Whoever passes through Savelletri leaves their heart in this seaside village in north-eastern Puglia:
Set on the Adriatic coast, Savelletri is quite simply spectacular with its charming small fishing port, the old buildings on the rocky reefs, its many fishmongers and a choice of romantic restaurants.
Savelletri is a hamlet of the municipality of Fasano, just 45 km from Brindisi. Never crowded, its sandy beaches and small rocky reefs include both public areas and serviced lidos; obviously it’s in spring and summer that this corner of Puglia is at its best.
Savelletri is ideal for those seeking an exclusive, relaxing holiday: the most picturesque places to stay are the ‘masserie’ i.e. the typical farmhouses, and the old hamlets, lovingly refurbished to preserve their heritage while offering high standards of comfort.
Close to Savelletri there are a number of interesting places to visit, all just a short drive away. For example, not to be missed are the Archaeological Park of Egnazia, the Safari Zoo, the Aragonese Castle of Brindisi and the localities of Cisternino and Ostuni.