The Masseria was built between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. After years of complete abandonment, it has recently undergone a conservative restoration with the aim of maintaining unchanged the original architectural features. In the realization, natural materials such as lime and hemp have been used. The Masseria is surrounded by dry stone walls, inside is furnished with design objects that combine tradition and innovation.
The vaulted ceilings and the cocciopesto floor characterize the structure of the rooms that have kept their original aspect intact, bringing back memories of the past. The design of the furnishings adds a note of modernity to those that are the values of the Salentine tradition.