Masseria Mongiò dell’Elefante is located in one of the most beautiful areas of the coast of Otranto, in the middle of a grove of pines and oaks, a stone’s throw from the famous Baia dei Turchi, where the Ottomans disembarked in 1480, a stretch of coast characterized by white sand and crystal clear sea. The presence of the sea and the countryside make this structure a unique place where to live a wonderful experience in contact with nature. Guests can discover a few kilometers from here the lakes of Alimini or the quarries of bauxite and Otranto, with its extraordinary cathedral, is one of the most interesting cultural sites in Apulia. You can enjoy a stay in the name of Art and Nature.
Masseria Mongiò dell’Elefante, near Otranto, is the northern part of the vast estate of the family of the same name, who arrived in Salento at the end of the fourteenth century, and settled in Lecce and Galatina. The logo of the Masseria, consisting of an elephant with a tower, echoes the family crest. The Masseria has been renovated with eco-friendly materials and colors, reusing to the fullest the existing ones and looking for the best solutions for the comfort of guests. The electricity comes from renewable sources. The property consists of 12 suites, each different from the other, elegantly furnished, from 3 to 5 beds, with private entrance, air conditioning, television, minibar, safe, free Wi-Fi. With terrace or private garden, all of them boast a splendid view of the surrounding landscape.
Guests of Masseria Mongiò dell’Elefante in Otranto can taste the cuisine of Salento, revisited in a simple, innovative and elegant style. Based on typical products from local farms, it reflects the particular location of the farm, between sea and countryside, with a menu of fish and local vegetables, served with the best wines of this region. The structure also offers a lounge area, reserved exclusively for guests of the structure, with Jacuzzi, turkish bath, sauna and the possibility to book massages in room or on the terrace overlooking the bay.