Ancient and recently restored apartment located in a building dating back to the '500 located in the square of San Dana, an enchanting village near Santa Maria di Leuca. Two large fireplaces, thick walls and star vaults in Salerno's caprules. At San Dana it may seem that time has stopped. A handful of houses lying between the olive trees of the Salento countryside and no shop. Only the chimes of the church bell to weather the time. Ideal for relaxation and for a real vacation.
San Dana, a small hamlet of Gagliano del Capo, was probably a mass of Greek bishops of Santa Maria di Leuca. But its origins are much older, as evidenced by the pre-Byzantine testimonies of the Holy Apollonia crypt.
The sixteenth-century palace, characterized by an ancient olive-wood door, is entirely built in Salento carpaccio and overlooks the village square.
From the characteristic atrium, embellished by a cistern and an old stone tub, you access the staircase leading to the first floor. Here a small loggia lets you have breakfast outside looking at the sea on the horizon.
The romantic apartment has antique vaulted star vaulted ceilings and two large stone fireplaces.
The living area consists of a dining room with kitchenette and balcony and a comfortable living room which offers the possibility to accommodate two people for the night.
The bedroom, dominated by the evocative star vault, has a wall with ancient stone in which the bed seems embedded.