T. Salentina - Cassetta Rossa
Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Apartment and tower sleeping a total of five guests, with large private swimming pool (18x8m)
Stincardia tu Salento (In the heart of Salento) is the characteristic dialect peculiar to this Greek speaking area: "Grecìa Salentina" , an area rich in culture and tradition, just 15 minutes (20 km ) from the most magical localities of the Adriatic and the Ionian see and also the baroque town of Lecce. Here within a lush and verdant oasis of palms and the wonderful Mediterranean garden, equipped with swimming pool, and in a relaxing atmosphere are Torretta Salentina and Casetta Rossa .
Both the cottages share the large pool (18 m x 8), and the car park. Barbeque, table tennis, the large roof terrace, external showers and car parking are all shared between the properties.
The owners live across the garden and offer family hospitality and breakfast which the guests will find in the apartments at their disposal. They are always available to consult with guests regarding suggested itineraries, the history, culture, wine and food of the region, to help them discover Puglia's treasures and make their stay an unforgettable one.
The property is only 20 minutes from the most beautiful beaches and tourist locality of Apulia. In the area there is an eighteen-hole golf course and a lot of traditional restaurants where one can taste the enormous variety of Italian dishes.
Casetta Rossa is a very charming and romantic cottage. It lies in the back garden of the property, and offers sufficient privacy. It consists of one bedroom (with double bed) old style furnishings, a living area with fully fitted kitchen and the bathroom (with shower). It is equipped with air conditioning, SAT TV,dvd and cd player, coffee/tea facilities. Large roof terrace outside with all garden furniture.
The apartments are equipped with:
Oven in the torretta and microwave and small electric oven in the casetta
Towels and sheets
Outside showers for the pool
Use of swimming pool
Also on request:
Additional maid service,
Dinner prepared for you around the pool,
Washing machine and iron.
** Please note that the low season prices do not include Xmas, New Year or Easter.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Table tennis, Satellite TV|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||Double beds (1)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Shared garden, BBQ|
The Puglia/Molise region
A stunning coastline, idyllic rural landscapes and a hot and sunny climate combine to make Apulia one of Italy's best treasured secrets and even today Puglia, to give its Italian name, is more popular as a summer retreat for Italian holiday-makers than for their foreign counterparts.
Puglia is a long thin region running down the Adriatic coast along the south and east of Italy's heel, so nothing is very far away from the beach. It's geographical location, linking Europe with Africa and the Middle East, has for millennia given it huge symbolism and no little importance as a meeting point for the diverse cultures which have helped shape our modern civilisation.
In northern Puglia, around Italy's spur, is the home of the Gargano National Park, a varied park of forest, arid step and sheer limestone cliffs which mantles the striking promontory.
Of the 270 or so species of nesting birds in Italy the park boasts an incredible 170 of them, testimony to its biodiversity, varied topology and the care with which it is all looked after by its proud people.
With such a conducive climate wine and olive oil are two of the region's most traditional and important products and this is reflected in the landscape, with the rich red soil hosting mile upon mile of ancient olive groves and vineyards.
But the Puglia landscape is much more than just vines and olive trees. It is a fascinating and unique tapestry of sand and stone, gentle rolling hills topped with the dazzling white architecture of the local towns, pasture and wheat fields, fruit orchards and stunning silent coves with crystal clear seas ideal for diving.
Medieval island castles and fortresses, sometimes with the Adriatic lapping at their very gates typify the coastline, along with rocky cliffs and sandy beaches, making Puglia a paradise for those with a love of the sea.
Naturally seafood is one of the principal staples on any menu but Puglia is also noted for its durum wheat and tomatoes, which form the basis for many mouth-watering pasta dishes.
And culturally Puglia is blessed with a host of museums and architectural and archaeological gems which recount the history of the region. From the trulli, the small beehive like dry-stone cathedrals that were traditionally the home of many in the area, to the masserie or farms, which take much of their inspired design from Roman villas and which still form the backbone of today's agricultural architecture.
In the larger towns and cities such as Bari and Lecce the variety of architecture is even greater and the latter, with its magnificent and ornate cathedral and other fine baroque architecture, rightly stakes claim to the title "Florence of the South."
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