Masseria San Domenico
Dating back to the 15th century when it was used by the Knights of Malta as a watch-tower, the building that houses Masseria San Domenico was carefully restored in 1996. The unmistakable whitewashed building contrasts the mesmerizing blue of the Adriatic coast and the lush greenery of centenarian olive groves.
There are 40 rooms and suites, all within reach of the hotel’s free-form swimming pool, state-of-the-art Thalassotherapy Spa, gourmet restaurant, tennis courts, and of course, the adjoining championship 18-hole golf course.
After a considered restoration, respecting original shapes and building materials, the hotel’s 15th-century tower was converted to a five-star deluxe resort whose charm recalls the history of the region—a land where Eastern and Mediterranean cultures flourish together.
Boutique-style intimacy meets first-class facilities. The hotel’s 40 rooms and suites meld the old with the new, offering contemporary touches amidst classic design.
How to spend your time
San Domenico al Mare is the perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon—but if you’re feeling more adventurous, take one of the hotel’s bikes and ride to Savelletri for an aperitivo and crudo at Pescheria 2 Mari.
Fall in love with
The timeless elegance of Masseria San Domenico, it’s remarkable views, and the crystal clear, turquoise waters of the Adriatic coast.
Expect the unexpected
San Domenico al Mare is just half a mile from the hotel and reserved for those who wish to enjoy the sea in complete relaxation. The four rooms overlook the Adriatic coast and make for a breathtaking stay.
The best time to visit
You can – and should – stay at Masseria San Domenico any time throughout the year.
Experience Hotel Vilòn after landing in Rome, then take a one hour flight to Masseria San Domenico.
How to get there
Brindisi (BDS) is approximately 40 minutes away; Bari (BRI) airport is approximately 50 minutes away.