Sunday, 1 April 2012

Venue of the month- March

Masseria Torre Maizza in Savelletri, central Puglia, is a charming hotel in south Italy is set on a large estate overlooking the Adriatic sea. I would describe this venue as relaxed chic. A delightful location for a wedding in southern Italy!
Masseria Torre Coccaro

Guests can also spend time in the Aveda Spa Health Club or participate in cooking classes based on typical Puglian cuisine.  
The Masseria also has its own driving range, putting green, pitching green and sand area, as well as a 9 hole executive course overlooking the sea. The famous 18 hole San Domenico Golf Course is only 1 km away. Inside the antique Tower is an Aveda Spa with natural treatments from organic plants, herbs and olive oil made in the estate. So both male and female guests will be happy! 
Masseria Torre Coccaro
  • Masseria Torre Coccaro is an historic fortified country house set in a vast estate immersed in olive groves with lovely sea views of the Adriatic.
  • The 39 rooms are located in either the estate, the courtyard or the suites in the tower with their great sea views. Rooms have Jacuzzi, fireplace perfect for a winter break, private terraces or gardens to enjoy the outdoors.
  • Aveda Spa Private sandy beach and 14-metre yacht with trips to sea caves and seclude bays great for diving
  • Stunning cuisine with zero kilometre food miles and a cookery school
  • 9-holes par 27 golf course with driving range, putting green, pitching green and sand area. There is also a choice of five other 18 holes in less than a one hour notably the championship San Domenico Golf Club.
  • We recommend the Superior rooms with their typical Apulian décor as they are larger and in a better location compared to the Classic rooms
Masseria Torre Coccaro
Located down in the heel of Italy in the Apulia region the Masseria Torre Coccaro is a family-friendly boutique property. There is a wealth of secluded spots to enjoy that are dotted around the property: the old vegetable garden, the olive groves, the walking path through the olive groves to Maizza, the Olive Mill set in an ancient cave, the old haylofts with fireplaces there is so much to explore and enjoy.
Masseria Torre Coccaro
Whether you prefer to relax by the outdoor heated pool or head to the private sandy beach the activities on offer are second to none. Enjoy horse rides along the beach or through the countryside. Accompany the chef to the kitchen garden and choose your delights for your use in the cooking school. Children can enjoy the mini-club and beach volleyball. Ensure you take a trip on the private motor yacht either to Polignano a Mare to the sea caves or the antique port of Monopoli for diving and swimming in the secluded bays.
The Aveda Spa is resplendent in natural materials with views of the olive groves. There is a gym, indoor pool, whirpool and Turkish bath with eucalyptus oil. Treatments on offer make use of the organic produce from the Masseria and are tailored to your specific need.
Masseria Torre Coccaro
The Masseria is proud of its zero kilometre 'food miles' philosophy whereby the collaboration with local farms ensure that the best produce is sourced. Cheese and meat are a large part of the local produce coupled with wild offerings such as porcini mushrooms, wild asparagus, snails and wood berries. Fish of the day is sourced from the nearby village of Savalletri. All fruit and vegetables are grown on site in the botanical garden.
Masseria Torre Coccaro
The produce can be sampled in four restaurants at the Masseria. Restaurant Egnathia serving Mediterranean cuisine under a vaulted ceiling is located in the old stables that date back to 1600. Enjoy dinner on the terrace under the magnificent bouganivillae and jasmine heavy pergola taking in the countryside views. A light lunch is served at Cabana by the pool. Le Palme is situated at the adjacent property Maizza and serves creative cuisine overlooking the pool. Head to the Coccaro Beach Club, the exclusive sea restaurant and sample delicacies in the sushi and oyster bar.

Masseria Torre Maizza, Savelletri, Brindisi

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