Experience wonderful Salento: The sea, history, and art all within reach from Lu Cantoru
Salento, an enchanting land kissed by the sun and the Mediterranean sea, offers its visitors not only breathtaking beaches but also a rich historical and artistic heritage.
From the B&B Lu Cantoru, located in a privileged position, you can easily reach the most famous places in Salento.
Pescoluse is one of the most beautiful locations in all of Salento. Its crystal clear sea and white sand beaches make it a popular tourist destination.
The coast of Salento is dotted with numerous watchtowers dating back to the sixteenth century, among which the Torre di Masseria Borgino stands out. Then there are the characteristic dry stone houses, called “pajare”, which are scattered among the centuries-old olive groves of the area.
The Salento coast is full of karst phenomena and caves, including the famous Grotta Zinzulusa in Castro. Many other smaller caves can be found on the Ionian and Adriatic side, such as the Grotta delle Tre Porte and the Cala dell’Elefante, located in the Tricase area, which can be visited by boat.
morciano di leuca
One of the most authentic villages in Italy located in Salento.
One of the most beautiful villages in Italy, located in the hinterland of Salento.
Grottos of Santa Maria di Leuca
These caves are a geological and historical wonder.
s. maria di leuca
The Maldives of Salento: a true flagship in Puglia and Italy.
The small village is located in the south of Puglia, in Salento, with a strategic position.
A famous natural swimming pool with a sea cave.
Breathtaking beaches in the beautiful seaside resort of Santa Cesarea Terme
Sun, sea, but also art and culture. Gallipoli is not only beautiful beaches but nightlife.
A popular tourist destination, at the gateway between the Ionian Sea and the Adriatic.
Also known as the “Florence of the South”, Lecce enchants its visitors.
grotta della poesia
Among the wonders of Salento stands one of the most beautiful natural pools in the world.
One of Salento’s most guarded treasures.
Known in Italy as the White City for its blinding white stone buildings.
Famous for its magical atmosphere and trulli houses.
Plunging cliffs and birthplace of Domenico Modrugno (“Volare”).
A delightful, somewhat lesser-known village located in the Puglian hinterland.