I am in Torre Vado, the famous marina of the Municipality of Morciano di Leuca in the southernmost part of Salento in the midst of unspoiled nature characterized by large expanses of Salento olive groves just a few meters from the Ionian Sea. Torre Vado, in fact, overlooks this sea which, together with the beaches and rocky points of my marina, attracts thousands of tourists every year. In fact, it has just over 100 inhabitants but in the summer months it becomes the beating heart of tourism in the South Salento area.
In addition to the enchanting nature that characterizes these places, the buildings and attractions of the area contribute to enrich it. In fact, the promenade that runs through my marina and gives wonderful views of the sea to the port is very suggestive, where the 16th century tower is located, from which my town takes its name and that over the centuries has watched over the safety of its inhabitants. The ancient Saracen tower is the symbol of Torre Vado and overlooks the pretty tourist port, at its feet there are the old fishermen's houses (houses) which today host the headquarters of the Italian Naval League. A few meters away are the springs of the place which are large pools of spring water at a constant temperature both in winter and in summer which are characterized by clear waters and low temperatures. But it does not end here, because Torre Vado, besides offering these views, is part of the municipality of Morciano di Leuca which, thanks to its ancient village, is a repository of local history and culture. Its village is in fact dominated by the imposing castle and has a history closely linked to the territory and its production so much that, through the glass plates of the square, you can admire the underground oil mill and the grains. The identity of the village in addition to the marina of Torre Vado also includes that of Barbarano del Capo, a tiny rural village known as Leuca Piccola for the exact reproduction of the basilica of Leuca: the village was, and still is, a staging point along the road that pilgrims make to Finibus Terrae.
Mine is a land that fully represents the Salento hinterland thanks to its traditions, its villages, its sea and the countryside in which it is immersed. In this context, in Via Nepole I find myself that I am a detached house that covers 60 square meters in a plot of around 3559 square meters. I'm on the ground floor, on a terraced land which is accessed by an avenue that leads to a first terrace with a wonderful olive grove and a second terrace where my house is born and also a large outdoor parking area. My interiors, comfortable and functional, are divided into: a kitchenette, a living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom. My outdoor spaces (the highlight) include a garden in the back area, the solar area of relevance that offers a wonderful view of the surrounding area and a courtyard with wooden porch, table, benches and barbecue, storage tools and outdoor shower.
My position also allows me to be well connected both to inland countries that offer the opportunity to immerse yourself in the history and traditions of my land, and to several charming seaside resorts that are just a few km along the coast road. Torre Vado is in fact in a strategic position that allows you to move easily and quickly between the Ionian Sea and the Adriatic Sea and throughout the Salento.
I am the house "Nepole vista mare" and as my name suggests I enjoy a wonderful view of the Ionian Sea available from both my terraces and, as if this were not enough, I am immersed in the tranquility and authenticity of the Salento countryside.
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