3 double bedrooms + 2
Villa Celeste is just 50 meters from the sea (sandy beaches) and 12 km from the beautiful city of Lecce, which has an impressive artistic and architectural heritage and a colourful night-life in the old town.
The villa is on two levels and has a private garden, fenced and decorated with flowers and plants. On the ground floor, the annex has a bedroom, a shower room, a kitchen and a small living room with sofa bed (it is possible to add an extra bed).
An external staircase leads to the first floor consisting of: a bright living room furnished with sofas, opening onto a beautiful large covered terrace with sea view, equipped with garden furniture and a table; a kitchen; two double bedrooms, each with access to the balcony; and two shower rooms (one for the exclusive use of one of the rooms). Hot air or cold air conditioner in both bedrooms and living room.
San Cataldo is Lecce's marina with restaurants, small supermarkets, beach resorts such as the Mancarella or the Ponticello and a nice walk by the sea with benches and flower beds. There are sailing courses in San Cataldo and at a few minutes drive (5 km), the Golf Club of Acaya and the beautiful beaches of Torre dell'Orso.
Please know that, as provided by the law and to be paid with the rental balance, it is required the payment of the tourist tax, amounting to € 2,00 per person per day from May to September, whereas to € 1,00 per person per day from October to April, over a maximum of 5 consecutive days. Exempt: children under 12 y.o.; disabled people; children under 18 y.o. in families with 3+ children staying all in the same property.
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