Built in the eighteenth century on previous settlements whose origins are lost in time, dedicated to the production of oil and sheep-breeding, the Bosco Alto farmhouse has been completely renovated in local stone, tuff and marble from Trani, showing great respect and understanding for its history and its architectural features, while providing classy and upbeat furnishings - from the porch hosting the big blue breakfast table to the cozy lounges scattered around the property - to indulge in the sophistication of sipping a cocktail under the star-studded sky, overlooking the landscape of Salento.
The location is ideal being between the Adriatic and Ionian seas , few kilometers from the small towns of Otranto , Santa Maria di Leuca and Gallipoli and about 50 km south of Lecce . You can range quickly from the sea side to the inland villages, capturing events and festivals, leveraging the weather. The resort is private and is the summer place of residence of a pair of Milanese who, after having renovated the place, selected it as their Buen Retiro.
Internal parking with shading cover, marble pool (18x8m), grove of oaks around the farmhouse for a respite, Three hectares of nature with olive, orchard and kitchen garden