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The Maldives of Salento

The right choice for your holiday in Puglia.

Bed & Breakfast – Lu Cantoru

The Lu Cantoru Bed & Breakfast is located in Marina di Pescoluse, in Posto. What makes Lu Cantoru so special is its location with a breathtaking view of the marina and the sea from above. You can’t help but fall in love!

Where We’re Located

PUGLIA – Marina di Pescoluse (LE)

Wi-Fi

Parking

Breakfast

Animals NOT allowed

NON-smoking rooms

Find out what to see in Puglia during your stay at our hotel!

Find out more about our hotel

Our rooms

scirocco room

Double room

sleeps 2

veranda and sea view

PONENTE room

Double room

sleeps 2

veranda and sea view

levante room

Double room

sleeps 2

veranda and sea view

camera room

Double room

sleeps 3

veranda

grecale room

Double room

sleeps 2

veranda

studio flat

Studio flat with kitchen

sleeps 2

veranda and sea view

Inside and outside the hotel

breakfast room

Panoramic terrace

Parking

Get in touch with us!

    About us

    August 2020

    “An enchanting place with a sea view from the terrace. Quiet and relaxing and almost like being at home. A five-minute walk to the sea, or in any case all the beaches are within easy reach. Rooms are perfectly cleaned every day. The managers of the b & b are welcoming and willing to give useful information during your stay. Highly recommended!!”

    – 77ikim

    September 2019

    “Very clean and well taken care of in a quiet but ideal location near the beach and for visiting Salento. Fantastic, abundant breakfast with superb quality foods. Owners are lovely people who are happy to suggest local restaurants, events, and places to see. Totally recommended!”

    – Lorena Ceglie

    September 2019

    “Very comfortable room complete with everything you might need, spotlessly clean, cool, and welcoming. Super breakfast with croissants and local pastries from Lecce, delicious homemade cakes and pies by the owner. The hosts Fabiano and Sabrina were nice and helpful. Fantastic beaches nearby.”

    – Rossana Prohaska