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BORGO EGNAZIA is a world-class property providing extra-ordinary hospitality and unforgettable holidays. Whether you’re seeking a romantic interlude, spa excursion, golf outing, beach retreat, or family getaway, all in a stunning Mediterranean setting, then look no further. Nestled among Apulian olive groves and located just a few minutes from the sparkling shores of the Adriatic, this pristinely elegant property perfectly interprets contemporary ideals of beauty and hospitality. Conceived and developed over a span of ten years under the guidance of artist Pino Brescia, Borgo Egnazia is a visionary interpretation of a typical Apulian village and an homage to indigenous resources, from the locally sourced, hand cut limestone of the buildings to the flowering bougainvillea and jasmine that perfume the enclosed gardens. The layout provides guests with an equal measure of privacy and exclusive access, and includes three kinds of accommodations: 

La Corte, the main hotel with its 63 rooms and suites; Il Borgo, a separate village that offers one- and two-bedroom townhouses surrounding a central piazza; one seven-room villa; and twenty-eight three-bedroom villas, each featuring private pools, gardens, and wraparound rooftop terraces. The on-site Vair Spa is a sanctuary for the body, mind, and spirit, operating in accordance with a psycho-emotional vision that places inner beauty at the core of its spa treatments. Borgo Egnazia’s culinary offerings include six restaurants, each with a specific identity related to the tradition of Puglia, from the sophisticated gourmet experience of Due Camini, helmed by Michelin-starred chef Andrea Ribaldone and new executive chef Domingo Schingaro, or lunch at the Beach Club Cala Masciola, with its panoramic sea views and fresh grilled fish. Lobster, shrimp, tuna, sea brim, sea bass, mussels, and octopus—everything comes straight from the sea, set on ice until ready to grill. Sitting at the open-air restaurant is one of those moments you are forced to say, “life is good!”

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