C.da Pezze Vicine, 65
72015 - Fasano (Brindisi)
Apulia - Italy
Tel. e Fax 080.4413780
  Guests are sacred here. The silence of the countryside, the singing of birds, the swimming pool in the lemon-house, the perfume of orange trees in the ancient garden, the shadow of the old pergola, make this seventeenth-century masseria, refurbished with great care, the ideal place to relax and gain new strength, surrounded by ancient olive trees and old stone walls in a pure environment.

  This homestead is a clear example of the unique rural architecture that is so common in this land.
Over the last few centuries, Marzalossa was chosen by monks and prelates who spent here long periods of time coupling mediation and prayer with the care of the countryside and of the majestic olive trees still yielding produce. Evidence of this passage is still present here.
Today, the Masseria is directly managed by its owners who personally supervise the entire stay of their guests.
  The few rooms available in the Masseria have been equipped with all comforts, while their character of rustic refinement, making stay decidedly pleasant, has been preserved.   Besides the swimming-pool located in the old lemon-house, guests may use the bicycles and a boat for excursions on demand.
In addition, on request, a minivan service from and to the airports of Bari and Brindisi is available.
  The cuisine is exclusively reserved to the guests of the Masseria, and features typical local and regional dishes, finely cooked and mainly made with organic produce from the same farmstead, a special mention being deserved by the unique olive oil produced in limited quantities by resorting to ancient methods, besides vegetables preserved in oil, fruit preserves, Rosolios, etc. served inside and outside to provide maximum relax to the guests.
Ms Maria Teresa holds cuisine courses.