MARINA DI MORCIANO OF LEUCA
The property, just 2.5 km from the sea, is situated between Morciano di Leuca and Torre Vado in a plot of over one hectare, characterized by Mediterranean vegetation, also secular olive trees, carob trees, fruit trees and prickly pears. The property has recently been renovated by a well-known architect who, with great skill, has managed to blend the ancient charm of Salento with contemporary interior design, keeping the patina of the existing buildings intact, to which the new construction blends very harmoniously, also in respect of the old local techniques.
It is divided into two completely independent units:
Tyche (166 square meters of commercial area) consists of 3 double bedrooms (two of which with independent access from the outside), two bathrooms with large showers, a living area with built-in sofas (additional 2 beds) and a kitchen with lunch.
Petrea (131 sq. m. of commercial sup.) Is composed of a large room/ living room with 1 double bed and 1 large masonry sofa that can accommodate two more people, a dining area, a bathroom with a dressing room and a kitchen with a storage room.
Both houses are equipped with an electric oven, hob, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher and a programmable safe. In addition, each has a large outdoor area with outdoor kitchen, barbecue, shaded dining area and a shower with hot water. Land: about 10,100 meters. The property is sold whole.
The town of Morciano di Leuca is 61 km from Lecce, the capital of Salento, and 122 km from the Salento Airport (Brindisi).
Torre Vado is the marina of the Municipality of Morciano di Leuca; it is situated on the Ionian Sea at about 6 km from Leuca, where the rocky coast becomes low and easy for bathers. The town developed over time around a 16th century Saracen tower built by the Spaniards along with hundreds of other fortifications located along the southern coast of Italy, from Naples to Capo S. Maria di Leuca to climb up to the Abruzzi: lookout towers guarded by small guards ready to spot the landings of the Turks and marauding Saracens. The ancient coastal tower, which gives its name to the marina, stands on the picturesque tourist port, a landing place for fishermen and vacationers but also a place for special summer music evenings. In the background, the splendid sandy beach of Pescoluse, easily reachable on foot from the seafront.
For several years, this area of Salento has been awarded the BLUE flag, as the cleanest sea in Italy, and the GREEN flag, as a sea more suitable for families and children.