Enter Villa Magnolia through a warm and welcoming entrance room with 4 internal doors leading to the 4 large en suite bedrooms, with soothing colour washed walls and vaulted ceilings, tastefully restored using traditional methods. In the grounds there is a beautiful roman style salt water swimming pool, temple and sunken Jacuzzi. The patio area is situated at the front of the Villa, facing south, by the palm trees, to the rear of Villa Magnolia is a shaded patio, where fresh bread and pizza’s are baked, Al fresco dining in season with the emphasis on local organic recipes.
Accommodation is for a maximum of 8 people, Villa Magnolia is private and exclusive offering all our guests attentive, quality service.
The house and grounds are completely fenced in for total privacy, with two entrances, one at the front of Villa Magnolia and the second to the rear of Villa Magnolia.
At Villa Magnolia, it is possible to indulge in relaxation massages, sports massages, reiki, aromatherapy and Yoga!
Environmentally friendly, private, luxurious, unique. Good food, great wine, healthy lifestyle. Villa Magnolia is the place to relax your mind, pamper your body, replenish your spirit.
Villa Magnolia produces energy a 13 KW wind turbine , the energy produced s supports the operation of the Villa and supplies the national grid. All domestic hot water is generated from Solar Thermal Panels. Water is pumped from the artesian well (filled by rainwater) to supply the house and the beautiful Roman style salt water swimming pool and sunken Jacuzzi in the Temple, an area for total relaxation.
On the land at Villa Magnolia only organic produce is grown, courgettes, aubergines, peppers, tomatoes, table grapes, oranges and lemons etc, plus of course the exquisite extra virgin organic olive oil, almonds and winter vegetables.
Exclusively for our guests, home made chocolate truffles, home made soaps, wines, marmalades and more...of course all organic!
It is often said that the people are what makes Puglia - “they smile like the sun” and whilst this
is very true, Puglia would not be the same without its “White City” at Ostuni, its Roman and Baroque architecture in Lecce, its wonderful castles at Oria, Otranto and Taranto, the stunning ‘Trulli’ at Alberobello, the beautiful town of Martina Franca, everywhere you go there is
something different and interesting to see and explore. Every small town seems to have a historical heart- its own ‘centro storico‘.
Whether you chose to visit Puglia for the first time or are a returning visitor you will find plenty to discover. A variety of local markets, characteristic little known villages, the varied countryside
and the coastline, either the Adriatic coast or the little known Ionian coastline with its beautiful sandy beaches. Everywhere you go there is something different and interesting to see and explore. Every small town seems to have a historical heart- its own ‘centro storico‘.
The unique cuisine of Puglia is also a result of many influences from all parts of the Mediterranean and it is no coincidence that most of Italy’s fruit and vegetables are produced here; also of interest is the fact that 10% of Europe’s wines originate here, alongside some of the finest olive oil you will find anywhere.
All of this produces a place like no other - a place in which to enjoy a sun-filled,
gastronomically delightful holiday.