Masseria delle rose 1760 is  a farmhouse from the 1700s  with  a long and colorful history.

In 1746  belonged to prince Caracciolo of Marano, Duke of Montesardo and since 1939  it is my family home

A few years ago, it was completely renovated and turned into a lovely bed and breakfast with Mediterran courtyard

It is located on the Salento hills, surrounded by a garden and  with a wonderful view on the village of Alessano 

To the east the Adriatic Sea with Marina di Novaglie, the natural swimmig pool of Marina Serra, Castro , Otranto and  some of the most interesting coastal caves of Puglia

To the west the Ionian Sea , home to some of the best sandy beaches in Puglia like Pescoluse, Torre San Giovanni , Lido Pizzo and villages like Gallipoli, Nardo .

B&B Masseria delle rose 1760  is a pet friendly , gay and naturist  friendly, rider and bike friendly .

It is   the ideal place to discover Salento 



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