestic shade of a splendid centennial olive grove, we can find a relaxation area with sea views, furnished with deckchairs, an open fireplace, a "pile" (old washbasin) and a table, all in stone Use for outdoor dining and dinners.
The house is perfect for those who love the quiet countryside just a stone's throw from the sea, in a private and relaxing environment.
Linen and towels included.
Pets are welcome (extra charge of 50 euros).
Very spacious covered car space (2/3 car).
Free and unlimited Wi-Fi, air conditioning, television with digital terrestrial, washing machine, barbecue, outdoor shower completely closed and private, 2 hammocks and 2 bicycles.
You will find on your arrival a small surprise: "frise" (typical Apulian bread), tomatoes and oil of our production, to welcome you in the best way and teach you to "pat" (soften the bread wet with water) and enjoy a frisa!
You will have available the exclusive villa, immersed in the quiet of the Salento countryside, enjoying an olive grove of 3. 500 sqm (private and owned), the flowered garden and the Mediterranean, letting lulled by the summer breeze on hammocks hanging from pine trees tall seafarers.
You will be immersed in the greenery but you can easily walk to Pozzo Pasulo beach, with low rock suitable for the youngest ones, who will venture out to discover the seabed, and in a few minutes the town of Torre Vado where you will find bars, restaurants Typical supermarkets, supermarkets, artisan ice cream parlors, and the sandy beaches of Pescoluse, the famous Maldives of Salento.