Oasi D'Oriente Hotel Residence

Address: Via Borsellino, Santa Cesarea Terme, Puglia, 73020, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Borsellino, Santa Cesarea Terme.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Cesarea Terme

    Lecce again

    A travel blog entry by jomole on Sep 22, 2015

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    We spent another half day in Lecce, this time visiting one of the small old houses in the city, the Museo Faggiano. In 2001 the family that lived there were having trouble with the drains, and as Luciano Faggiano was digging down trying to find the problem he came across an underground passage, which brought to light 5000 artefacts and archaeological remains. He then, under supervision, excavated further ...

    The city of Baroque

    A travel blog entry by jomole on Sep 21, 2015

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    We drove into Lecce and visited the old city. And what an old city! The whole place is like walking through a museum and is very beautiful. It is built on top of earlier towns inhabited by Greeks, Romans and Normans. After the Romans retreated the city was destroyed several times before becoming more stable under the Normans. Again in the 15th century it was struck by epidemics ...

    Changing places

    A travel blog entry by jomole on Sep 20, 2015

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    ... is part of a fortified town built in the 16th century. It was almost deserted and felt a bit like a film set – we expected John Wayne to appear on his horse! We then tried to find a beach that Paolo had mentioned, but no luck and ended up at a WWF wetland reserve, which is important for being the only part left of a vast marshland area. It wasn't clear if ...

    Lands End

    A travel blog entry by jomole on Sep 19, 2015

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    ... west coast and stopped
    for a swim at a small holiday resort town. Beaches are few and far between as most of the coast is rocky. There is a lot of litter everywhere. According to an Italian, writing in Lonely Planet, it's a sign of weakness to show any civic responsibility!

    Final destination Otranto

    A travel blog entry by helers on Sep 18, 2015

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    The drive from Leuca to Ortrano was up the Adriatic coast and we didn't need Mr Waze until the end when he took us straight to our Masseria which is about 2 miles outside the town.
    The drive was even nicer than the previous day as we climbed up a mountain and hugged the coast for most of the way. It reminded Hilary if the Amalfi Coast but without the drop at every turn.