Puglia, with its historic farmhouses, elegant palaces, and breathtaking views, is a dream destination for weddings. Here is our personal top 10!
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Palazzo Daniele: a historic treasure in the heart of Salento
In Salento, in Gagliano del Capo, stands Palazzo Daniele, an aristocratic residence from 1861, later transformed into a refined artistic guest house. The palace is now part of the GS Collection by Gabriele Salini.
The last descendant of the family, Francesco Petrucci, has reinvented the venue, blending its history with contemporary art. He has turned the Palace into a meeting point for international artists, creating a space that enhances its historical essence and stimulates creativity.
The historic spaces have been preserved, maintaining their majesty and combining them with contemporary art and local culture. The Palace is a unique crossroads between history, art, and hospitality. It offers an unforgettable experience for those seeking a wedding immersed in a rich cultural and beautiful environment.
Masseria Potenti: a dive into Apulian traditions
Located in the countryside of Manduria, Masseria Potenti is a gem that tells a long and rich story. Its roots sink deep into Apulian tradition. The name “Potenti” dates back to the Latin era, symbolizing power and prosperity, perhaps referring to the ancient princely family of the Imperiali, the water richness of the territory, the extensive land, or the fertility of the soil.
The history of the Masseria begins in the 11th century. Initially part of the grange of San Pietro in Bevagna, over the centuries it has undergone numerous changes in ownership. In 1701, the farm expanded significantly, covering about 370 hectares.
Today, thanks to the work of Maria Grazia Di Lauro and her husband Paolo, Masseria Potenti is a place where tradition meets modern comfort, a perfect venue for those looking for a wedding immersed in nature and the history of one of Italy’s most fascinating regions.
Masseria San Giovanni: a charm between olive trees and history
Nestled in an enchanted landscape among ancient olive trees and Mediterranean gardens, Masseria San Giovanni reflects the typical architecture of the fortified farmhouses of Puglia. Dating back to the 1600s, the building has been restored preserving authentic materials and historical details.
Within the property is the 17th-century “Madonna della Madia” Church, once a spiritual hub for farmers, now a space for festivities and meditation. The Masseria offers serene corners for relaxation, from lunches in the shade of the trees to the saltwater pool, well integrated into the landscape.
The interiors combine warmth and hospitality with simply elegant furnishings, making each suite unique. Located in Montalbano di Fasano on the historic Via Traiana, Masseria San Giovanni is a refuge where history, nature, and comfort merge, creating an ideal environment for an authentic and refined wedding atmosphere.”
Masseria Calderisi: a slice of paradise in the heart of Puglia
Masseria Calderisi: A Slice of Paradise in the Heart ofIn the heart of a lush Apulian landscape, Masseria Calderisi stands, a 17th-century farmhouse converted into a charming hotel surrounded by olive groves, citrus, and aromatic gardens. Preserving its once cheerful and proud spirit, the Masseria offers an authentic and relaxing experience.
The estate, with its ancient olive trees, invites nature walks and tastings of its own organic olive oil. The interior of the building reflects a perfect balance between history and modernity, where architectural details like vaulted ceilings and stone fireplaces meet contemporary furnishings.
Located in Savelletri di Fasano, 5 km from the Egnazia Archaeological Museum, Masseria Calderisi represents an ideal mix of tradition and modern comfort, a dream location for a wedding that combines nature, history, and style.
Borgo Egnazia: between the Itria Valley and the sea
Borgo Egnazia, in Savelletri di Fasano, is a gem reflecting the essence of Apulian villages. Situated where the hills of the Itria Valley blend into the Adriatic Sea, the resort is known for its authenticity and impeccable service.
Here, tradition meets luxury. From cuisine tied to the Mediterranean Diet to the splendid Vair spa, from private beaches to the San Domenico golf course, Borgo Egnazia embodies a unique hospitality, with unforgettable experiences immersed in the beauty of the Apulian countryside.
Since 2010 a part of the Leading Hotels of the World, Borgo Egnazia is a place where every detail speaks of Mediterranean history and culture. Rooms, cottages, and villas enhance regional architecture in a context of well-being and sensory pleasure. A resort that represents a perfect balance between tradition and modernity, ideal for a wedding that dreams of the authentic elegance of Puglia.
Residenza Pettolecchia: luxury and exclusivity
Residenza Pettolecchia is a luxury private villa, located between Fasano and Savelletri, just 1.5 km from the sea. Available exclusively for weekly stays, this villa offers a unique accommodation experience with all-inclusive services.
Equipped with an outdoor private pool, Residenza ensures privacy and relaxation in an elegant setting. Services include dedicated staff and exclusive access to the private beach club area, for a high-level accommodation experience.
Perfect also as a venue for exclusive events, Pettolecchia La Residenza transforms into a magical setting for weddings and private events, offering customized service. A dedicated concierge ensures that every detail of the event is taken care of to perfection.
Masseria Torre Coccaro: a journey into Apulian history and tradition
Masseria Torre Coccaro, a 16th-century fortified farmhouse, is a luxurious, family-run masseria that embodies the Apulian lifestyle. The tower, part of a defense system against the Saracens, and the seventeenth-century garden with its ancient irrigation systems tell centuries of history.
The Masseria, with its small chapel from 1730 still a place of worship today, is immersed in ancient olive groves, a testament to a deeply rooted agricultural tradition. Managed by the Muolo family, it is a living example of dedication to preserving historical heritage.
Commitment to sustainability is at the core of the Masseria’s practices: from dry agriculture that intensifies the flavor of the products, to rainwater collection and wastewater recovery, to the use of recycled paper and the choice of local and seasonal food. Masseria Torre Coccaro is a perfect example of how respect for nature and history can coexist in harmony.
Masseria Moroseta: a rural enchantment between tradition and modernity
In the Apulian countryside of Contrada Lamacavallo, Masseria Moroseta, a white stone farmhouse, stands overlooking the sea and Ostuni. This masseria blends modern architecture with traditional construction techniques, evoking the style of the historic farmhouses of the region.
Set in five hectares of organic olive groves, Masseria Moroseta is an oasis of tranquility and rural simplicity. The building reflects the Apulian tradition with its dazzling white, intimate courtyards, arches, cement tiles, and stone.
Respect for the environment is at the heart of Masseria Moroseta’s philosophy, with the use of solar energy and green building techniques. It is the perfect place for those looking for a wedding that combines the beauty of traditional Apulian rural life with a touch of modern, sustainable elegance.
Masseria Montenapoleone: a fusion of tradition and innovation
Led by the Monteneve family, Masseria Montenapoleone was renovated in the first decade of the new millennium, after 40 years of neglect. The soul of the masseria is Giuliano Monteneve, of Flemish and Apulian roots, who combined the taste acquired in southern France with Apulian tradition to create a unique place.
Located 3 km from Pezze di Greco, Fasano (Brindisi), the Masseria reflects a fusion of different cultures through a combination of the past and an innovative approach. The interior spaces are enriched with contemporary art installations and historical objects.
Furthermore, the Masseria promotes eco-sustainable development while maintaining the authenticity of a true masseria. The interior, with restored furnishings from the past, reflects a simple elegance and a deep respect for tradition. Every corner of the Masseria testifies to a vital link between the past and present, reflected in weddings of unique charm.
Masseria Don Luigi: an Apulian jewel among the olive trees
Built in 1800 in Savelletri di Fasano, Masseria Don Luigi preserves the typical Apulian architecture, with its squared lines and white lime walls. The interior, furnished with simple country-style furniture, offers a perfect blend of past and present.
This masseria stands out for its versatility and ability to adapt to every need, guaranteeing memorable experiences thanks to a wide range of services and experiences. A passion for hospitality transforms every stay into a unique experience.
Located in the heart of the Itria Valley, near the Fasano station, Masseria Don Luigi is an ideal starting point for exploring the beauty of the surrounding villages, a charming base for naturalistic, gastronomic, and cultural adventures in the region.
Each of these locations offers a unique experience for the most important day of your life. The team at 2become1 is ready to capture every moment with creativity and professionalism, immortalizing memories that will last forever. Contact us!