- Manor house
- 4 Sleeps
- 1 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Tramonto di Salento offers the ideal holiday for those who want to relax and get away from it all, fully immersed in the traditions of hospitality and culture of Puglia. It is a farm just 5 miles from the beautiful Ionian Sea, in the countryside just outside Torricella, a small village in Salento, one of the prettiest parts of Puglia. We offer the possibility of a large outdoor pool and enjoy physical activity through sports (tennis, soccer, volleyball and table tennis) available for guests. The main feature of the old colonial Jorche is definitely the dishes in the restaurant, a semi-subterranean mill in 1700, where you can enjoy breakfast and dinner on request. The dishes are typical of the Salento, with bread, pasta, liqueurs, sweets handmade on the spot. During the week we organize theme nights for guests. Among them is the Pinch (typical Salentine dance, very playful and engaging) and that of pasta and homemade bread. You can also visit our winery and the vineyards, you can taste our wines and learn about the methods and techniques of production.
swimming pool with hydromassage
Golden beaches fringed by dunes, low cliffs, pine forests and Mediterranean green areas offer a great variety of unspoilt landscapes with a sea of sandy bottom, gently sloping and clear waters.
SALENTO - Protected Oasis, arts and crafts, festivals and popular festivals, food and wine culture, relax and excellent hospitality taranta and Puglia sound, parks, villages, castles and cathedrals, and much more.
ORIA - 25 KM far - Strategically located in the Northern Salento, Oria is an ancient Messapic center rich in beautiful landscapes and monuments including the impressive and vast castle.
GROTTAGLIE - 27 KM far - Town known and appreciated for its handmade ceramics.
The old town, carved into the stone, holds great historical and architectural heritage.
MANDURIA - 15 KM far - City rich in history including the Messapian walls surrounding the city. Near the town, the Archaeological Park of the Messapian Walls is the largest Messapia necropolis ever discovered.
LECCE - 66 KM far - Major cultural center of the Salento peninsula and Capital province of the easternmost part of Italy. The core of the city is a setting rich of architectonic monuments characterized by the famous Lecce’s Baroque style.
ITRIA VALLEY - ALBEROBELLO -70 KM far - Also known as the Valley of Trulli it includes a large territory, rich and eventful, of significant scenic, environmental and historical: olive groves alternate with white trulli. Alberobello, Locorotondo, Cisternino, Martina Franca are worth a visit.
Matera - 109 KM far - The original core of the city is very old and known around the world for the ancient quarters, the Stones, the features in dwellings carved into the limestone shelves. Since 1993 Matera was declared a World Heritage Site and it’s the Capital of Culture for 2019.
Usually starting from the half of June, until the half of September, three events about the Apulian tradition are organized in our Masseria, to which our guests can participate freely and with no additional cost, discovering the typical characteristics of our land and living a real experience of Salento.
During the remaining periods, instead, they can be organized on request on any day, knowing in advance, with a small contribution per person and for a minimum number of people.
1. On Mondays before dinner, the \"Arts and Crafts\": outside of our restaurant, open-air, the ladies of Antica Masseria Jorche show various jobs of ancient time, including the preparation of various types of homemade Apulian bread and pasta. It's a sort of cooking class but warmer and involving the guest who is not simply a spectator but becomes an active part of the event itself: everything is accompanied by live folk music and a tasting of \"pettole\" and our red wines.
2. On Wednesdays before dinner, the \"Guided Tour in the Cellar with tasting in the barricade\": from the Masseria, guests move to the winery for the tour with guided visit (also in English), in which we tell and show them, step by step, the entire process of winemaking and the techniques adopted, from the harvest of grapes to the final product.
3. On Thursdays during the dinner, the event protagonist of the week, the \"Pizzica Show\", an ancient Salento dance very cheerful and engaging. During the evening, the various types of Pizzica are explained and shown, from the one of courtship to the one called \"Tarantola\". At the end of the evening, guests are invited to join the dancers - among which there is also one of the two owners, Dalila Gianfreda - to learn the basic steps of Pizzica and to bring at home a vivid remember of Salento! Thereby a night very funny takes place, with an atmosphere of pure Apulian hospitality fun and staying together.
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Prices per week
Price from £ 553 £ 977