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Description Agriturismo Tenuta Specolizzi Salve - Farm Holidays in provincia di Lecce

The holiday farm Specolizzi is located near the S.P. of Presicce -Lido Marini and allows you to reach in a short time interesting towns such as Gallipoli, Santa Maria di Leuca, Otranto and Lecce. The holiday farm is situated 100 metres above sea level and is surrounded by olives, figs, oleanders, eucalyptuses and pine trees, it is the ideal place to spend quiet and relaxing days with a very welcoming atmosphere. The proprietors Mario and Silvana, offer an unusual breakfast - dinner (from 9.00 a.m. to 11. 00 a.m.) based on the traditional flavours of farm cuisine supported by Silvana's creativity! breakfast-dinner can be taken on a beautiful patio near the atrium, which looks out onto a superb swimming pool and is surrounded by palm trees and lush Mediterranean plants rich in colour, enjoy your meal amongst the breeze and beautiful scents of the gardens.

Informazioni camere Agriturismo Tenuta Specolizzi Salve

he farm is completly enclosed. The structure is made up of two main buildings,a towering recovery for tools and a courty shed of XIX century furnished with an hayloft and a drinking trough. Both them have been renovated and enlarged in respect of the architectonic rules of rural tradition. Here are the kinds of rooms and flats you can find: double rooms, double rooms with joined bed, communicating rooms ideal for family and flats supplied with kitchenette. All the rooms and flats are furnished in very good taste and supplied with private shower box, indipendent air conditioning, fridge, phon and TV; as far as rooms are concerned,the farm provides for the services of daily cleaning, twice weekly change of bathroom linen and weekly change of bed linen; as far as flats are concerned,are inclused water,power and gas consuption,kitchenware and weekly change of bed,bathroom and kitchen linen; furthermore,all the lodgings are supplied with a table and chairs furnished little garden. Outside, guests have at their disposal a lovely atrium with tables, seats and a green area.

Catering Agriturismo Tenuta Specolizzi Salve

Mario and Silvana offer a bruch from 9:00 to 11:00 with some traditional salentine products representing the most distinctive specialities of this land:jams, sweetmeats, traditional cakes, dried tomatoes, lampascioni, capperi...
The uniqueness of raw materials and working technics result from all those traditions coming from rural culture.

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Specolizzi farm also gives several chances to make the holiday memorable, such as boat trips, walking tours, and interesting folklore parties in someone of the villages nearby. Also available are food tasting in local restaurants, cultural plays in a traditional theatre, and tour guides to historical centres such as the laboratory of paper-mâché, leccese stones and giunco stones.

Informazioni zona

Puglia panhandle into the sea, beautiful garden overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, network of roads and maritime trades. Puglia, region where every foreigner is warmly welcomed and every needy is lent a helping hand. Guests are here to behold… try and guess how they will be treated.

LECCE also known as the capital of the Baroque style, "the Florence of Puglia" rich in incredibly beautiful monuments. A walk in the streets of the city centre - near Porta Rudiae - will be enough to admire many majestic sites, such as the Basilica di Santa Croce (Basilica of Saint Croce), Piazza del Duomo (Dome square), Chiese di SS. Nicolò e Cataldo (Churches of Saints Niccolò and Cataldo, commissioned by Tancredi), Chiesa di S. Matteo and Del Rosario (Churches of S. Matthew and of the Holy Rosary), l'Anfiteatro Flavio (The Flavio Amphitheatre), Palazzo del Governo (Palace of the Government), now seat of the Administration of the Province of Lecce (names have been given in their original forms, as well as in a translated one). In these Baroque-style Churches there are many bas-reliefs, made of a particulary soft local stone known as "tufo".

Otranto is eastern-most tip of Italy. Anciently known as "Hydruntum", Otranto was, for many years, the most important centre of the entire Salento: Those days commercial exchanges were flourishing, and from Hydruntum cristian expeditions set off for battle. In 1480 the byzantines' occupation put an end to the town's splendour. On that occasion the local people put up heroic resistance for 15 days, then the besieged town fell in the hands of the invaders. Locally known as "the pearl of Salento" for its beaches, Otranto is rich in tourist facilities and sights, such as the old town - lined up with small outlets swarming with people - and the majestic Aragonese Castle.
The fortification, surrounded by a wide moat, overlooks the main access-road into town, whereas a big spike overlooks the sea. Its circular towers and its walls, kept in almost perfect conditions, are a clear example of open-sky architecture. Through a maze of narrow streets paved in pebblestone it is possible to reach the "Cattedrale dell'Annunziata" (Cathedral of the Announcer), while beholding the beautiful baroque-style decorations over the portal. Beautiful is the fretworked 16-spoke rose window. Inside the Cathedral on the floor is a beautiful mosaic representing a huge tree of life.

Gallipoli - whose meaning in Greek (Kalé polis) is beautiful city - is known as the Queen of the low Ionian region. Among its attractions is the old town, located on a little island (connected to the city centre by a bridge), some wonderful churches - with their façades made of a local sandy stone called "carparo" - gleaming in the sunset light, the "Cattedrale di S. Agata" (St. Agatha Cathedral), the "Chiesa di S. Francesco d'Assisi" (Church of St. Francis from Assisi), where the "Mallandrone", a wooden baroque-style crucifix is keptTthe "Castello Aragonese" (Aragonese Castle), standing out beside the fish market, seems to pop right out of the sea. The "Fontana Greca" (Greek Fountain), built during the Roman period and restored in 1547, is made of two façades with high reliefs representing scenes of classic mythology.

S.M. di Leuca southern-most tip of Salento, is the place where the seas surrounding salentine coasts (Adriatic and Ionian ones) meet (at Punta Ristola). A lighthouse, 47 metres high and 102 metres above sea level, overlooks the town from a promontory. Its beacons are visible 26.5 miles away from the lighthouse. The "Santuario della Madonna di S.M. di Leuca" (Sanctuary of the Holy Mother of Leuca), built on the ruins of a temple dedicated to Minerva, has been destroyed and rebuilt several times over the centuries. Thanks to Its geographical position Leuca has gained the appellation of "Santuario de Finibus Terrae" (Sanctuary of the Finibus Terrae), like a place of cult situated in the western-most place of Brittany. A monumental water fall, built as the terminal part of the "Acquedotto Pugliese" - Aqueduct of Puglia, the regional system of waterways, which is the biggest one in Europe - is made up of a cascade and two flights of stairs of more than 300 steps each links up the local Port to the Sanctuary.

Norma di cancellazione

If cancelled up to 30 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled up to 21 days before date of arrival, 30 percent of all nights will be charged.
If cancelled up to 14 days before date of arrival, 65 percent of all nights will be charged.
If cancelled up to 7 days before date of arrival, 80 percent of all nights will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged..


Agriturismo Tenuta Specolizzi

Farm Holidays, Masseria, Bed and breakfast, Farm holidays

Address Agriturismo Tenuta Specolizzi

S.P. Presicce-Lido Marini
Salve
73050 Salve (LE)

By car: Motor way A14 Bologna-Bari, exit Bari north direction Brindisi-Lecce; before arriving to Lecce enter the west by-pass (tangenziale ovest). Take the national road SS 101 direction Gallipoli and follow the national road SS 274 in the direction of Santa Maria of Leuca, take the exit Presicce-Lido Marini, follow Lido Marini for 5 km;

by plane: from Brindisi airport (circa 90km.). Lecce train station circa 55km. shuttle available from airport / train station, payment required on booking. It is possible to hire a car through Specolizzi farm

Main towns distance
65 Km Lecce
50 Km Otranto
30 Km Gallipoli
15 Km S.M. di Leuca

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Description
Characteristics: Masseria, Bed and breakfast, Farm holidays
Location: Countryside
Services: Bar, 24-Hour front desk, Parking, Baby Sitting, Swimming pool, Facilities for disabled, Pets allowed, Internet services, Luggage Storage, Beach, Garden, Amusement park for children, Bicycle hire, Airport shuttle, Fax/Photocopying, Laundry, Solarium

Informations about the area

Puglia panhandle into the sea, beautiful garden overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, network of roads and maritime trades. Puglia, region where every foreigner is warmly welcomed and every needy is lent a helping hand. Guests are here to behold… try and guess how they will be treated.

LECCE also known as the capital of the Baroque style, "the Florence of Puglia" rich in incredibly beautiful monuments. A walk in the streets of the city centre - near Porta Rudiae - will be enough to admire many majestic sites, such as the Basilica di Santa Croce (Basilica of Saint Croce), Piazza del Duomo (Dome square), Chiese di SS. Nicolò e Cataldo (Churches of Saints Niccolò and Cataldo, commissioned by Tancredi), Chiesa di S. Matteo and Del Rosario (Churches of S. Matthew and of the Holy Rosary), l'Anfiteatro Flavio (The Flavio Amphitheatre), Palazzo del Governo (Palace of the Government), now seat of the Administration of the Province of Lecce (names have been given in their original forms, as well as in a translated one). In these Baroque-style Churches there are many bas-reliefs, made of a particulary soft local stone known as "tufo".

Otranto is eastern-most tip of Italy. Anciently known as "Hydruntum", Otranto was, for many years, the most important centre of the entire Salento: Those days commercial exchanges were flourishing, and from Hydruntum cristian expeditions set off for battle. In 1480 the byzantines' occupation put an end to the town's splendour. On that occasion the local people put up heroic resistance for 15 days, then the besieged town fell in the hands of the invaders. Locally known as "the pearl of Salento" for its beaches, Otranto is rich in tourist facilities and sights, such as the old town - lined up with small outlets swarming with people - and the majestic Aragonese Castle.
The fortification, surrounded by a wide moat, overlooks the main access-road into town, whereas a big spike overlooks the sea. Its circular towers and its walls, kept in almost perfect conditions, are a clear example of open-sky architecture. Through a maze of narrow streets paved in pebblestone it is possible to reach the "Cattedrale dell'Annunziata" (Cathedral of the Announcer), while beholding the beautiful baroque-style decorations over the portal. Beautiful is the fretworked 16-spoke rose window. Inside the Cathedral on the floor is a beautiful mosaic representing a huge tree of life.

Gallipoli - whose meaning in Greek (Kalé polis) is beautiful city - is known as the Queen of the low Ionian region. Among its attractions is the old town, located on a little island (connected to the city centre by a bridge), some wonderful churches - with their façades made of a local sandy stone called "carparo" - gleaming in the sunset light, the "Cattedrale di S. Agata" (St. Agatha Cathedral), the "Chiesa di S. Francesco d'Assisi" (Church of St. Francis from Assisi), where the "Mallandrone", a wooden baroque-style crucifix is keptTthe "Castello Aragonese" (Aragonese Castle), standing out beside the fish market, seems to pop right out of the sea. The "Fontana Greca" (Greek Fountain), built during the Roman period and restored in 1547, is made of two façades with high reliefs representing scenes of classic mythology.

S.M. di Leuca southern-most tip of Salento, is the place where the seas surrounding salentine coasts (Adriatic and Ionian ones) meet (at Punta Ristola). A lighthouse, 47 metres high and 102 metres above sea level, overlooks the town from a promontory. Its beacons are visible 26.5 miles away from the lighthouse. The "Santuario della Madonna di S.M. di Leuca" (Sanctuary of the Holy Mother of Leuca), built on the ruins of a temple dedicated to Minerva, has been destroyed and rebuilt several times over the centuries. Thanks to Its geographical position Leuca has gained the appellation of "Santuario de Finibus Terrae" (Sanctuary of the Finibus Terrae), like a place of cult situated in the western-most place of Brittany. A monumental water fall, built as the terminal part of the "Acquedotto Pugliese" - Aqueduct of Puglia, the regional system of waterways, which is the biggest one in Europe - is made up of a cascade and two flights of stairs of more than 300 steps each links up the local Port to the Sanctuary.

Location Agriturismo Tenuta Specolizzi Salve

By car: Motor way A14 Bologna-Bari, exit Bari north direction Brindisi-Lecce; before arriving to Lecce enter the west by-pass (tangenziale ovest). Take the national road SS 101 direction Gallipoli and follow the national road SS 274 in the direction of Santa Maria of Leuca, take the exit Presicce-Lido Marini, follow Lido Marini for 5 km;

by plane: from Brindisi airport (circa 90km.). Lecce train station circa 55km. shuttle available from airport / train station, payment required on booking. It is possible to hire a car through Specolizzi farm

Main towns distance
65 Km Lecce
50 Km Otranto
30 Km Gallipoli
15 Km S.M. di Leuca

Accommodation conditions Agriturismo Tenuta Specolizzi

Cancellation If cancelled up to 30 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled up to 21 days before date of arrival, 30 percent of all nights will be charged.
If cancelled up to 14 days before date of arrival, 65 percent of all nights will be charged.
If cancelled up to 7 days before date of arrival, 80 percent of all nights will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged..


Children One child under 3 years stays free of charge when using existing bedding.
Check-In 17:00 - 21:00
Check-Out 10:00 - 11:00
Accepted credit cards American Express, Maestro, CartaSi, Diners Club, Euro/Mastercard, Visa

 

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