Puglia, the ideal destination for those who wish to discover an extraordinary land where history, art and nature mix. A place where the past echoes in the sumptuous monuments, in the churches, in the alleys of the historic centres and through ancient popular and religious traditions.

Walking along the Apulian roads you will be fascinated by breath-taking views with cliffs overlooking the sea, expanses of golden sand, alleys and lanes that alternate with the unspoiled nature of the Mediterranean scrub, centuries-old olive trees and lush vineyards.But Puglia is also gastronomic excellence.

Here you can enjoy dishes prepared following the recipes of the ancient tradition with genuine ingredients at 0 km of our land such as extra virgin olive oil, to be accompanied with excellent wine of our production.
Thanks to
the mild climate,
Puglia is a place
to visit all year
round and
everyone agrees.


5,6 Km / 12 min by car from the Masseria.
The town of Fasano can be found surrounded by oaks and chestnut trees. Its ancient walls preserve the old town center with its squares, whitewashed walls, arches and alleyways.


10,8 Km 12 min by car from the Masseria.

On a hillside with Mediterranean macchie (maquis schrubs) among centuries-­old olive trees, you can allow yourself to completely surrender to nature and allow imagination and reality to blend together.


11,8 km 17 min by car from the Masseria.

The city of Cisternino rises up in the unspoiled nature of the Mediterranean Macchia, overlooking the Valle d’Itria, and is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.


11,9 Km 18 min by car from the Masseria.
A few kilometers from the sea, near Fasano, is the archaeological park of Egnazia, which rises on the ancient ruins of the city of Egnathia.


14,4 km 23 min by car from the Masseria.
In the heart of the Valle d’Itria, nestled in a high plateau is Locorotondo, which owes its name to the characteristic circular shape (loco = place, rotondo = round). This particular shape characterizes the old town center of the town.


19,5 km 27 min by car from the Masseria.
Ostuni, known as “white city”, rises in the Valle d’Itria at 218 m asl. In panoramic position with breathtaking views in the midst of Mediterranean macchia and ancient monuments.


20,7 Km 35 min by car from the Masseria.
Between stone walls, trellis and fields, Martina Franca can be found, a perfect unity between art and history. The townscape of the old town center of Martina Franca is characterized by apartments.


20,8 Km 22 min by car from the Masseria.
Ancient walls that surround the remains of the Spanish era castle and reflect in the Adriatic Sea. Also called “the city of the 100 Contrade”.


21,1 Km 29 min by car from the Masseria.
In the heart of the Murgia dei Trulli, Alberobello, with its picturesque old town center, consists of trulli, the original stone houses.


28,2 Km 26 min by car from the Masseria.
One of the most beautiful locations of Apulia and also known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic” rises on a rocky steep slope overlooking the crystal-clear sea.


32,9 Km 32 min by car from the Masseria.
Castellana Grotte is especially known for the karst complex of the caves of Castellana. The caves of Castellana are a cave complex of Karnic origin, formed one hundred million years ago.


37,7 Km 33 min by car from the Masseria.
Conversano, a friendly little town in the Baresian hinterland, was once a fortress with megalithic walls stretching 790 m. Today it is an attraction for many tourists who want to discover the remains of the city walls.


42,6 Km 34 min by car from the Masseria.
The nature reserve Torre Guaceto stretches along the Adriatic coast for about 8 km. The landscape is characterized by coastal dunes, which reach a height of 13 meters in some places.


28 km 37 min by car from the Masseria.
Putignano, known for its traditional carnival, which has now taken place 62 times is an event of international renown among tourists. There is a carnival parade, which takes place every Sunday during the carnival season and is created by the experienced hands of local craftsmen. The characteristic mask of the events is called Farinella and owes its name to Putignano. Since 2006 a summer carnival has also been taking place.


64,1 Km 53 min by car from the Masseria.
As the capital of the region, Bari has a fundamental importance with regard to the Mediterranean countries. This is thanks to the strategic function of the port, the airport and the fair “Fiera del Levante”. The appearance of the city is often described as an eagle with bent wings, whose head is the small peninsula on which the original city center was built, Bari Vecchia (ancient Bari), a place with a variety of history, culture and tradition. A must is also a visit to the fair “Fiera del Levante” in September and for those who love folklore the feast of St. Nicholas, the holy patron of the city from 7th – May as well as in December.


51,8 Km 54 min by car from the Masseria.
Situated on a small hill just a few kilometers from Taranto, it is surrounded by lucious green and impressive gorges, where archaic lanes can still be seen. A place whose origins and livelihoods stem from the earth, which over the years has been skillfully transformed by the inhabitants into art. Grottaglie is, in fact, known for its fine works of terracotta. In the old town-center you can browse in over fifty stores with low carches. These have been operated for generations and showy plates, dishes, holy water basins, figurines as well as the famous “Pomi” made glazed ceramics, the symbols of Figula art from Grottaglie can be found. An art which we find also during the celebrations in honor of Saint Ciro as well as during the lighting of the great fire on 31 January.


95,4 km 1h 2min by car from the Masseria.
Lecce is the capital of Salento. Characterized by impressive palaces and churches from the Baroque period, which still stand between the streets


53 Km 1h 6 min by car from the Masseria.
The “city of the two seas” as it is also called because it is surrounded by a large and small sea. Throughout history, we find here the leading actors of important events, thanks to the strategic position


81,9 Km 1h 27 min by car from the Masseria.
In the heart of the Baroque hinterland, almost on the border with Basilicata, is the city of Altamura. The oldest part of the city is surrounded by walls and includes palaces, churches and the typical “Claustri”, small enclosed courtyards.


83,8 Km 1h 28 min by car from the Masseria.
Matera was declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage on 9 December 1993. It is the first place in southern Italy to receive this award.


133 km 1h 29 min by car from the Masseria.
The ancient town of Gallipoli, whose name means “beautiful city”, rises on a calcareous island and is connected to the mainland and the new city by a bridge built in the 20th century. This bridge was recently extended by another bridge towards the port. Small cobblestone streets from which you can see the sea carry you back into the past: over towering towers, tunnels and corridors as well as majestic halls. Among other events, we would recommend the Feast of the Protectorate of the Rosary (Madonna del Rosario) on the 8th of October, the Feast of Christina on the 23rd of July and the Swordfish Festival on the 27th of July.


118 Km 1h 33min by car from the Masseria.
Making the list of UNESCO world heritage monuments in 1996, this town lies on a gentle green hill, embedded in the National Park Alta Murgia. It is characteristic of the mysterious octagonal ground plan of the castle, which, according to experts, was perhaps used as an astronomical observatory or as an imposing hunting lock. It differs fundamentally from all other castles in Apulia and is mentioned in mysterious legends.


144 Km 1h 36 min by car from the Masseria.
Otranto is situated on a rocky promontory overlooking the sea. You can walk along the entire beach promenade or lose yourself in the small streets and alleys of the “ancient Borgo of Otranto”. The latter was declared a cultural heritage by Unesco because it is a place that serves as a “messenger of peace”. Outside of the inhabited center you will be enchanted by the emerald green lake. It lies between the coral-colored hills of the Bauxite cave.


177 Km 2h by car from the Masseria.
The outermost edge of Salento, where the Ionian and the Adriatic Sea meet. The bay is surmounted above the lighthouse, which is 47 m high and one of the most important in all of Italy. The perforated coast is a part of the Regional Natural Park Coast Otranto – Santa Maria di Leuca – Forest area Tricase and has a lot of natural caves, all accessible through the sea. The local fishermen are the true guardians of legends and tales, which are still passed down from generation to generation. On the beach promenade you will find elegant residences and villas in the Art Nouveau style.