1 double bedroom + 2, 1 shower room
Nestled in the quiet of the Salento countryside amidst stretches of olive groves and vineyards, only a few kilometres from the fabulous beaches of the Ionic shore, Masseria Mezzaluna, features also a swimming pool, is an ideal retreat for those who wish to spend a holiday in the marvels and fragrances of an amazing natural environment without giving up the amenities and comfort expected of a modern home. This ancient traditional farmhouse, with its high star-vaulted and barrel-vaulted ceilings and its whitewashed walls, has been finely renovated and furnished in the typical Apulian farmhouse style.
Note: The most distinctive feature of this property is that although it has been split into three totally independent, fully accessorized units, it comes with a large furnished shared patio with dining tables and comfortable lounge chairs. This ideal common area allows a large group of people to enjoy one another’s company without giving up a certain degree of independence and privacy. Furthermore, the central - and largest - apartment has a dining table seating 12 people. The property is surrounded by lavish fields where canopy couches have been scattered in the middle of olive groves for lazy sunbathing afternoons after the beach and before the sunset happy hour.
Unit B (1 master bedroom +2):
Opens directly into a living room/kitchen with a table and benches seating 6 people, and 2 masonry single sofa beds. Also features a master bedroom with a fireplace and a comfortable ensuite bathroom with a extra-large shower. Outdoor table seating 8 people.
All the units come with a bathroom with a shower, a master bedroom, a kitchen with a 4-cooker top and gas oven, a refrigerator/freezer, a microwave oven, a toaster, an Espresso coffee/cappuccino maker. Air-conditioning in all the rooms (except bathrooms), 32" led HD TV set and Blu-Ray DVD player, Wi-Fi, iron, hairdryer. Shared-use washing machine and shower outside. The outdoor common areas feature 6 sunbeds, 3 double canopy couches, modular tables and benches to seat larger groups, swimming pool (3mt*10mt).
The weekly prices include 2-hour once a week housekeeping/cleaning (in high season), gas, water and electricity, bed & bath linen. Extra cleaning service is available on demand at the additional cost of 8,00 €/hour). End-of-stay cleaning is not included and will be charged 70,00 €, to be paid alongside with the balance.
To the sea: 2,4 km (Torre Ovo - fabulous beaches - Beach Club at Posto 9)
Downtown grocery shopping: Maruggio 3 km/Campomarino 4 km- port with boat rental available
Restaurants: Posto 9: 2,7 km; Campomarino - Fish store in the port with on- site pick-your-own fish eatery: 4 km
Taranto (ancient town of “Magna Graecia” also called ‘town of two seas’ - archeological museum): 41 km
Grottaglie (small town famous for its pottery handicrafts): 31 km
Lecce (capital of the Baroque): 57 km
Acaya 18-hole Golf Club: 57 km
Gallipoli (last outpost of Magna Graecia): 60 km
Santa Maria di Leuca (Finibus Terrae): 100 km
Otranto (with its Cathedral and beaches): 91 km
Brindisi (nearest airport): 60 km
Bari (airport):129 km
The weekly prices include: 2-hour once a week housekeeping/cleaning (in high season), gas, water and electricity, bed & bath linen. Extra cleaning service is available on demand at the additional cost of 8,00 €/hour). End-of-stay cleaning is not included and will be charged 70,00 €, to be paid alongside with the balance.
Guide of Apulia - Brindisi and Taranto
Founded by the Illyrians and guardian of historical testimonies, Brindisi plays an essential part in local tourism thanks to its port and airport. The construction of the Swabian castle of Brindisi also called the castle "di Terra" or castle "Svevo-Aragonese" dates back to 1227. Commissioned by...
Located on the Ionian coast, Taranto is also called "the city of two seas" for its particular setting. Indeed, there is a small gulf called the "Little Sea", and a large bay known as the "Great Sea". The old city is located on a small island connected to the mainland on one side by a stone bridge...
The archaeological site of Egnatia, marks the border between Bari and Brindisi. On this site once stood the city of Gnathian populated by successive civilizations including Messapians, Romans and Greeks. Inhabited since the Bronze Age, Egnatia played a central and strategic role in the trading...
The coast of the province of Brindisi is mainly made of sand dunes, with some rocky areas. From north to south:- Torre Canne:...
Important Events (dates are given for information and events are subject to change):- Christmas market, Ostuni:...
- Highway to Brindisi: SS613 from Lecce, SS16 from Bari, SS7 from Taranto; Highway to Taranto: A14 and...