The Villa of Cefalicchio was originally built in the 18th century as a farmhouse, a “masseria. Massari. The house is a typical example of the architecture of country villas dating from the period of King Umberto I and testifies to the predominating taste in the region between the last decades of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries. The Apulian bourgeoisie, dedicated to agriculture and trade, built solid houses that imitated noble town palazzos, with ashlaring, arches and stucco capitals – an airy, light alternative to the classic, massive decoration in stone.
Set in a typically Mediterranean hill landscape, the villa is surrounded by just under 80 hectares of olive groves and vineyards. Lovingly restored in harmony with its setting and history, it is now a natural point of reference for travellers interested in discovering a still relatively unknown Apulia, for all wine and food lovers and by all those who simply seek to rediscover the meaning of space and time, the timbre of tranquillity and the proximity to beauty.
Mountain-biking, swimming-pool, wine therapy, wine-tasting sessions, cooking courses, guided tours to the main cultural, archaeological and nature attractions in the area.
All activities, except for mountain-biking within the estate and use of the swimming-pool, must be booked and paid for.
Double room, breakfast included € 130,00
Double room, single use - breakfast included € 104,00
Suite, breakfast included € 195,00
Mini-apartment, breakfast included € 260,00
free accommodation for children under 6 in a third bed
restaurant à la carte