The Best Lecce Luxury Hotels

Lecce, the gem of the Salento Peninsula and one of the main destinations of Puglia, offers a wide range of activities that will satisfy all types of travelers and holiday makers. 

Culture - Your Hotel in Lecce surrounded by history, culture and traditions 
Often labelled as the “Florence of the South” and as the "Apulian Cradle of the Baroque", Lecce is a fascinating land fill in history, culture and traditions. It features a wonderful old town where strolling around unique examples of Baroque architecture and pieces of art.

Admire the soft stone of Lecce, skillfully carved into the facades of ancient churches and palaces. Visit the Basilica of Santa Croce, the church of St. St. Mary of Providence and the stunning Addolorata Square. 

Caribbean beaches - Your Hotel in Lecce, a few steps from the sea 
Lecce, as well as the Salento Penisnula, is considered a paradise for sea  lovers thanks to the Caribbean beaches that you can find all around the province. The beaches of the Adriatic coast are mainly characterized by long stretches of sand while on the Ionic coast, you will find many coves and rugged cliffs.

Among the best beaches in the province of Lecce, we advise to visit: Santa Cesarea Terme, Porto Cesareo, the Alimini Beach and Maldives of Salento. 

Lecce is a perfect destination for a gourmet holiday and definitely a place to indulge in some delicious typical dishes. There are many foodie hotels in Lecce, the best places where to taste the original cuisine of Puglia and its renowned wines. 


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Lecce (Lecce)

From 130 € ( per Room per Night )
The Acaya Golf Resort & Spa is surrounded by lush Mediterranean flora between Casine WWF Park and the Adriatic Sea. It....

Lecce (Lecce)

From 140 € ( per Room per Night )
Mantatelurè Dimora Esclusiva is located in one of the most romantic corner of Lecce old town. A few steps away from the....

Lecce (Lecce)

From 340 € ( per Room per Night )
The Risorgimento Resort is located in one of the most picturesque corners of the ancient baroque town of Lecce, not....