Deluxe Lemon Suite:
The last of the apartments on the ground floor, located along one side of the citrus grove, has a living room with sofa bed, kitchen with antique fireplace, bathroom with extra-large shower and double or twin bedroom, also with antique fireplace.
The Masseria has eight apartments in all, seven on the ground floor and a master on the first floor, all characterized by beautiful vaulted stone and barrel vaults.
The central area consists of a large oil mill, built in 1846 and in use until the 60s, still retains its original features. There are 3 types of presses: in wood, the so-called mammarelle, in cast iron, and in steel, operated with a hydraulic hand pump. On the bottom there is a characteristic stone basin with three pure stone millstones, which were operated by pulling a horse. There is also a large citrus grove with many varieties of fruit trees: lemon, orange, vanilla orange, tangerine, grapefruit, cedar, bergamot, Spanish lime, apricot, pear, lotus, apple tree, rowan, medlar, mulberry, fig , pomegranate.
The millennial olive grove, which boasts plants that are said to have been planted by veterans of the Punic Wars, more than 2000 years ago, has remained in its original sixth, without any modification or increase, and covers about 35 hectares straddling the municipalities of Cisternino and Fasano.