PESCHU de AQUADUCE

Private pool

From $113 / night

Marina Di Novaglie, Apulia, Italy
PESCHU de AQUADUCE
Villa
3 bedrooms
6 guests
7 night min

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Type: Villa
Per week: €750 - €1,760
Pets allowed: No
Internet: No
Description of the Marina Di Novaglie vacation villa rental
Secluded villasurrounded by secular olive trees, overlooking the stunning Bay of Novaglie in the Basso Salento of Apulia. Just 300mts from the miniature fishing harbour the villa is a refined and tranquil home away from home. (aquaduce.it)

NEWS from august 2008:

private pool 12mt x 6mt.
Air conditioning
Terrazzo-solarium of 120sqmt with gazebo .

Aquaduce is set in a tranquil and prominent position above the bay and village of Novaglie, just a 3 minute walk from the waters edge.

Charming Novaglie has two great restaurants and a tiny harbour where you can buy fresh fish from the boats as the catch is brought home.

Within in approximately one hour you can visit most of Apulia's must see town's and cities, and on the doorstep are many which are equally as beauìtiful and waiting to be discovered!

The idyllic sea and beaches of the Basso Salento are within a stone's throw from the house.

Aquaduce has been furnished as is our home, to be comfortable and relaxing. Linens towels and robes are top quality. In the kitchen there are small extras, such as a blender, juicer etc....and there's simple white china and nice large wine glasses!

A spacious terrazza overlooks the sweep of the bay, with al fresco dining facilities and a barbeque area.
The large verandah, with wicker garden furniture and sun loungers provides a comfortable space to read that holiday novel or sunbathe in perfect privacy.

Inside, a large living room is cool and comfortably furnished, and has cable t.v. a small Italian/English library and a selection of board games. The kitchen is equipped for those who love food and enjoy cooking. A fridge/freezer, hob, microwave and dishwasher...and a Bialetto or two!

The two double bedrooms, with views to the olive terraces, are furnished simply and comfortably, with cool, crisp cotton bedlinen and large soft towels. Towelling robes are also provided. A twin bedded room overlooks the hillside. All rooms have shutters for shade and mosquito netting on the windows. The two bathrooms both have showers and hair dryers.

A Welcome pack is provided for your arrival. Linens are changed weekly, and for a small extra charge, may be changed twice weekly.

Maid service or a cook may be arranged separately if required.

A washing machine and ironing facilites are provided outdoors on the side terrace.

We have a traditional wooden fishing gozzo available for a day at sea visiting the grottos, fishing or diving if requested.

Beach towels are NOT provided.


A Meet and greet service from airports is available on request - extra charge. Please enquire.
A Refundable Security and Breakages Deposit of 300 euro is required on arrival.
Extra Linen/Towel change 15 Euro per person per week.

Owners Linda and Batti (an Anglo/Italian couple) are resident on the property and are available for help or information if required during your stay.

GIOVANNI BATTISTA GRASSOTTI

Area Information
Salento is the southernmost tip of Italy's stiletto. Bathed in sunshine year round, and steeped in a rich multicultural history, it's the perfect place to combine the two great pleasures of Italy: Art & Culture and the Sea. Beautiful Baroque limestone cities like Lecce, the Greek influenced white hill town of Ostuni, the small fortified city of Otranto, historic Gallipoli and the famous Valle d'Itria, home of the Trulli, are all within easy reach. Staying with us at Aquaduce places all this on your doorstep.

During the long, long summer, town Festa's are frequent and themed for the town Saint or a regional gastronomic delicacy that's just come into season. Day's and nights of food, processions, Salentino Pizzica music and the hypnotic Taranta dance, and of course light and firework displays that the rest of Italy has had to abandon for logistical reasons.

Artisans work in most towns, producing exquisite linens, bright, traditional ceramics, stone carving and wrought iron. In Maglie, the craft of Papier Mache becomes an art form.

Food in Salento is a reflection of it's geographical position and it's chequered history. The rich red soil produces Italy's finest olive oil, an abundance of fruits and vegetables, and cheeses that are seldom found elsewhere.
The sea produces an array of shellfish and fish as curious and as vast as the coastline itself. With of course a dash of the heat of the pepperoncino so loved in the South.

The two coastlines of Salento differ enormously. Aquaduce is on the Adriatic coast. A wild and rugged area which is a National Park. Commercially undeveloped, it is a haven of tiny rocky bays and crystalline waters. A boat trip will reveal caves and grotto's and freshwater plunge pools. For a confidant swimmer, a few brief seconds underwater at a rock face, and you'll surface into a quiet, luminescent aquamarine world with a cathedral dome of stalctites. Snorkling and scuba diving conditions are perfect.

The Ionian coastline is peppered with small holiday towns and white sand beaches with flower-strewn dunes. Ideal for families with smaller children as the tourquoise waters are shallow and safe. There are both beach establishments with all facilities as well as beautiful open access beaches.

The Basso Salento has a myriad of beautiful and quiet designated 'cycle tour' paths and roads for those who like a slower pace to their sightseeing.

Marina di Novaglie belongs to the larger feudal towns of Gagliano del Capo and Alessano. It is still primarily a tiny fishing village, which nestles at the centre of a tourquoise bay surrounded by a rugged shoreline. Perfect for those who seek the antidote to the Italian beach of umbrella's and sunbeds! Bag a boulder and stretch out.

The harbour has been hewn from the solid rock and offers protection to the half dozen traditional fishing boats which return each day to supply local restaurants.

Lo Scalo is an elegant restaurant, frequented by many famous visitors to Salento, including one of Pink Floyd. Their terrace overlooking the bay is virtually overhanging the bay. A three-course meal, including a good local White is around E30.00. a head . They also have waterside terraces where you can rent umbrella's and sunbeds with of course, aperitivo service, if the boulders of the bay are not for you!

At the Sirenetta, Franco and his family run a Bar, Trattoria and Pizzaria overlooking the bay. Great, fresh fish, simply cooked, homemade traditional pasta dishes, and the best pizzas from an olivewood fired oven. A three-course meal including local White is from E20.00 pp.

A tiny kiosk down on the rocks supplies cold drinks and snacks. Its so picturesque that it was used as a film location last Summer!

Then there is the Ciolo bridge and bay with the famous Restaurant and nightclub 'Gibò' perched high above. Watch the brave souls who dive from the rocks (even the bridge on occasion) into the crystal waters of this tiny inlet while enjoying Aperitivo hour on the terrace of Gibò. Or spend the night dancing in one of Italy's most beautiful clubs.

Local produce markets move from town to town each day ... and on Sunday the Lungomare at Santa Maria di Leuca becomes a shoppers paradise as stalls set up to sell a vast array of clothing, footware and leathergoods, soft furnishings, local ceramics etc. Go early to avoid the crowds and the heat!

Just 20 minutes from Aquaduce is the renowned thermal Spa town of Santa Cesaria, which provides a selection of treatments.

Rates

Rates

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Mar 14 2017 Apr 18 2017 - - €750 - 1 Week
Apr 19 2017 May 31 2017 - - €960 - 1 Week
May 31 2017 Jul 04 2017 - - €1,260 - 1 Week
Jun 07 2017 Aug 29 2017 - - €1,760 - 1 Week
Aug 29 2017 Sep 26 2017 - - €1,260 - 1 Week
Sep 20 2017 Nov 22 2017 - - €750 - 1 Week
Sep 26 2017 Oct 10 2017 - - €960 - 1 Week
Oct 10 2017 Nov 21 2017 - - €750 - 1 Week
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Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 9 a.m.
Lodging tax: N/A
Deposits: 25% Booking Deposit Balance Due 30 days before arrival Security/Breakages Deposit 300.00 Euro
Payment Options: Money Order
Other Fees: 100.00 Euro Final Cleaning Charge
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