Masseria Cimino

Puglia, Italy

From the first tee of the San Domenico Golf Course, you’ll notice a red tower in the distance, standing out against the intense blue of the sea and sky that surrounds it. Masseria Cimino is a fortified farmhouse and ancient tower which dates back to the 18th century. It was built just meters from the sea, adjacent to an archeological site where the ruins of the 6th century Ancient Roman city of Egnazia were discovered.

Masseria Cimino — Puglia, Italy

Chic simplicity meets understated elegance with the hotel’s 14 rooms and suites. The rustic vibe is welcoming and warm, offering a home away from home to explore Puglia, either by car, foot, or bike.

Puglia, Italy

The best time to visit

Seasonal fare and the hotel’s intimate, family-centered approach makes for a memorable winter stay, while spring and autumn are perfect for golfing and biking.

More to discover with Querido

Continue those bespoke, rustic vibes with a stay at Masseria Le Carrube closeby.

How to get there

Brindisi (BDS) airport is approximately 40 minutes away; Bari (BRI) airport is approximately 50 minutes away.