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Vigne di Salmina

Vigne di Salamina is set in a unique position, nestling in the hills surrounding the Itria Valley, looking out over the beaches of the Adriatic and caressed by the magnificent Apulian countryside.
Here, since time immemorial, Man has adapted the land to his own needs, while respecting its original character.
Here, the fruits of their labours have now transformed into an invitation to come and relax, to become one with nature.
Here, all of your senses are pleasantly reawakened by nature: your ear will be lulled by the chirping of cicadas and crickets, by the jangling song of the Serins; your eye will be enchanted by the beauty of the vistas, from the blues of the horizon to the silvery-green foliage of the olive trees; your nose enthralled by the fragrant caper, lentisk, rosemary, myrtle, laurel and thyme; your sense of touch charmed by the authentic stone, wood and wrought iron; your palate enticed by the delicious local cuisine.
All of this makes Vigne di Salamina an oasis of relaxation for mind and body, ready to welcome you with open arms into the comforts provided by the accommodation, in places such as trullo Monte Zuzzu, la Lamia, la Casa d’Estate, la Casa d’Inverno, to enchant you with the splendid panoramic views from its private terraces, to spoil you amongst the jet sprays in the large heated outside panoramic whirlpool.

THE SURROUNDINGS
The strategic position of Vigne di Salamina, halfway between the sea and the Itria Valley, makes every season a blend of countryside and sea, of nature and culture, art and tradition, discovering all of the surprising wealth of this outstanding area, and of Puglia in general: from the famous natural attractions such as the Castellana Caves and the safari park in Fasano, to the enchanting old cities of Ostuni, Alberobello and the other towns of the Itria valley, to the great medieval monuments of Bari, Castel del Monte, and Trani, not forgetting the Baroque treasures of Lecce and Martina Franca.

Living in a trullo
Living in a trullo is a unique experience - little rooms with a domed ceiling; conical roofs built out of blocks of white calcareous stone, crowned by curious pinnacles of all different shapes; thick walls which keep the inside cool during the heat of summer, but warm in winter; recesses in the walls; set in pleasant age-old welcoming countryside, with an assortment of seasonal fragrances.

Services:
Outside shower secluded among the olive branches;
a splendid barbecue next to two large Mexican agave plants;
a large heated whirlpool for 7 people, on the panoramic roof terrace
a professional chef is available to come and cook a top-quality typical Apulian meal for you;
cleaning service with weekly linen change;
more frequent cleaning and linen change on request.

Rental period from Saturday to Saturday. Includes electricity and gas, bedding, towels and kitchen linen.

Vigne di Salamina is an original, unique place, with a panoramic view over ancient olive trees all the way down to the sea. Il Trullo, la Lamia, Casa d’Estate and Casa d’Inverno all have private bath and terrace, and can accommodate either a couple, a family or a small group of friends (up to a maximum of ten people).

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Trullo Monte Zuzzu,
An ancient three-coned structure , completely refurbished in line with tradition and perfectly suited to the modern visitor’s needs. Trullo Monte Zuzzu has a living room, a sofa bed with twin mattresses and a double room. Recesses in the walls serve as bedside tables and as a wardrobe, a wooden chest of drawers hides a large recess for suitcases and other bulky objects. A characteristic archway leads from the living room to a cosy kitchen equipped with everything you will need. The trullo is ideal either for a couple or for a family with one or two children, and has a bathroom with shower and a panoramic terrace with furniture.

The “lamia”:
Next to the trullo is a so-called “lamia”, a typical stone construction with a “tortoiseshell” roof, which has a double bedroom with recesses, wardrobe, and shower room. On the outside, there is a lovely terrace with table, chairs and bench carved in stone, shaded by thriving plants such as rosemary, caper and bay.

La Casa d’Estate
Perched on a natural terrace, amongst ancient olive and citrus groves, Casa d’Estate is a charming house for two in perfect Mediterranean style, where the whitewash sets off the natural elegance of the wood and the traditional appeal of the wrought iron, while the windows provide a frame for a view which looks more like a painting.
The house has a double bedroom with bathroom, living room, kitchen and a large patio with a view to the horizon, and is the ideal solution for fully enjoying a spectacle encompassing the true vitality of nature.

La Casa d’Inverno
Casa d’inverno, the winter house, has a large fireplace, a source of warmth and comfort, perfect for autumn and winter breaks, a heart-warming secluded refuge for those looking for the quiet of the countryside during cooler periods of the year. Made up of a spacious double room, a living room with a sofa-bed, fireplace, large window, kitchenette and bathroom, Casa d’inverno can comfortably accommodate two to three people.

Airports

Bari or Brindisi

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Please note that room prices listed are estimates and the full price of the booking will not be calculated until you have added a room or rooms to your selection.

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