Masseria Selvaggi is a Farmhouse completely renovated, immersed in the Valle d'Itria in Puglia.
Built in the early 1700s, the building was made of stone, the only material used at the time for the construction of houses in Puglia.
Trulli (cylindrical house with conical roof) and cumerse, typical of Valle d'Itria, make Masseria Selvaggi a magical corner of Apulia, rich in history, tradition and charm.
The small farms of Masseria Selvaggi are all cultivated with cereals, vines, olives and fruit trees.
Wine and extra virgin cold-pressed olive oil are also available for sale.
Masseria Selvaggi’s guests can enjoy a large saltwater swimming pool surrounded by stone walls, large green areas, oaks and olive trees where guests are pampered by a cozy and quiet space away from the daily chaos.
Available for guests it is also an half hectares of wood consisting of oaks, and Mediterranean bush, equipped with paths, rest areas, playground, benches and tables, where people can enjoy relaxing moments, far away from noises, and in close contact with the beauty of untouched nature.