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la vigna vecchia – Home 4564083 Villa

  • 8 bedrooms
  • 14 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Villa / 8 bedrooms / 8 bathrooms / sleeps 14

Key Info

  • Nearest beach 10 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car essential
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

A real jewel immersed in ancient olive groves that characterize these areas so cared for and loved by Mother Nature. It is located in one of the most picturesque districts of Fasano: Conca d'Oro, and is easily accessible from the highway and very close to the points of interest in the area. This stunning property with pool offers apartments with a veranda and a large common area of about 150 square meters . Situated between Bari and Brindisi, La Vigna Vecchia is located in a quiet location, 2 km from Fasano. The residence offers an outdoor pool and spacious rooms with garden views. Savelletri Beach is a 15-minute drive away. 10 km south of the residence you can visit the picturesque town of Locorotondo in Itria Valley. The area is also famous for its Trulli, traditional stone huts with conical roofs, found only in Puglia.

Location description from owner

The Puglia region

Fasano, also known as the''

A real jewel immersed in ancient olive groves that characterize these areas so cared for and loved by Mother Nature. It is located in one of the most picturesque districts of Fasano: Conca d'Oro, and is easily accessible from the highway and very close to the points of interest in the area. This stunning property with pool offers apartments with a veranda and a large common area of about 150 square meters . Situated between Bari and Brindisi, La Vigna Vecchia is located in a quiet location, 2 km from Fasano. The residence offers an outdoor pool and spacious rooms with garden views. Savelletri Beach is a 15-minute drive away. 10 km south of the residence you can visit the picturesque town of Locorotondo in Itria Valley. The area is also famous for its Trulli, traditional stone huts with conical roofs, found only in Puglia.

Location description from owner

The Puglia region

Fasano, also known as the'' City of 'oil'', is located at the center of an imaginary triangle whose vertices the city of Bari, Brindisi and Taranto, about 50 km away from Fasano, the town marks the border between the Salento and the Land of Bari The municipality, together with the nearby Cisternino, he was attached to the new province in 1927; in 1955 he was presented to the House by Congresswoman Mary Chieco Bianchi a bill to bring the city into the territory of Bari.

Fasano is the most populous municipality in the Province of Brindisi, after the capital. It is bordered to the north by the town of Monopoli, on the south by the towns of Ostuni and Cisternino, to the east by the Adriatic Sea, west with the municipalities of Locorotondo and Alberobello. The city is located in a flat area 111 meters above sea level, characterized by numerous olive trees. The municipal area marks the boundary between the northern Salento and the Moors and extends from the hills (with an altitude of about 450 meters above sea level) to the sea. The hills and the plains are composed of limestone with the presence of a few karst caves. The hills are covered with oaks, vineyards and Mediterranean vegetation. The plain is instead used for growing vegetables and ancient olive trees. The coast, in the area of ??Savelletri is primarily made up of cliffs and sandy coves. The area of ??Torre Canne has coastal dunes, beaches and wetlands with characteristic Mediterranean (kept by the Regional Natural Park Coastal Dunes at Torre San Leonardo).

The population is distributed to just over 70% in cities and the remainder resides in the villages, particularly at the municipal districts of Pieces of Greek and Montalbano.

Fasano is characterized by a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers, long and often very humid.

Fasano comes from Casale di Santa Maria di Fajano (Sancta Maria de Fajano), founded in 1088 as a part of the population who had abandoned the ruins of Egnatia, one of the most important places on the ancient Via Traiana with its important port. With the fall of the Western Roman city of Egnatia was gradually abandoned. The emigrants fled in small villages rock founding, several houses around the countryside of Fasano and Monopoli. Meanwhile Egnatia was repeatedly plundered by various invaders who took turns in Puglia. In the fourteenth century it became a fief of the Knights of Malta in 1450 and manages to reach the 500 inhabitants counting 54 families. On June 2, 1678 the Fasano live the memorable event: Victory against the Turks. It is said that the Virgin Mary appeared in the sky to lead the opposition of Fasano against Turkish pirates, landed at night with the intent to plunder the city. The moment of glory, since that day, every year, is remembered with the Scamiciata, on the occasion of the Feast of the patron saints: Saint John the Baptist and St. Mary of the Well Faceto. The cult of the Madonna del Pozzo is tied to a legend: the peasants while digging a well, in a small farming town (near the present village of Pozzo Faceto) with the Sanctuary, they miraculously found, the image of the Madonna painted on a stone, from that moment Lady of the Well Faceto became the protectress of Fasano. In the second half of the eighteenth century Fasano recovers quickly and appears to have about 7,000 inhabitants, and in 1799 also contributes to the Neapolitan Revolution Ciaia with Ignatius, who for a few days before the end, is one of the pillars that hold the fate of the Republic to

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Fasano, also known as the'' City of 'oil'', is located at the center of an imaginary triangle whose vertices the city of Bari, Brindisi and Taranto, about 50 km away from Fasano, the town marks the border between the Salento and the Land of Bari The municipality, together with the nearby Cisternino, he was attached to the new province in 1927; in 1955 he was presented to the House by Congresswoman Mary Chieco Bianchi a bill to bring the city into the territory of Bari.

Fasano is the most populous municipality in the Province of Brindisi, after the capital. It is bordered to the north by the town of Monopoli, on the south by the towns of Ostuni and Cisternino, to the east by the Adriatic Sea, west with the municipalities of Locorotondo and Alberobello. The city is located in a flat area 111 meters above sea level, characterized by numerous olive trees. The municipal area marks the boundary between the northern Salento and the Moors and extends from the hills (with an altitude of about 450 meters above sea level) to the sea. The hills and the plains are composed of limestone with the presence of a few karst caves. The hills are covered with oaks, vineyards and Mediterranean vegetation. The plain is instead used for growing vegetables and ancient olive trees. The coast, in the area of ??Savelletri is primarily made up of cliffs and sandy coves. The area of ??Torre Canne has coastal dunes, beaches and wetlands with characteristic Mediterranean (kept by the Regional Natural Park Coastal Dunes at Torre San Leonardo).

The population is distributed to just over 70% in cities and the remainder resides in the villages, particularly at the municipal districts of Pieces of Greek and Montalbano.

Fasano is characterized by a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers, long and often very humid.

Fasano comes from Casale di Santa Maria di Fajano (Sancta Maria de Fajano), founded in 1088 as a part of the population who had abandoned the ruins of Egnatia, one of the most important places on the ancient Via Traiana with its important port. With the fall of the Western Roman city of Egnatia was gradually abandoned. The emigrants fled in small villages rock founding, several houses around the countryside of Fasano and Monopoli. Meanwhile Egnatia was repeatedly plundered by various invaders who took turns in Puglia. In the fourteenth century it became a fief of the Knights of Malta in 1450 and manages to reach the 500 inhabitants counting 54 families. On June 2, 1678 the Fasano live the memorable event: Victory against the Turks. It is said that the Virgin Mary appeared in the sky to lead the opposition of Fasano against Turkish pirates, landed at night with the intent to plunder the city. The moment of glory, since that day, every year, is remembered with the Scamiciata, on the occasion of the Feast of the patron saints: Saint John the Baptist and St. Mary of the Well Faceto. The cult of the Madonna del Pozzo is tied to a legend: the peasants while digging a well, in a small farming town (near the present village of Pozzo Faceto) with the Sanctuary, they miraculously found, the image of the Madonna painted on a stone, from that moment Lady of the Well Faceto became the protectress of Fasano. In the second half of the eighteenth century Fasano recovers quickly and appears to have about 7,000 inhabitants, and in 1799 also contributes to the Neapolitan Revolution Ciaia with Ignatius, who for a few days before the end, is one of the pillars that hold the fate of the Republic to

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Bed & bathroom

  • 8 Double Beds, 2 Cots available
  • 8 Family bathrooms

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Air conditioning
  • Private outdoor pool (unheated)
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Solarium or roof terrace
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • High chair available
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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About the owner

Gregorio V
Calendar updated::
08 Aug 2014

Languages spoken: English


This Villa has 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms and sleeps 14. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 01 Jul 2014. Located in Fasano, the average weekly rate is £0.

The property’s calendar was last updated on 08 Aug 2014.

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