Found in the immediate inland of the Salento peninsula, surrounded West by the Ionian Sea and East by the Adriatic Sea, this magnificent property, an ancient Pajara built with dry stone walls of substantial thickness, comprises various areas made inhabitable by an attentive and respectful restoration.
The various living functions have been allocated to the most suitable areas.

The yard, limited by the buildings and perimeter walls, represents the living and al fresco dining area, shaded by cane roofing and cloth canopies.  

Century-old olive trees, oak trees, prickly pear cactuses, Bougainville plants and the vegetation typical of a rocky backdrop, characterised by a warm earth brick colour, frame a breathtaking panorama with the sea in the background.