Masseria Rifisa AgriResort

Caprarica di Lecce (Lecce) Code


In brief

  • Type: Suite (1), Bedroom (11),
  • Guests: 35
  • Map: Village
  • Type of accommodation: Room only, Half board, Bed & Breakfast

The agriturismo

Masseria Rifisa is an ancient structure dating back to the eighteenth century.

Dedicated to breeding first and then tobacco factory, after a careful restoration was born as agriresort.

The luxurious rooms are flanked by a living area overlooking the garden.

Distinctive features are the heated swimming pool, connected to the spa, and the local products, such as theorganic extra virgin olive oil Nachiro and the meats coming fromAzienda Agraria Greco and Masseria Chiusura di Sotto, both part of Masseria Rifisa.

The accommodation

Immersed in a place permeated with history and tradition of the territory, among citrus groves and olive trees, Agriresort Masseria Rifisa comes to life.

A structure that has undergone a major restructuring and that houses a complex of accommodation, consisting of rooms that give off an idea of elegant and modern style. A structure that recalls the true bond with nature but, at the same time, allows you to spend a relaxing and pleasant stay with all the comforts at hand.

Wide spaces in which to stroll as the courtyard masserizio of the seventeenth century in which dominates the typical pajara, carefully restored as an essential element of the farm. All this is enriched by the presence of a panoramic swimming pool surrounded by the green countryside of Salento, where you can enjoy moments of true relaxation, taking advantage of the comfortable beds on the poolside.

The building of Masseria Rifisa is entirely built with a variety of local stones, such as Lecce stone, which give a typical rustic style setting. Next to the natural aspect there are the interiors of the rooms rich in details and finishes, which make the environment luxurious and refined design.

Masseria Rifisa's swimming pool overlooks the 18th century courtyard, creating a corner of pure and unconditional relaxation. The natural landscape blends perfectly with the clear blue waters that seem to recall the beautiful coastline of Salento.

The pool in Masseria Rifisa is unique, heated by innovative biomass systems, and allows guests to enjoy a unique experience, immersing themselves in an enveloping warmth even in the coldest seasons. The water, in fact, can reach up to 37 ° C temperature and is continuously filtered through a mechanism that preserves its characteristics of transparency and purity. A regenerating bath that rejoins the environment of the Spa, thanks to which it is possible to make wellness paths to relax, surrounded by the priceless landscape of the Salento countryside.

Masseria Rifisa, thanks to its constant attention to nature and the environment, uses completely ecological systems to heat the pool, or biomass boilers, ensuring the heating of water and protecting the environment.

The rooms of Masseria Rifisa allow you to spend moments of authentic well-being, for a stay of tranquility. The furnishings are treated in detail, such as furniture made by hand with prgiato oak wood, and each room has special features to meet any need.

Some rooms have a kitchenette and the possibility of adding a third and fourth bed, while the family suite consists of two separate bedrooms, living area, kitchenette and terrace. All rooms have a private entrance and have outdoor sitting areas to enjoy total relaxation.




Activities and surrounding

Located in Caprarica di Lecce, in the heart of Salento, Masseria Rifisa allows you to easily reach the best known marinas in the area, such as Torre dell'Orso, San Foca and Otranto.

Equally easy to reach is Lecce, the baroque city, just 10 minutes by car. Here there are several beauties to admire:

Piazza Sant'Oronzo: central, scenic and full of attractions, the "salotto buono" of the city is the pride of all Leccesi and the passion of all tourists. Here you can find the famous Roman Amphitheatre dating back to the 2nd century, the 17th century Column of Sant'Oronzo, the Palazzo del Seggio, better known as Sedile, and the churches of San Marco and Santa Maria delle Grazie.

The Basilica of Santa Croce is the highest expression of Baroque in Lecce. Massive and sumptuous, its façade is richly decorated and explodes in unique lines and ornaments, making it one of the most important monumental works of our artistic heritage.

Piazza Duomo, located in the heart of old Lecce, not far from Piazza Sant'Oronzo, is a real postcard of stone, marble and bronze. Here stands the Cathedral with its high bell tower of 72 meters, the Bishop's Palace and the Seminary.

The Castle of Lecce, also known as the Castle of Charles V, because today it appears for what it is thanks to the will of the Hapsburg emperor. The king, in fact, in 1539, transformed the medieval bulwark into a real military fortress, able to resist the fierce attacks by the Turks. What made it impregnable was the talent of Gian Giacomo dell'Acaja, the chief engineer of the Kingdom of Naples. Since 2010 it has housed the Museum of Papier-mâché.

Not to be confused with its cousin, the amphitheatre of Lecce. The Roman Theatre is a bit hidden (to find it, follow the road that runs along the left side of the Church of Santa Chiara) but really beautiful, with its 18-metre diameter arena that used to hold up to 5,000 spectators. If you want to kill two birds with one stone, enter the Must, the historical museum of Lecce, which often hosts interesting exhibitions.

Palazzo dei Celestini, in Via Umberto I. For three centuries a convent of the Celestine Fathers, today it is the seat of the Prefecture and the Province of Lecce. It was built as an extension of the Basilica of Santa Croce and has a magnificent façade, with an entrance finely decorated with putti and futti.

Not to be missed are: on the Adriatic coast, the Cesine Nature Reserve in Vernole, the Zinzulusa Cave in Castro, the bauxite quarry in Otranto, Santa Cesarea Terme and Santa Maria di Leuca. On the Ionian coast Gallipoli, Santa Maria al Bagno, Porto Cesareo and Punta Prosciutto.

Going inland, Maglie and Galatina are two places worth visiting, especially if you think about the fact that Galatina is the birthplace of pasticciotto, the typical local cake that often characterizes the breakfasts (and not only) of Salento's inhabitants and tourists, who cannot do without it once tasted.



Available services

Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Pets allowed

Inform the agriturismo of any animals at the time of booking.

Owners will be held responsible for damage to property and persons.

Pets allowed

  • Dogs
  • Cats

Size/gender of dogs

  • Small (under 10 kg)
  • Medium (10 kg - 25 kg)

Allowed in

  • Accommodation
  • Public areas


  • Only well-behaved, supervised animals
  • Must be kept on a lead outside
  • Must wear a muzzle outside
Typical products on sale
Credit cards welcome
Attractions and activities in the surrounding area
  • Theme Parks and Water Parks
  • Nature Reserves
  • Museums and galleries
  • Artistic and historical sites
  • Spa
Sport and activities in the surrounding area
  • Hiking
  • Bird watching
  • Fishing
  • Horse riding
  • Diving
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Shopping

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