Hotels to remember: Nardò

Tenuta Centoporte

Giurdignano

From € 250.00

La Macchiola

Spongano

From € 90.00

Furnirussi Tenuta Hotel

Serrano di Carpignano Salentino

From € 219.00

Palazzo De Castro

Squinzano

From € 90.00

Masseria Relais Santa Teresa

Sannicola

From € 122.00

Palazzo Papaleo

Otranto

From € 246.00

Masseria Pagani

Nardò

From € 150.00

Grand Hotel L'Approdo

Santa Maria di Leuca

From € 180.00

Patria Palace

Lecce

From € 92.00

Palazzo Guglielmo

Vignacastrisi

From € 132.00

Travel ideas

Nardò: introduction

Nardò Hotel

An ancient town with an artistic heritage of incalculable worth, Nardò is home to some of the finest examples of Puglian Baroque architecture.

In the heart of Salento, and just a few kilometers away from the Ionian sea, this part of Puglia has been inhabited since pre-historic times. The town was founded around about the 8th century B.C. by the Messapic population who gave it the name of Nerito (from the Greek "Nar", or water).

The Romans were particularly enamoured by Nardò and they made sure their important Via Traiana road passed by here. In the 16th century the Aragons built the town's castle, but it was Giovanni Maria Tarantino, undisputed genius of the Barocco Leccese, the man responsible for the architectural masterpieces which today attract thousands of tourists to Nardò each year, including the splendid Church of San Domenico.

The most spectacular of Nardò's sites has to be the Piazza Salandra, one of the most beautiful squares in the whole of Italy, complete with ornate 18th century column dedicated to the Immaculate Conception at its center. Here the façades of the churches and palazzi appear as if chiselled by master goldsmiths.

Nardò: suggestions from the hotels

Beatrice Longo

(Commercial consultant)

Vivosa Apulia Resort

Resort

Beatrice Longo

At Vivosa Apulia Resort you will find a modern All Inclusive offer, relax, comfort and funny activities for adults and children. A natural pine forest is all that separates the resort from the turquoise Ionian Sea and its gold-sanded beach. (Vivosa Apulia Resort) →

Gabriele e Simona

(Proprietari e gestori)

Masseria Pagani

Resort

Gabriele e Simona

In our structure, dating from the sixteenth century, you will feel right at home; our motto is "give to others what we would get when we are traveling" Yes, we will be guests, not customers, so we are waiting. (Masseria Pagani) →

Anna Addario

(Proprietaria)

La Macchiola

Farmhouse Holidays

Anna Addario

La macchiola is the best location where to discover the historical heritage of the south and where you can taste the real Salento food (La Macchiola) →

Nardò: places to see in the area