Salento, is known as “The heel of Italy”, is coincident with the southern most part of Puglia, between the Ionian Sea to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the east, which is why it is also called the land between two seas , from a historical point of view the Salento has been for many centuries the ancient region called Terra d'Otranto.

The climate of Salento is mild and temperate, with mild winters and hot and sunny summer that make every time of the year right for a visit in this wonderful land.

Here in Salento everything is warm and friendly, people born in these places welcomes visitors by involving them in the magical atmosphere of places and rituals of Salento, making him relive the ancient rite of the festivals of the country, the patron saint festivities and telling the old magical stories that bring to mind the time away “Tarantismo”.

Many countries, all different in customs and dialect cadences, which in the Greek Salento language even become part of the Griko, but united to form a single living organism, pulsating, composed of many small identity which represent the moral wealth and cultural heritage.

In addition to expanses of olive trees that characterize the area, the vegetation is also made from the prickly pear, which grows spontaneously both inside and along the coast as well as the interstices of the typical dry stone walls and expanses of vineyards constitute a productive asset for this region. The last decade is trying to valorise the native varieties including the famous Negroamaro increasingly appreciated, wanted and loved.

Lecce is the capital and the largest cultural center of Salento, the southern Italian city of art, is known as the "Florence of the South" or the "Florence of the Baroque." The ancient origins messapiche and the archaeological remains of Roman rule mix in fact the richness and exuberance of the Baroque.