Clients from around the world
our hospitality is appreciated by clients all over the world
The consistency of respect for the environment is the driving force behind our choices and that is why we have installed a photovoltaic system for the production of electricity and a solar thermal system for the production of hot water.
Ancient farmhouse on 2 floors finely restored respecting the original style. We have thought of creating a location for those who want to experience the simple but true rhythm of the Salento culture and landscape. It is certainly an unforgettable experience to be awakened by the silence and dynamics of a Salento village, have breakfast with the genuine products of this land, relax in the garden or on the terrace in absolute tranquility, admire the colors of the Salento sunsets and enjoy a good glass of wine from our land. To frame the orchard, the splendid Salento countryside and the historic center of Specchia.
We sincerely thank Assuntina and her son Sergio for their hospitality, warmth and availability.
Like having been at home, a very clean facility, attentive and scrupulous in everything, we highly recommend it to everyone.
One of the best places I’ve ever stayed: impeccable cleanliness, functional room and very comfortable bed, breakfast with delicious typical products, 4-star swimming pool and outdoor spaces, kindness and courtesy of the managers and staff and unbeatable value for money.
Sergio and his parents welcomed us with great cordiality, showing us their splendid structure. We immediately felt at ease. Well furnished room is equipped with all comforts. Excellent breakfast served under the loggia in front of the splendid garden. Too bad we didn’t have time to use the beautiful swimming pool: it will be for the next holiday because we will be back!
The cleanliness, the kindness and the availability of the host .. attentive to everything .. also excellent rich breakfast and pasticciotti from Lecce
The first information about Villa VentoSolare date back to the beginning of XIX century; at that time it was a farmer house expanding its lands and productions over most of the fertile neighbouring lands until ’70s; its plentiful farm production ranges from wine to cereals and tobacco, which had been largely grown in Salentine Peninsula till 20 years ago.
The little outbuilding (now the hall of VentoSolare) was used as a warehouse for the dried tobacco, and outside there was a small wooden cottage coated with plastic and used as “natural stove” (to take advantage of the sun) for the drying of tobacco leaves before sending them to the manufacture.
The halls on the ground floor were used to accommodate the farmers and the owners MARTINO and COSIMA …
Today there are only the outer walls and some inner parts of the “old” Villa VentoSolare due to the several restorations which have taken place for years until the last one, of these days, which changed the farmhouse into a pleasant resort with all comforts.