SALVE (Lecce), Puglia
Marina di Pescoluse — Torre Pali
Detached house of 90 sq m covered on a plot of land of approximately 1,500 square meters planted with trees and bushes of Mediterranean type. The house has been obtained from the restoration of an old Lamione (quadrilateral ancient trulli with vaulted ceilings), inside which is housed baitabile a kitchen, a bathroom, two double bedrooms, one loft, and a small room with two bunk beds. Not far from the house, about 5 meters, is located another compartment in part intended to tool shed and partly intended to Big bathroom. The house has a large porch across the front of Lamione.
The municipality of Salve is about 60 km. From Lecce. The distance from Brindisi airport (Airport of Salento) route is 121 km, by car 1 hour and 20 minutes, road to 4 lanes.
The sandy coastline stretching from Marina di Ugento to Santa Maria di Leuca is rich in freshwater springs in the sea. Especially the beaches of Pescoluse and Torre Vado. These sources of water that flows directly on the sea rocks, creating real bagnarole (invaded natural freshwater spring). For this reason, entering the sea, already at a depth of 50 cm you get a pleasant surprise, on hot days, to experience the wonderful feeling, on the sandy bottom at the foot fresh. Here the sea is full of fish because of the high presence of fresh oxygen in the water. No coincidence Pescoluse means sea full of fish.
Pescoluse also in 2016 the Green Flag, attributed as an ideal beach for children's holidays. Among the requirements are the shallow waters, which allow you to take a bath in peace, the absence or most of reefs and rocks in the vicinity, the safe distance between the umbrellas because children have space to move and play, the presence of assistants at the beach, but also skilled personnel for the animation. Also no less important is the presence of baby-friendly bars and restaurants, which may give the parents to prepare baby food and changing diapers equipped with services.
Salve, it is the name of a city that expresses a greeting, and at the same time a tempting invitation to visit the beauties of the place and to learn about the fascinating history of its civilization'and the intoxicating vitality'Resorts'nearby seaside. But Salve also refers to plant sage indicating a soil where this plant grows in abundance. Today, after the reclamation of the coastal shoreline marshes, which occurred in 1950, the main attractions of the Salve, in southern Puglia region is the sand and beaches.