Primavera in Puglia, Spring in the Salento; April and May are perfect months for a holiday in the historic heel of Italy.
Sun, sand and sea
Within 15 minutes drive of Casa Lorenzo and Nardò there some of the best beaches in Italy. If you are looking for beaches in beautiful towns, Santa Maria al Bagno and Gallipoli will suit you. If it's secluded coves you're after, Porto Selavaggio (Wild Harbour) will be your choice. If you just want sand and sea, Lido … Continue reading Sun, sand and sea
Festa de San Giuseppe
The sun was out for San Giuseppe (fathers' day) and so were the Neretini. Nardò is a traditional town, and celebrated the festival, with illuminations, music and with sweet donuts (baked or fried) called Zeppole. On Saturday evening the a band marched through the Centro Storico and joined the San Giuseppe procession. On Sunday morning the concert band … Continue reading Festa de San Giuseppe
A town with ancient roots; traces of human presence in the area date from Palaeolithic times. The settlement was founded by the Messapi around the year 1000 BC. The Romans arrived in 269 BC and built the Via Traiana through it. After the fall of the Western Empire the town was under the control of … Continue reading Historic Nardò
How we found Nardò…
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