Masseria San Domenico

Masseria San Domenico

Masseria San Domenico

Dramatically housed in a 15th-century watchtower, Masseria San Domenico is set on the picturesque coastline between Bari and Brindisi. Today the stunning whitewashed hotel blends Eastern and Mediterranean cultures in a golf and thalasso spa paradise. The spa, where treatments are based on the therapeutic effects of seawater, is on-site, offering everything from seaweed therapies to marine scrubs. And the San Domenico golf course, set as close to the sea as the rocky coastline will allow, offers remarkable Adriatic views. Dine at La Nassa, featuring fabulous fish and seafood delicacies using only the freshest of local ingredients.

Hotel Tip

Looking to trim down? Visit the spa and learn how to combine thalassotherapy treatments with the renowned Mediterranean diet for a relaxing, healthy way to lose weight.

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Virtuoso Amenities   

    For 2019:
  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily Buffet breakfast, for up to two in room guests served in Sala del Fico
  • A complimentary lunch or dinner for up to two people per room once during stay, excluding alcohol, taxes and gratuities
  • Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi

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Elegant stay in Pulia

By: Rockfleet

Reviewed on: 18 Oct 2017

This is a truly refined, yet relaxed place to stay in Pulia. Very near the sea and surrounded by fascinating old villages to visit. Our junior suite was great with a little outside patio. The breakfasts were amazing. The saps was wonderful but very underused. I was the only person there a few times. There were only two drawbacks. The outdoor pool was freezing cold so unusable. It was the end of September but still warm, beautiful weather and we would have loved a swim. Also the dinner in the dining room was not great. The food was not all that good and the fish was like rubber in an area where seafood is the specialty. We also enjoyed that fact that we could also dine at The sister property, Borgo Egnazia. Also beautiful but we preferred San Domenico as it was much more authentic.
Travel Advisor:  Vivien Rethazy

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