Puglia is a foodie’s paradise and our cooking class will unlock the secrets of the Masseria’s signature dishes, carefully crafted by celebrity chef Fulvio Pierangelini.
Olive oil is the lifeblood of Puglia, its unique flavour enhancing every local dish from antipasti to dessert.
Immerse yourself in Puglia’s proud wine-producing heritage at a tasting with our passionate sommelier.
Whether you choose the masseria’s sun-drenched gardens or the sanctuary of your own suite for your private class, our qualified yoga teacher will help you find inner balance, strength and flexibility.
Relax and recharge enveloped by the scent of orange blossom and the chime of handmade bells at our inviting spa.
What better setting in which to perfect your swing than the breathtaking Puglian countryside?
Based in Polignano a Mare, Peppino Campanella crafts bespoke lamps and his workshop, overlooking the sea, is an Aladdin’s cave.
Try your hand at the ancient craft of ceramic modelling during your stay at Masseria Torre Maizza.
Get a fresh perspective on Puglia and Basilicata with a thrilling hot air balloon ride.
Discover lush landscapes and historical gems on this guided hike in Alto Salento.
Thrill seekers will love the adrenaline-fuelled fun on offer at Woodland Adventure Park, just outside Ostuni.
Be an apprentice in a typical farmhouse kitchen at an ancient masseria.
Join cheese artisan Giorgio on his farm to learn the ancient art of making fresh burrata – the creamy queen of Italian cheeses – and try your hand at knotting a mozzarella or two.
Get ready to show off your moves as professional dancers help you master the Taranta, the dizzying folk dance accompanied by hypnotic tambourine beats believed in ancient times to drive out poisonous tarantula bites.
Start the day with a guided tour of Lecce – dubbed the ‘Florence of the south’ thanks to its dazzling Baroque architecture – before being chauffeured to Li Veli winery, whose oenologist will reveal his secrets during a stroll among the vines.
Delve into Puglia’s rich wine culture at an award-winning winery in Gioia del Colle.
Puglia’s capital, Bari, is the centre of Italy’s crudi (raw fish) scene, with locals feasting on just-caught sea urchin, octopus and oysters at the fish market next to the port every morning.
Architecture buffs will love this guided tour of Lecce, Puglia’s Baroque jewel.
Perched atop a soaring limestone cliff overlooking the turquoise Adriatic, Polignano a Mare is a sleepy seaside town famous for cliff diving – although its creamy gelato comes in a close second.
Whether you’re a polo novice or a seasoned pro, Polo degli Ulivi has an adrenaline-fuelled activity to suit all levels.
The shallow waters along Puglia’s shoreline are rich in octopus, and ‘polpi’ has become a staple of
local cuisine. Spend a memorable morning with our favourite charismatic fisherman at a historic port, where you’ll be welcomed aboard a traditional wooden fishing boat known as a Gozzo, to help him land the catch of the day.