Just 5 minutes from Masseria Mò is Galatina, a town where you can live the relaxed and enthusiastic vibes of Salento, but also a cultural destination with some of the most beautiful churches in Italy, such as the Basilica di Santa Caterina. We can organise tour guides of the city at your wish.


Anima e Cuore - Galatina
A typical fish restaurant in the heart of Galatina with a wonderful terrace to dine out.

Taverna del Porto - Tricase
Porto High quality seafood dishes in a rustic setting jut a stone cast away from the sea.

Le Stanzie - Supersano
An agriturismo lost in the countryside south of Galatina where you can taste the typical cuisine of Salento.

Bros - Lecce
Chef Floriano Pellegrino and Isabella Potì are amongst the most promising young chefs in Italy.
Their cuisine reveal the many flavours of Salento and makes you discover the hidden sides of its traditions.


Masseria Mo’ is located in the middle of Salento, giving you the privilege to choose between Mar Ionio or Adriatico, accordino to your wishes. Here is a selection of our favourite beaches.

Mar Ionio
The Ionio side of Salento welcomes a wild and almost untouched coastline, offering different kind of beaches.
Hidden in the national park of Porto Selvaggio is a beautiful bay with both rocks and sand beaches reserves. If you’d like something of easier access, Punta della Suina has an incredible white sand and a bit further south the beautiful so called Maldives of Salento.

Mar Adriatico
The Adriatico coast is home to postcard landmarks such as the Grotta della Poesia, a natural pool located just beside a Moorish tower. What we like of Adriatico, though, it’s the freshness of its seafood, and there’s no better place than Porto Badisco to taste products like sea urchins on bread and raw mussels. If you’re looking for something more classic, the Baia dei Turchi has wide sandy beaches and fully serviced bathhouses.