YOUR holiday .... Volito Hotel & Resort, San Gregorio - Marina di Patu (Lecce-Salento)
Volito Hotel & Resort is the perfect place to spend some pleasant moments of relax in the beautiful Salento.
The structure, 900 meters from the sea, among olive trees, fig trees, almond trees and Mediterranean, is a perfect example of sustainable architecture with the neighboring landscape. Its shape takes up the shape and materials of the original "pajare", small stone Trulli that still you can be seen in all the Salento.
This "rediscovery" of lines, materials and traditional architecture is combined with the modern services of welcome: the rooms, very cool in summer thanks to the outer covering of stone, they are equipped with every comfort.
Each room has a private entrance, patio, private bathroom with shower, hairdryer, TV LED, internal telephone, internet, air conditioning (hot / cold), minibar, safe.
The particular shape of a "court" of the hotel, also allows you to fully enjoy the common areas, between dry stone walls and the scent of medicinal plants.
Next to the reception there is a large restaurant with both indoor and outdoor terrace where you can enjoy excellent Mediterranean cuisine, made of simple tastes and fresh products.
A few meters away, finally, there is the beautiful beach of San Gregorio, one of the top destinations of Salento. The rocky coast, which starts from Santa Maria di Leuca, gradually degrades until Pescoluse, where we find the most beautiful beaches of Salento (Maldives of Salento) whose fine white sand is mixed with emerald green sea.
The hinterland, however, from Patu is a continuous succession of monuments and cultural heritage such as churches, palaces, historical centers, caves, monasteries and museums.
The highly qualified staff allows the hotel to offer quality services to their guests. The goal is to make people feel at ease, not treating them as customers but as guests, just like in the best tradition of the people of Salento.
General information: New Management 2014 - Managed by the Owners