Saturday, 1 September 2012

Venue of the month! September

Dreaming of a coastal wedding with wild beaches? Maybe you are dreaming of a wedding in the heart of the olive groves? Well Septembers  Venue of the month ticks both these boxes! 

Set up for a wedding! 
Masseria Cimino is located in the South of Italy, where passion flows in the vines and under deep blue skies time seems to stand still. Located inside a farm that dates back to the 17th century it has fifteen rooms furnished in Mediterranean style distributed between the white main building and an adjacent red tower that is visible from miles around. All with air conditioning, minibar, safe, flat screen TV and marble bathrooms, and some with a fireplace and a little terrace that looks over the vista. Outside, besides a welcoming swimming pool that acts like a balsam on hot days, there are the ancient ruins of Egnatia (6th century BC) that have been recently discovered and excavated. In fact, the archaic walls of Egnatia these days bound the property.

And let’s not forget the Adriatic sea that is right around the corner. Cimino is by the fisherman’s village of Savelletri di Fasano in the Puglia coast, surrounded by tourist attractions such as Fasano, Cisternino and Alberobello – this last one famous for its “trulli”, a traditional Apulian stone dwelling with a conical roof built without any cement or mortar. A bit further away we have Manfredonia y Ostuni that are also worth a visit. 

Basically everything you and your guests could wish for whilst celebrating your destination wedding in Italy! Just check out these beautiful photos by Claudia e Antonella Francese

Masseria for a wedding in Puglia

Wedding in the South of Italy

Wedding location Puglia

Masseria for a Wedding in Puglia

Location for a Wedding in the South of Italy

Wedding in a masseria
All photos by the talented Claudia e Antonella Francese

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