Squinzano Travel Guide

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    Hotel Tenuta Monacelli Squinzano
    In the extraordinary land of Salento, at an incredible sight lies an old masseria, the 4-star Tenuta Monacelli and Masseria Giampaolo formed of two enchanting historic buildings, just 13 km away from city of Lecce. At the great location nature strikes in the first place, with uninterrupted views of the surrounding ancient olive groves, unique landscapes, a strong symbol of identify. Situated in a privileged position, they are perfect equidistant bases to experience the rich architectural heritage, wonderful coastline, historic-archeological resources, amazing food and wines and other gems and pleasures. The real icing on the cake is the huge pool offering relax and vitality among olive trees. The tradition, style and space everywhere gracefully combine with modern comforts. Simplicity and elegance live together in harmony with taste, in a natural setting: the opportunity to become one with nature, to feel energised. With its own character and charm, an extraordinary beauty, authenticity and warm truly atmosphere, welcome guests with a genuine friendly hospitality.
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    Hotel Masseria San Polo Squinzano
    Masseria San Polo in Squinzano is an ancient farmhouse, once the neuralgic and operating centre of an autarchic economy (Salento's typical farm, in Italian "masseria") was recovered and converted into a small dwelling. Surrounded by nature, which gives Salento's typical colours and smells, it's the best place to sample new sensations and rhythms of a different everyday life, recovering lost energies, among centuries old olive trees and lush vineyards, and enjoying moments of pure relaxation. ​The light colour predominates; it's Lecce's stone typical colour, the material used to restore the ancient essence of the Masseria, respecting structure and functionality characteristic of Salento. Even the pool has been created with the use of 'chianche', Lecce's stone blocks, all along used in the territory.
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