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LEUCA: CHEAP AND CHIC

Overview

A spledid "Trullo", a typical Salentine structure, built in 189 and immersed in a sprawling vineyard (about 5000 mq), fenced in, fully equipped and cultivated.It is ocated in a very quiet area but is also very close to the center of S.M. di Leuca, one of te most beautiful and well-known towns in Puglia. Complete with all the necessary services (a post office, a mini market), it is strategically located to allow easy access to nearby bathing areas. Recently restructured and povided with every comfort, it features one master bedroom which,if necessary,could become a triple bedroom,akitchen,a lving room with a couch which pulls out intoa single bed, and a bathroom with a shower.If one wshes to enjoy an outdoor lunch, there is a spacious covered terace where can sit ad relax. The "Trullo" is also equipped with a barbecue and a wood-burning firelace. Firewood will be provided at no charge by the landlord. One can enjoy the sweet Salentine evenings,relaxing comfortably beneath the olive trees or pines, or sitting on the terrace,admiring the panorama of S.M. di Leuca. Price inclue water.gas,electric. The final cleaning service fee of 50 Euros iS not included

Leuca is right at the tip of Italy s heel in fact its ancient Latin name is De Finibus Terrae ( Lands End). Its beauty is stunning, the coastline is part rock, part sand, it has something to offer to all tastes. The crystal clear sea is home to many different types of sealife and ideal for snorkelling or deep sea diving.There are lots of sea caves to explore by boat. The promenade is backed by elegant, noble villas built in the last century and is where the locals meet and stroll in the warm summer evenings.There is a lively port which accommodates both the simple fishermans boat and the millionaires yacht.In the summer months, Leuca pulses with life and you are spoilt for choice if searching for somewhere to eat or a nightclub to dance the night away

Summary:

A splendid "Trullo" immersed in a sprawling vineyard (about 5000mq), fenced in, fully equipped and cultivated.it is located in a very quit area.

Facilities

Property type: Country house

Room details

Bedrooms:

1 bedroom, sleeps 4

Bedroom 1: 1 Double bed

Additional beds:
1 double sofa bed located in living room
Seats:
Room for 4 in the dining area
Room for 4 in the living area
Bathrooms:
1 bathroom

Indoor facilities

Entertainment and IT:
Radio
TV Languages in Local
Household:
Fridge
Freezer
Oven
Towels / linen

Outdoor facilities

Other:
Balcony or terrace
Barbecue
Garage
Outside lighting
Private garden
Extra information (The trullo is recently restructured and povided with every comfort, it features one master bedroom,which, if necessary, could become atrile bedroom, a kitchen, a living room and a bathroom with a shower. if one wishes to enjoy an outdoor lunch, there is spacious covered terace where can sit and relax.the trullo is also equipped with a barbecue.one can enjoy the sweet Salentine evenings, relaxing comfortably beneath the olive trees or pines, or sitting on the terrace, admiring the panorama of Leuca.Price are fixed on a weekly basis for a 2 people.For extra beds, there is a small supplement to be decided on with the owners. prie inclue water, gas electric.)

Suitability

Suitable for
Infants
Smoking
Pets (cats and little dog)

Sports and activities

Boat Hire
Climbing
Fishing
Flying
Golf
Horse Riding
Mountain Biking
Sailling
Scuba Diving
Skiing
Sports Center
Swimming
Tennis
Water Skiing
Wind Surfing

Sights and attractions

Historic Site
Museum
Theatre
Theme Park
Zoo
Cinema

Prices and availability

Last updated 01.01.1970


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Location

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Nearby:
  • Nearest beach: 15km
  • Nearest supermarket: 15km
  • lecce: 70km
  • gallipoli: 30km

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Located in: Italy
Joined: January 2008