In an underground space once dedicated to the processing of olives and almonds, with carved-out niches forming a framework of luminous stone, the internal space is dedicated to events and welcomes birthdays, graduation parties, intimate weddings, as well as business meetings and team building activities. The outdoor area, once used as a sheepfold for shepherds taking their flocks to pasture, hosts private parties and themed dinners with entertainment in the summer months.
There is a small church dedicated to Saint Lucia which can host the simulation of civil rites for weddings and vow taking.
Bread making in the old oven, olive harvesting during the season, exploration of the city on board an Ape Car or a visit to the rural village of Borgo La Martella, where the first families were relocated to from the Sassi districts in 1953, are just some of the alternative experiences that guests can have in addition to enjoying a relaxing stay at the Masseria.
These additional optional experiences bring together the senses, meanings and symbols of the history of this place, allowing guests to fully immerse themselves in the spirit of the city. In addition, pasta making workshops, wine tastings and guided tours to the Sassi districts and other neighboring areas of great urban and architectural interest can all be organized upon request.