Hotels to remember: Otranto

Patria Palace

Lecce

From € 92.00

Furnirussi Tenuta Hotel

Serrano di Carpignano Salentino

From € 219.00

Tenuta Centoporte

Giurdignano

From € 115.00

Masseria Pagani

Nardò

From € 135.00

Palazzo Guglielmo

Vignacastrisi

From € 105.00

La Macchiola

Spongano

From € 95.00

Palascìa Wellness Relais

Otranto

From € 160.00

Masseria Relais Santa Teresa

Sannicola

From € 144.00

Grand Hotel L'Approdo

Santa Maria di Leuca

From € 90.00

Palazzo De Castro

Squinzano

From € 90.00

Masseria & Spa Luciagiovanni

Lecce

From € 100.00

Palazzo Papaleo

Otranto

From € 126.00

Travel ideas

Otranto: introduction

Otranto Hotel

The region of the Salento is called "Terra d'Otranto" because this city has for centuries been the cultural and commercial heart of the region. Otranto is sited between the Adriatic and the Idrio Valley, and has, throughout its history, been conquered many times.

The old city, protected by city walls, is characterized by brightly colored houses, whilst the modern town, between the Minerva hills and Mount Carlo Magno, looks over the Otranto Canal, between Capo d'Otranto and Capo Linguetta.

The mild climate and great artistic heritage of the city make it a magnate for tourists. The town has long established fishing industry. Agricultural production of cereals, forage crops and vegetables, and cattle farming are important to the town's economy. The local textile industry is also significant.

To visit: the Cathedral, Casa Arcella, the Byzantine Church of St Pietro, the Church of St Maria dei Martiri, the Aragon Castle, the Borgo Antico, the Harbor, the Coast to the North of Otranto and the Alimini Lakes, the Badisco Port and the Grotta del Cervo.

Otranto: suggestions from the hotels

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) →

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) →

Lucia Leopizzi

(Responsabile Commerciale)

Masseria Relais Santa Teresa

4 Star Hotels

Lucia Leopizzi

Springtime in Salento allows you to enjoy mild temperatures. It's possible to take long walks or bike through the olive groves and taste the typical traditional sweets, such as "zeppole of St. Joseph." (Masseria Relais Santa Teresa) →

Otranto: places to see in the area