OVERVIEW \ a 400 yr old masseria with rooms starting at $140

Masseria Salamina is set back 7km from the Adriatic Sea in the Puglian “heel” of Southern Italy in a grove of olive trees dating over 400 years old. In the 1600’s, Joseph Salamina extended and fortified the farm buildings for protection from the Moors. The result today is an extraordinary structure that the current owners continue to restore, maintaining much of its original works to preserve its history and integrity. More than charming, Masseria Salamina is an ideal place for relaxation, exploration, and incredible food.


Currently a working farm run by the family, the Masseria produces mouthwatering olive oil, balsamic vinegar, primitivo wine and jams and spreads. These products are only a small part of the delectable cuisine produced in their restaurant.

There are 3 types of rooms : Ornately decorated Manor Rooms (some with sitting rooms, private balconies and jetbaths), apartments that come with a kitchenette and sleeps up to 3, and smaller mezzanine rooms.


The Masseria is situated in Pezze di Greco, a village outside Fasano, between Bari and Brindisi. Nestled between hills and coastline, it is just 5km from the sea and 18km from Ostuni.


Rooms start at $140 USD, Suites $370 USD.


There is so much to see and all so close : from monumental olive trees and caves, to historic towns and beautiful beaches.


Visit their website for more information masseriasalamina.com.