Ostuni, Puglia, Italy
Crossing the country roads, surrounded by spectacular olive trees, you will reach Masseria Moroseta, the white stone farmhouse that stands proudly on the ridge, overlooking the sea and Ostuni. Built with local materials and traditional techniques, the modern architecture is influenced by the Masserie of the past. Immersed in five hectares of organically managed olive groves, the Masseria is an enclave of relaxation and rural simplicity.Check availability
- 24 sq. meters, king-size bed, bathroom with a shower, air conditioning and heating. Large private outdoor spaces, some of them with a private garden and others with private terraces that overlook the fields beyond.
- 45 sq. meter, king size bed, large bathroom with a shower, air conditioning and heating, private living room. Private garden or terrace.
- Wifi, Air conditioning, Heating, Safe, Hair Dryer
- Electric car charging station
- Fireplace (only suites)
- Bio and Km 0 Kindness line
Wine & Dine
- Masseria Moroseta is authentic hospitality, combined with a project of a farm on a human scale. Hospitality means sharing experiences, among which the kitchen plays a central role: food has the ability to unite people beyond all distinctions, exciting everyone with authentic flavors. Their olive trees, vegetable gardens, orchard, and small chicken coop provide them with fresh produce every day, which varies depending on the season. They accompany them with a selection of the best raw materials, privileging fresh local, organic, and seasonal products. Their cuisine is based on the knowledge of the Mediterranean tradition and enriches itself with perfumes, techniques, and suggestions coming from their travels around the world. From this comes the desire to overcome the traditional schemes, favoring creativity and research. For this reason, there is no menu, as they ask their guests to trust them, letting themselves be guided by their chef, Giorgia Eugenia Goggi, on a gastronomic journey.
- An authentic full immersion in the cuisine of the Masseria, the cooking class is an experience that includes the preparation and tasting of a complete menu in "Moroseta" style, from appetizer to dessert. They are inspired by the Apulian and Mediterranean traditions, leaving ample room for contamination and creativity. They use exclusively organic and local raw materials, having a garden with vegetables and aromatic herbs, fruit trees, and an olive grove.
- Their boat is a Riva Turbo Rosso, a classic Italian motorboat from the 1990s. The experience is scheduled after breakfast, in order to arrive at Porto Gaio in Gallipoli at 10/11am. You will be able to swim, sunbathe, and enjoy the most beautiful views in total relaxation and exclusivity, away from crowded beaches and loud places, during the trip. Local products, focaccia and chilled wine will refresh you during the day. Return to Porto Gaio is planned for 5/6 pm.
- Keep it relaxed
- Rates from EUR 300 / night
Worth getting out of bed for
- The Masseria is located between Ostuni and Cisternino towns. 20 minutes drive to the coast and the typical Apulian beaches and restaurants. For lazy days by the sea, the nearest beaches are around 7 miles (10km) away.
When to go
- Season starts in April and lasts until October with July & August being peak season. Visit in June or September to experience the best of Puglia.
What to see
- Many of the area's main tourist sights are nearby: The trulli of Alberobello, the charming circular town of Locorotondo, Baroque Martina Franca, with its Summer Opera Festival, and the lush Itria valley.
Where to eat
- Take a look at our Puglia guide
Good to know
- Masseria Moroseta has all the tradition of the forms and spaces of the most typical farms of Apulia: the blinding white, the sheltered courtyards, the arches, the cement, the stone. All this is combined with respect and love for the environment, thanks to the energy of the sun and modern green building techniques used.
- It’s first of all a farm surrounded by nature, it is wrapped among both young and secular olive trees, trees from which they get an organic extra virgin olive oil. An oil capable of teaching them to love the flavors of our territory, their history and their work.
- Since the vegetable element is at the center of their culinary experimentation, they have considered it fundamental to dedicate a part of their land to the biodynamic cultivation of vegetables and aromatic plants, privileging ancient and autochthonous cultivars.
How to get there
- 35 minutes from the Brindisi airport and 1 hour from Bari airport.
- Highly recommended: Rental car
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