Located on the edge of the earth, Santa Maria di Leuca, de Finibus Terrae, has ancient origins: Virgil talks about it in the Aeneid describing the landing of Aeneas at the Salentini. To the wonder of mythological events, we must add the one that comes from the contemplation of a landscape that the thousand gradations of the sea waters, the nineteenth-century villas, the scenery of the coast make it unique, almost supernatural. The extreme edge of Italy is distinguished by the artistic, cultural and natural heritage which includes, among other things, the papal Basilica of Finibus Terrae, the sixteenth-century tower of the Omo Morto, the sea caves, a cliff overlooking the sea chiseled, the Mediterranean maquis and “le pajare”, typical dry stone constructions, in a paradise of perfumes and colors, where the cicadas mark the time with their fiery noon. You can hardly escape the charm of this corner of peace.
In a panoramic position, the nineteenth-century Villa La Meridiana evokes a dream atmosphere. The Maria Alessandra suite, on the ground floor of the Villa, has two bedrooms, a living-dining room, an equipped kitchenette with fireplace, two bathrooms with tub and shower. It has all the comforts: air conditioning with thermostatic control, direct telephone, satellite TV, piped music. The garden, the private beach, the swimming pool, a boat, make your stay unforgettable. Without neglecting the welcome, from old friends, that will be reserved for you.