A historic residence
very close to white beaches and crystal clear waters
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Minervino di Lecce
Palazzo Siena is a historic residence dating back to the 19th century and is located in Specchia Gallone, a little village in Salento which is placed in the district of Minervino di Lecce very close to the white beaches and crystal clear waters of Alimini, Santa Cesarea Terme, Porto Badisco, Baia dei Turchi and Torre Sant’Andrea, not far from Otranto and about 40 kilometres from the charming Lecce Baroque.
Palazzo Siena is much more than a hotel in Minervino di Lecce ... it is a unique and unforgettable stay experience!
OstroThe comfort rooms, about 25 square meters each, are partly mezzanineCheck out the room
BoraThe comfort rooms, about 25 square meters each, are partly mezzanineCheck out the room
BurianaThe comfort rooms, about 25 square meters each, are partly mezzanineCheck out the room
PonenteIt is the sole comfort room located on the ground floor next to the main entrance and not far from the garden. Used over time also as a butcher, it has the characteristic black and white checkerboard flooring typical of these shops. In this room it possible if required to have the third bed.Check out the room
SciroccoWith a view on the garden, has a double access from the reading room and the garden through a private staircase.Check out the room
MaestraleAn ancient house dating back to the 19th century, independent from the rest of the residence and immersed in our garden next to the pool. Check out the room
LevanteEntirely made of the typical light colored Lecce stone, has a large bath tub cut into the stone and has a double access from the main entrance of Palazzo Siena and the garden. Check out the room
LibeccioMade of the typical light colored Lecce stone, is located on the ground floor and has a double access from the main entrance of Palazzo Siena and the garden.Check out the room
Originally belonging to the noble family of the Barons Basalù, it was later inhabited by the archpriest Brunori and became a place of welcome for the locals of Minervino di Lecce; today it belongs to our family, from which the name "Palazzo Siena" originates.
The charm and magic
of the past
The Palace has undergone a conservative restoration that has left the original structure intact: it consists of two floors with an adjoining courtyard and a large garden with orchard in which an ancient colonnade covered with centuries-old vines and an old citrus grove stand out.