Hidden among ancient olive groves and organic vegetable gardens that gently fall away to the Adriatic, Borgo Egnazia is a labyrinth of paved alleys meandering between quaint limestone casette. This vast, seemingly ancient, byzantine village embodies the unpretentious charm of Puglia with dry-stone walls, a grand piazza and secret gardens brimming with bougainvillea, jasmine, rosemary, and olive trees.
The hotel offers six restaurants, including the beachfront Cala Masciola and one Michelin-starred, Due Camini, with menus here regularly changing to showcase seasonal, regional food. Before dinner, enjoy an aperitif in the gardens and afterwards, wander back through the candle-lit passageways to your cottage where silky sheets will help induce the deepest of sleeps.
For those arriving by yacht, drop anchor before Borgo’s beach club and spend your days partaking in one of the hotel’s many experiences, from creating classic splattered ceramics in the town of Grottaglie to recovering your vital energy with a Roman Bath Ritual in the Vair Spa.BOOK NOW