Experience the beauty of Puglia at any time of the year between art, culture, gastronomy and excursions

Masseria Ancella located in the heart of Puglia, between the Valle d'Itria and Salento, in an area particularly appreciated for the beauty of the landscapes and the excellent quality of life. In the immediate vicinity of the hotel are the crystalline beaches of the coastline of Brindisi and some of the most beautiful villages in Italy, including the beautiful Ostuni (the "White City"), the characteristic Locorotondo and the iconic Alberobello.

Torre Guaceto

This beautiful and vast nature reserve is perfect for relaxing in contact with unspoilt nature or for having fun with the little ones. Located on the Adriatic coast of the high Salento, the Marine Protected Area, is characterised by breath-taking landscapes and a crystal-clear sea. A trip here, in what is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in Puglia, is an incredible experience.

Polignano a Mare

A True Jewel of Puglia and the South, Polignano a Mare is one of the most beautiful Italian cities, with its historic centre in white stone with the characteristic balconies overlooking the sea. Each alleyway is marked by the presence of Arab, Byzantine, Spanish and Norman traces. Domenico Modugno lived in Polignano, famous all over the world for his song "Volare" and Pino Pascali, a famous sculptor and artist has here a dedicated Museum of Contemporary Art.


Ostuni, “One of the most beautiful villages in Italy” noted by the English newspaper The Telegraph, is located a few kilometres from our Masseria, crouched on a small hill overlooking a valley of ancient olive trees. At sunset, this beautiful town from which you can see the sea, is pink, resembling some typical images of the Greek islands. Stop here for a relaxing stroll, looking at the beauty and tasting good local food.


Homeland of the Trulli known all over the world, the city of Alberobello is a World Heritage site. The heart of the village, located on a hill, is entirely composed of the characteristic conical roofs of the original houses hand built in stone and whitewashed with lime. Walking through the alleyways you can admire the uniqueness of more than 1000 Trulli, the discerning habits and customs typical of this place.


When the streets of Locorotondo, at this time are more alive than ever. The beautiful village, on top of a hill, is preparing to host festivals, high-level concerts and evocative religious festivals. The "cummerse", the characteristic sloping stone roofs of the houses of the historic centre, emerge from the olive fields of the Valle d'Itria. This village is the perfect place to get lost in search of local flavours!