Lying between the Adriatic and Ionian seas, the heel of Italy's boot is dotted with olive groves and gleaming white farmhouses that seperate charming hillside towns with whitewashed houses and narrow cobbled alleyways.

This centuries' old port to Greece and the Balkans is unlike anything you have ever experienced, yet feels so familiar...



La Favorita

This charming, country farm house, dating back more than 100 years with original vaulted ceilings, has been lovingly restored. The house consists of 2 bedrooms and gorgeous swimming pool amidst 17,000 sqm (4.2 acres) of olive trees.

La Camomilla

Currently under renovation, this historic home in the outskirts of Oria will have 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large swimming pool and an extensive living / dining area with a barrel ceiling. As the name implies, wild chamomile flowers blanket the property.

The slow-paced villages that make up Salento boast a stunning landscape, deep-blue seas, centuries of history - and are blisfully isolated from the 21st century.” New York Times