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    In the summer of the year 1480 the Turks landed in the bay north east of the Masseria and headed to the town of Otranto which, after a furious battle surrendered.

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    This suite faces east, towards the bed of rushes on the edge of the canal that leads to the sea.

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    This suite was originally the house where the massaro ( the farmer) lived with his family.

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    This suite looks onto the vineyard. In the past this area was used for the cultivation of grafted vine plants, whose production is still one of the main…

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    This suite takes its name from the lake which is situated to the west of the masseria.

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    Torre Santo Stefano is the southernmost part of the nearby coast, situated in front of the property.

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    This suite is in the direction of the “Baia dei Turchi”, where the sultan Gedik Ahmet Pasha - later more simply called Acmet ...

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    Oaks populate the wood in front of the masseria, towards east, the southernmost part of the ancient Forest of Lecce.

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    This suite looks onto the small citrus grove which is next to the wood of bay trees.

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    A plum tree characterises the garden of this suite between the two buildings.

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    This suite takes its name from a small vineyard situated near the wood.

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    Bay trees offer shade and fresh air to this charming suite having a double north/south exposure. Bay trees dominate in the rural landscape near Otranto…

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