Very nice article about Puglia and Salento (one needs to master German though). We are happy to be mentioned in the best tips and addresses, so are keen to tell. Annette Rübesamen: “Apulien sei die neue Toskana, hört man immer wieder: Jede Menge Olivenöl und Wein, rustikale Küche, hübsche Städtchen[…]
NARDÒSALENTO is a collection of boutique vacation rentals – apartments and houses – in the beautiful Baroque town of Nardò. Nardò is located in Salento, Puglia’s southern tip. Here you’re never far from crystal-clear seas. Thirty miles to the east, the sun rises over the Adriatic Sea. While five miles to the west, the sun sets on the Ionian Sea. You’re not far from Lecce, Gallipoli and Otranto.
Welcome to Nardò, Salento, in your places to stay!
Whether you stay in La Botte (sleeps 2), Tempietto (sleeps 2), Angelo Custode (sleeps up to 4), Agrumeto garden house (sleeps up to 4), or La Corte courtyard house (sleeps up to 7), these boutique apartments and houses offer you refined elegance. La Corte, Agrumeto and La Botte are one next to the other and also independent, ideal if you are a larger group.
Watch the sun set over Nardò’s Baroque old town from the terraces of Angelo Custode, Agrumeto or La Corte, have a relaxing dip in the Agrumeto’s jacuzzi/pool, stroll along the baroque streets and piazzas of Nardò or the whole of the Salento region. Just five miles from the Ionian sea, where you can choose between sandy beaches or rocky coastline. No shortage of bars and restaurants offering typical Italian cuisine and some of the best wines in the world. It’s also a short hop from other fascinating and beautiful historic towns, including Lecce, Galatina, Gallipoli, Otranto, and a bit further Taranto and Matera.
A must read on Salento in The Guardian : “Unspoilt Italy: fall head over heel for Puglia’s Salento region”.
A refreshing update on some of Puglia’s best beach destinations on CNN travel, mentioning Gallipoli and Porto Selvaggio (that’s actually Nardò!) on the Ionian coastline. We certainly would add Punta della Suina and Baia Verde south of Galipolli, and Torre Colimena north of Nardò, where a small wooden path brings you[…]