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- Jan 16, 2019
About Pierluigi Sabato
We are a young couple and we live in the same building of the apartment (at the second floor). We are ready to help you enjoy our beautiful and young region and to discover all the best places. We will give you all the best Tips for a real and typical Leccese holiday!
Pierluigi Sabato purchased this Apartment in 2009
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Lovely apartment- roomy and very close to shops, restaurants and places of interest.
Clean,spacious and very central.
Great property for exploring Lecce and Gelato!
The property has two big, high ceiling bedrooms at either end with a dining room and kitchen in the middle. Just off the Main Street in Lecce, it is the perfect location to explore what the city has to offer. Pierluigi was a great owner, helping us with suggestions about restaurants, parking and olive oil! We spent most of our time visiting towns and beaches and returning in the evening to try new restaurants. A thoroughly enjoyable experience from start to finish.
Stay in a charming palazzo!
A beautiful spacious suite of rooms.
Kitchen well supplied with condiments.
Fantastic secure location to the baroque centre of Lecce.
Off street parking great advantage.
A helpful arrival greeting by the owner's sister.
This apartment was the perfect accommodation and located just minutes from the old city of Lecce . The two bedrooms and adjoining bathrooms were spacious, and the rooms have beautiful high ceilings. The kitchen was well stocked. We also had wi-fi. Pierluigi and Carmen were lovely, warm hosts and helpful in answering our questions about restaurants and places to tour during our stay. Maps, books on Puglia, and brochures on tours were available for our perusal. This lovely apartment made our visit to Lecce and the surrounding area even more enjoyable. A gem of an apartment!!!
Lovely apartment, warm friendly and helpful young couple and a splendid location!
Really enjoyed our stay and this was the perfect accommodation. If ever we decide to go back to Lecce, I will look no further than staying here again. Everything was thought out to make our stay memorable. We even had real Italian coffee, English tea, fresh fruit, chocolate and jam spreads, fruit juice all readily available for our morning breakfast. The rooms were beautiful with stunningly high ceilings, wi fi, separate bathrooms etc etc. A gem right on the edge of the old town so everything was walkable. Book with confidence my fellow travellers.
Dear Christopher, thank you so much, we are very glad that you enjoyed your stay in Nuvole Barocche. We do our best to make our guests feeling like home and it's a big pleasure to meet respectful and nice people like you. You are always welcome here in Lecce and we hope to see you again! Warm regards, Pierluigi & Carmen
Casa Ristrutturata con molto gusto
Con tutta la famigli abbiamo trascorso tre giorni in una casa molto bella a un passo da piazza Sant'Oronzo. Camere molto grata di e accoglienti.
Lecce is a historic city of 95,200 inhabitants in southern Italy, the capital of the province of Lecce, the second province in the region by population, as well as one of the most important cities of Apulia. It is the main city of the Salentine Peninsula, a sub-peninsula at the heel of the Italian Peninsula and is over 2,000 years old.
Because of the rich Baroque architectural monuments found in the city, Lecce is commonly nicknamed 'The Florence of the South'. The city also has a long traditional affinity with Greek culture going back to its foundation; the Messapii who founded the city are said to have been Cretans in Greek records. To this day, in the Grecìa Salentina, a group of towns not far from Lecce, the griko language is still spoken.
Puglia is an oasis of vineyards, olive mills, castles and cathedrals. A sea of green was all I could see for miles as we drove from Bari International Airport to the city centre. Forests of olive trees, with winding branches crawling from an intricate trunk, covered the side of the highway. Every so often the forest would break to make way for grapes growing in a vineyard.
'Have you been to Puglia yet?
If the answer is no, then I highly–highly–suggest you add it to your wish list. You can find there your favourite ingredients: wonderful food (a cuisine that utilizes both ingredients from the coast and interior countryside), fascinating architecture (Greek, Norman, Baroque, you name it) and beautiful beaches.' (from the Daily Traveler)
Summertime in Puglia is hot, vivacious and welcoming. The festivals from July to September offer visitors a glimpse into the past, present and future of Southern Italy, where locals demonstrate their proud Medieval heritage, distinct cuisine and unique identity in all its theatrical colour.Puglia is one of Italy's best kept secrets; quiet and tranquil – a place where visitors can travel back in time and discover a rural, relaxed Italy. Yet in true Italian tradition, summer heralds the festival season across the medieval towns of Puglia; setting the stage for religious and historical celebrations that are full of music, colour and passion.
British Airways and Ryanair offer up to seven flights a week to Bari, whilst Ryanair offers an additional three flights a week to Brindisi.
The sea is about 12 Km from Lecce (on the Adriatic side) and about 20 km on the Ionian side. Long and wonderful beaches of sand. Near you can visit the wonderful Ostuni, Gallipoli, Otranto and Santa Maria di Leuca!