The Masseria Santo Blasio in Salento is immersed in a magnificent olive grove in the Salento countryside. A few minutes from Lecce (3 km) you can see the structure of the walls that enclose this ancient farmhouse, in which (studies of the University of Salento tell us) for 400 years during the Roman domination was located a customs office that imposed duties and taxes on anyone who wanted to bring products and goods in the city of Lecce.
Subsequently, the destination of this beautiful farmhouse changed into a residence for the summer holidays. As it is reported on the Latin engraving of the entrance portal in which a patrician from Lecce, who signs himself Pizziniaco, wishes to spend happy holidays to his friend who has just purchased "the farm". It seems impossible, but it only takes a few minutes and as soon as you leave the city with its frenzy, you reach the countryside of Salento with all its splendid suggestions.
The olive tree with its twisted shapes, the fields of freshly mown wheat, the narrow streets enclosed by dry stone walls that are lost on the horizon where you can see the sea and almost seem to feel the scent.
An oasis of peace in the spell of stone, herbs and sun of Salento.
Located in the countryside of Surbo, Masseria Santo Blasio offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. A hot tub is also available. Free bicycles are available.
An Italian breakfast is served each morning.
The property is located in an ideal area for cycling.
The Farm stay Masseria Santo Blasio is 9 km from Lecce. 30 km from Brindisi-Casale Airport, the nearest airport.