Vigne di Salamina Jacuzzi / Terrace with sea views
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Suitable for childrenYes
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|Theme||Historic, Romantic, Other, Beach, Rural, Waterfront|
Description from the owner
Vigne di Salamina, perfect accomodation for 2 or 4 or 6 people plus 2 children, is an oasis of relaxation for mind and body, ready to welcome you with open arms into the comforts provided by the accommodation to enchant you with the splendid panoramic views from its private terraces, to spoil you amongst the jet sprays in the large heated outside panoramic whirlpool. Set in a unique position, nestling in the hills surrounding the Itria Valley, looking out over the beaches of the Adriatic and caressed by the magnificent Apulian countryside.
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Vigne di Salamina Jacuzzi / Terrace with sea views
Fasano, Puglia, Italy
Additional Location Information
The strategic position of Vigne di Salamina, halfway between the long beach of the adriatic sea and the Itria Valley, makes every season a blend of countryside and sea, of nature and culture, art and tradition, discovering all of the surprising wealth of this outstanding area, and of Puglia in general: from the famous natural attractions such as the Castellana Caves and the safari park in Fasano, to the enchanting old cities of Ostuni, Alberobello and the other towns of the Itria valley, to the great medieval monuments of Bari, Castel del Monte, and Trani, not forgetting the Baroque treasures of Lecce and Martina Franca
Location Type Beach, Rural, Waterfront
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$109||$109||$578 - $1,027||$0||3 nights|
|Feb. 9 2013 - Jun. 1 2013
for 2 people
|Jun. 1 2013 - Jun. 29 2013
for 2 people
|Jun. 29 2013 - Aug. 3 2013
for 2 people
|Aug. 3 2013 - Aug. 31 2013
for 2 people
|Aug. 31 2013 - Sep. 14 2013
for 2 people
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
|Sep. 14 2013 - Oct. 5 2013
for 2 people
|Oct. 5 2013 - Dec. 21 2013
for 2 people
|All Other Dates||$109||$109||$770||-||3 nights|
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Additional notes from owner
Rates include weekly cleaning; bed, table and house linen; use of the Jacuzzi from June 15 until September 15th; electricity; gas; water; heating and wood. Turnover on saturday in high and very high season, any during other periods. Rates for week are for 2 people
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 02, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Cranford, New Jersey, USA
We stayed in the trullo over Easter weekend. As the weather was still somewhat cold, we were not able to enjoy the outdoor hot tub, but Nicla had the woodstove burning to warm up the trullo by the time of our arrival. It was very cozy after a long day of travelling! My husband and I slept in the trullo, and my husband's brother and his wife stayed in a separate bedroom up the stairs. The trullo was large enough for the four of us to cook, eat, relax, and drink wine at night. We all enjoyed our stay and missed it as soon as we left to continue our travels elsewhere. Even though spring had just begun, flowers were blooming and lemon & olive trees were in their full glory on the property. One night we had drinks on the rooftop terrace and looked up at the stars. The sky was perfectly clear. We made breakfast each morning and it was warm and sunny enough for us to have our morning meal outside on the terrace as well. The thing we loved the most was the peacefulness (during the mornings we only heard birds chirping, church bells ringing, and the leaves rustling in the breeze) - and the scenery! All you could see for miles was ocean, mountains, and small city-towns in the distance. Nicla and Rudy stayed on the property also while we were there, and that really came in handy during a little adventure we had! They were friendly and hospitable. The property was close to all the areas we wanted to visit during our daytrips, but still allowed us to have tranquil evenings in the comfort of a "home".
The Hague, The Netherlands
Perfect apartment in Salento country side
We really enjoyed our stay at this apartment. In the end we didn't stay in the Trullo but in the apartment above it, as we preferred it (slightly more privacy, a better view and more room for our 9 month old to crawl outside.
Nicla is perfect and helped us out with all our questions and gave us good recommendations on what to do in the surrounding area. You are perfectly located to explore the surrounding region.
Having the Jacuzzi was great to cool off (don't expect too much in winter) .
Il Paradiso !
Vigne di Salamina ... magnifique !
Outre le fait que sa situation est idĂ©ale : en pleine nature, Ă flanc de colline, entourĂ© d'oliviers, avec une vue magnifique sur les environs et la mer ; c'est un havre de paix, calme mais chaleureux au sens propre (en plein mois d'aoĂ»t !) comme au sens figurĂ© grĂ˘ce Ă ses propriĂ©taires Nicla et Rodolfo accueillants et bienveillants. L'hĂ©bergement est confortable sans ĂŞtre ostentatoire, on s'y sent trĂ¨s vite comme chez soi. La rĂ©gion est superbe et Vigne di Salamina est idĂ©alement situĂ© pour la dĂ©couvrir. Un excellent sĂ©jour et une trĂ¨s belle rencontre !! On souhaite y revenir ...
Even better than expected!
So enjoyed our stay and the incredible vistas! The trullo is nestled up in the hills covered with olive groves with an amazing view all the way down to sunrise on the adriatic. And Nicla (and Rudi) couldn't have been more gracious hosts, going above and beyond to ensure our comfort. The trullo we stayed in was clean and comfortable with a double bed, living/dining room, and kitchen. The private bath is tiny with a small shower. Luckily it's tiled because it's difficult to not get water on the floor when showering but the water was hot and pressure good. Not a complaint, just a heads-up. The jacuzzi at night was...magical. We lucked out and had an almost moonless night and very little light pollution to interfere. Seemed like I could see every star in the clear skies. Absolutely loved our stay and would definitely come back!
I went with my family in the Trullo Zuzzu/Vigne Salamina last august.
It was the best holiday I have ever done.
The place is wonderfull, peacefull and only a few km from the beach.
Nicla, the owner, is a very nice person. She always helps you whenever you need.
Her husband, Rodolfo, is a very nice cooker. He can prepare for you delicious dinners.
It was so nice that I have already booked for next august.
Wem, United Kingdom
This year, we will be staying at the Trullo Monte Zuzzo for the 6th time. The fact that we use to always want to go somewhere different for each holiday demonstrates just what a wonderful place this is to visit. The Trullo itself is pure Puglian rustic charm, lovingly restrored by Nicla and Rudi and provides simple but comfortable accommodation. Outside the terrace provides amazing views over the adriatic and the surrounding countryside. The sea is but 7 kilometres away and there are so many villages and small towns to visit and soak up the local life. This is southern Italy, so there are no Milanese costume watchers, just real people. The cuisine in this area is wonderful and uses its local resources to full effect.
The owner, Nicla, is an amazing hostess, who has now become a great friend. Nothing is too much trouble and she will do all she can to make your stay a perfect one. Nicla's other half, Rudi is a superb professional chef and will, upon reequest, cook you the most exquisite meal to underpin the memory of what will be a wonderful holiday.
The nearby town of Pezze di Grecco has restaurants, shops, garages etc and within a few kilometres you will also find many other good restaurants. The Trullo is within easy driving distance of both Bari and Brindisi airports and the lovely towns of Ostuni, Alberobello, Martina Franca, Cisternino, Monopoli and Locorotondo are all very close.
This is Puglian Gold.
Perfect in Every Way!
I stayed at this wonderful updated trullo/vacation home for a month, inviting friends off and on to join me, at a beautiful time of year. When I reserved, after many lovely emails with Nicla, the owner, she answered all my questions and sent me perfect directions. She met me in the small town nearby and I followed her car to the trullo through fields of olive trees and a pastoral setting. Set on a small hill, the view was beautiful and I could see the sea and many surrounding towns, especially those lit up at night.
The structures of the trullo are set in a semi circle with connecting walkways and many places to sit to enjoy the air. The original trullo structure was updated so that I had everything I needed to cook at home and be comfortable at night. That area was cozy and very comfortable. The newer area was beautifully designed (I am a designer so I was very fussy) and we ate outside at the big glass table by candlelight and in comfortable chairs almost every night. The bedroom in that structure was large, beds were very comfortable, and the bathroom was beautiful! The modern kitchen had everything we needed and was also large with a table for four at least.
Nicla and Rudy were so helpful in helping us plan our days with maps, directions, and a wonderful welcome treat of local figs which Rudy prepared.
The trullo is a short drive to a beach, and close enough to all the main tourist towns so you can take day trips, as we did, often. I bought one of my favorite dresses in the beach town, and we had superb food in Locorotondo, our favorite town, as well as other places. Driving thoough the countryside was one of our favorite things to do because there are hundreds of trullos to see and small towns to reach.
The trullo has neighbors, but they are not so close as to intrude on my privacy. There is ample parking on the property, a great outdoor shower (one of my favorite things) and many places to lounge, including a patio with lots of seating.
If I were going to Puglia I would return to Nicla's place, Vigne di Salamina. She is wonderful to deal with and a great host! I have nothing negative to say about this home, vacation and area!
Ellen/New York City
Tranquility has a name and a location, Vigne di Salamina in apul
We stayed at Vigne di Salamina in late May of 2006 prior to the addition of the 'summer house' and again in late May of 2010. Both times the rooms were comfortable and absolutely spotless. The outside accommodations are also wonderful, with many options for sunning or resting in the shade. The garden beds are full of lavender, rosemary, and gorgeous cactus that flowered while we were there. There is even a tiny grove of fruit trees on the terrace behind the trullo, and, of course, there are olive groves for as far as the eye can see.
Nicla and Rudi are friendly and gracious. As we made our plans prior to flying to Italyi, Nicla guided us through the ins and outs of getting to the trullo, etc. She also answered all of my questions about the location, its proximity to several towns I hoped to visit, etc.
Rudi is a great chef! If you want to try the local fare, he can make it all, from stuffed mussels stuffed to traditional Pugliese casseroles and local meat and fish dishes. he can also recommend local wines.
Nicla's English is excellent and her graciousness unending. She drove me to Fasano to find the Internet cafe and then repeated the route 3 times to be sure I had it down. She makes her guests feel very much at home.
If you want to cook some meals at home there are well stocked grocery stores nearby and one, in Speziale, has its own cheese manufacture in the same building, so you know the buffulata is fresh!
There are many wonderful day trips possible from the Trullo. At our request Nicla arranged an excellent guide for our first visit, and driving in this part of the world is not stressful, so a rental car gets you a lot of places easily. You'll need a car unless you want to have a guide pick you up for each tour, or you have a bicycle and don't mind the final leg of the trip back being uphill, as the trullo is in the contrada, several kilometers from the town.
Vigne di Salamina is a great place to come back to after a day of touring. The Trullo terrace has views of the adriatic. At night we'd sip wine and watch the lights of freighters headed east toward Greece. I've stayed in a few other places in apulia and this is my favorite by far.