Villa Mama Grazia Bed & Breakfast sits in a privileged location. Immersed in the serenity of nature, the house is located a few kilometres from the centre of San Vito dei Normanni and Carovigno.
Summer in San Vito and Carovigno is always full of events and shows to fill your evenings during your stay at Villa Mamma Grazia.
Just 6 km away, there's Torre Guaceto, a protected marine area and nature reserve on the Adriatic Sea. Torre Guaceto will offer you access to its heavenly beaches that nature has preserved intact. And if you like the idea, we would like to suggest what is known as the "road of the nature reserves on the two seas"; the protected area of Porto Cesareo on the Ionian Sea, which can be reached in just 50km.
Torre Guaceto nature reserve
An unavoidable visit during your stay would be to the city of Ostuni, known as the "white town". Get lost into the narrow streets of the old town, all painted in white, in an increasing number of alleys, stairways and tangled streets that cross arches and squares. Ostuni is perfect at night, thanks to the many bars that make it one of the best summer destinations for young people.
What to see in the "white town" of Ostuni
And again, olive trees and blue sea, but with a natural treasure: Castellana Caves. Castellana invites guests with its caves, subterranean wonders that will leave you breathless. Among caves and corridors, the path running between and inside the caves will give you an unforgettable scenery.
The Castellana Caves
Don't miss your visit to Alberobello, the capital of trulli in the Itria Valley. Trulli are an architectural element of universal value, declared a World Heritage Site. With their primitive symbols, both Christian and magic, they are a unique and extraordinary testimony of a civilization and of a cultural tradition now disappeared.
Tourism in Alberobello
Polignano a Mare is a spectacular and charming tourist attraction, a picturesque town with so much to see. Polignano is a charming town, interesting for its sea caves, the old town, and other archaeological remains.
Polignano a mare
Finally, worth mentioning Lecce's baroque. There's no doubt Lecce is a must-see city. Nicknamed the "Florence of the South", the city stands out for the welcoming warmth atmosphere, so typical of southern Italy.