The Masseria Some words of history

Immersed in an olive grove of 2600 trees, Masseria San Martino is located just a few miles from the sea and is situated amid Puglia's most spectacular country side.

The origins of the masseria date back to the eighteenth century A.D. and the building has been recently renovated to a high standard, maintaining the original features and is the ideal place for a peaceful and relaxing holiday.


  • During summer evenings concerts of typical music of Puglia are organized on behalf of the Masseria San Martino staff for all their guests

The Church

  • Church of Masseria "San Martino" ( 1826)
    Once arrived to the village of Pezze di Greco, you deviate in a country road that goes towards the sea about 2500 meters from the village, and within walking distance from the road, you meet on the right the masseria.
    The church is part of the building of the masseria and has a rectangular facade crowned by a balustrade accessed two steps up.
    The rectangular entrance is highlighted by a protruding flat frame with a smooth architrave.
    Above the entrance there is a dedicatory inscription engraved in a rectangular tile.