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In Nardò, in the region of Apulia.
68 km from Brindisi airport.
1 km from Nardò-Città train station.
20 km from Lecce.
5 km from the sea.
2 km from the area known as Serra-Cicora in the Regional Nature Park of Porto-Selvaggio.
Nardò, just a few kilometres from the crystal-clear waters of the Ionian Sea, is a peaceful, thousand-year-old town in the region of Apulia, in the very south of Italy. Reflecting its 17th century Spanish influence, the old centre became one of the Salento peninsula’s Baroque gems. The honey-coloured, soft local stone gave free reign to the imagination of the artists at that time, resulting in all kinds of architectural and ornamental fantasies. This building stands on the corner of two narrow streets, very near to Piazza-Salandra, directly facing the facade of the 18th century Puritá church. Although the inside awaits renovation, it comprises twelve bedrooms, spread over two floors. But the highlight of the visit is, without a doubt, the building’s astonishing terrace, with its clear view over the rooftops of the old town.
330 000 €