The origins of the Masseria date back to the XVII century A.D. and the building has been recently restored to a high standard, maintaining its original features and is the ideal place for a peaceful
and relaxing holiday in the sincere value of a family run hospitality and natural atmosphere.
You can also admire the limestone caves, beneath the masseria, where there once was an old oil mill for producing extra-virgin olive oil, which is still produced by the current owners of the masseria.
The complex incorporates a small chapel of “Saint Martin”(1826). The main corpus of the church is inserted in the farm building and has a rectangular façade crowned by a balustrade. The rectangular entrance is highlighted by a flat jutting frame with smooth architrave. Above the entrance there is a dedicatory inscription engraved. Every year on November 11th, day of Saint Martin, a traditional mass is celebrated for anyone who wants to attend, followed by wine tasting of the new produce, as the saying “A San Martino, ogni mosto diventa vino”.