If you are looking for the perfect place to stay during your holidays in Salento, then look no further than the Vistamare Bed & Breakfast in Alliste (LE).
It is now known that Salento represents one of the most sought-after and fascinating holiday destinations not only in Italy but worldwide. The people of Salento are proud of their land, the sea that surrounds it, and the local flavors. From its turquoise waters to its secret sea caves, from its authentic and simple dishes to its warm people, Salento is almost a country in its own right.
The Vistamare Salento B&B
The B&B Vistamare is located in Alliste just 60 meters from the Alliste Marina on the Ionian Sea. The turquoise sea, the low cliffs, a cycle path, and many services characterize this area, making it truly ideal for a relaxing stay.
When you choose the B&B Vistamare for your stay you can rest assured that you will be well looked after by the owners, that you will be served a delicious breakfast of local delicacies (included in every stay), and that you will be guaranteed all modern comforts.
Each room is air-conditioned, has a private bathroom with a spacious shower and hairdryer, and is equipped with a fridge, a 32″ LCD TV, a safe, a private balcony to admire the panoramic views, and a practical clothesline.
Other services can always be added to maximize your experience even more. By choosing half board or full board, guests will have the opportunity to taste our chefs’ signature dishes at the Pesce & Bollicine Restaurant just 1500 meters away.
Furthermore, Vistamare has an agreement with nearby beach establishments allowing guests to rent umbrellas and deckchairs at a reduced cost.
The vast majority of tourists choose to go to Salento above all for its beaches, which rival those of the Caribbean or the Maldives. In just 30 minutes from Vistamare Salento, it is possible to reach the renowned beaches of Gallipoli, Ugento, Santa Maria di Leuca and Pescoluse. Alternatively, opting for a visit along the Adriatic coast, Otranto, Castro and Santa Cesarea Terme are easily accessible within an hour’s drive. And don’t forget to explore one of the most fascinating cities in all of Italy, the heart of the region, Lecce.
It is absolutely worth it to explore the region’s hinterland and visit the characteristic villages such as Specchia, Presicce, and many others. With a bit of luck, you’ll find yourself in the middle of a typical village festival listening to the frenetic rhythm of the tambourine and if it hasn’t already, Salento will make its way into your heart.