Lecce

Discover what to see in Lecce

Filter for
Typologies
Features

results 1-4 / 4

Leverano (Lecce)

MASSERIA DONNA ANTONIA

Luxury and Design make of Masseria Donna Antonia a special and unique place: once a flower market, today it is a luxurious and modern vacation home for up to 25 guests. The Masseria was recently renovated with extreme attention to design and comfort, yet remaining true to the roots of the local territory.The masseria is a true mixture of...

  • Typology Luxury Villas
  • Beds 18 +7
  • Bedrooms 9
  • Bathrooms 10
  • Surface 476 mq
  • Pool 32x17m
  • Air conditioning A/C
Starting from € 3.085,00 at night

Otranto (Lecce)

VILLA FENICOTTERO SPA

A 200 square metre structure comprising 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms with a large garden with swimming pool, an annexe with kitchen, barbecue, music and cinema room with Dolby surround and 75-inch screen and an amazing spa with sauna, Turkish bath, indoor whirlpool Technogym mini-gym, for a holiday dedicated to relaxation and well-being.There is...

  • Typology Luxury Villas
  • Beds 8 +2
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 4
  • Surface 200 mq
  • Pool 6x16m
  • Air conditioning A/C
Starting from € 2.505,00 at night

Martina Franca (Lecce)

MASSERIA FERRARI - CASEDDA

AccommodationTrullo Casedda sleeps 5 there isa sitting room with satellite tv, akitchen with electric oven, a doubleroom, a triple room and a bathroomwith shower.AmenitiesGarden furniture, parking, gazebo,barbecue.

  • Typology Farmhouses
  • Beds 5
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1
Starting from € 77,00 at night

Martina Franca (Lecce)

MASSERIA FERRARI - LAMIA

AccommodationTrullo Làmia sleeps 2+1 there is asitting room with satellite tv, sofabed,kitchenette with electric oven,a double room and a bathroom withshower.AmenitiesGarden furniture, parking, gazebo,barbecue.

  • Typology Farmhouses
  • Beds 2 +1
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1
Starting from € 62,00 at night

Lecce

Lecce knows how to amaze and fascinate anyone who comes here. Its ancient Messapian origins and the archaeological remains of Roman rule are mixed with the richness and exuberance of the Baroque, typically 17th-century, churches and palaces.

Lecce is above all a Baroque city, which expresses itself here as never before in any other city, exploding in a very particular way, to the point of earning the name of Lecce Baroque. Flamboyant decorations enrich the cladding of the buildings, the intense colours of the Lecce stone, a limestone of warm, golden hues.

Informative

We and selected third parties use cookies or similar technologies for technical purposes and, with your consent, also for other purposes as specified in the cookie policy. If you close this banner by ticking or clicking on "Decline", only technical cookies will be used. If you want to select the cookies to be installed, click on "Customize". If you prefer, you can consent to the use of all cookies, including those other than technical, by clicking on "Accept all". You can change your choice at any time.