Welcome to Palazzo Bacile
Located in the Salentine town of Spongano, this superbly restored palazzo is situated in a vast walled garden with a superb swimming pool, citrus groves, palm trees, a herb garden and its own small oak wood.
Its serene environment makes it a perfect place for complete relaxation as well as a ideal base for exploring this exciting and diverse area of Southern Italy.
Sleeping from 2 to 32 people in a broad range of accommodation - from the grand apartments of Tabacchi Sotto with its immense reception rooms to intimate cottages in the grounds - Palazzo Bacile offers the perfect retreat for couples, families and larger groups of friends. For 2018, we have added a new cottage: Cassotto Colombaia
Palazzo Bacile is an ideal place to hold events and attend courses; Cooking and other courses are available throughout the year providing opportunities to explore regional cusine, draw inspiration from the Pugliese landscape, connect with its people and soak up its culture.
Puglia hides unimaginable treasures made up of traditions, breathtaking views, centuries old properties, innumerable and untold cultural heritages. Immerse yourself and be part of the Apulian way of life in order to look at this area with the eyes and the passionate heart of a native.
Visit our Spngano and Puglia pages to get a feeling for the area. Alternatively, Sud-Est Apulia can shape the perfect travel itinerary for you, enclosing authentic local experiences and bringing to light the hidden jewels of this area. An enriching discovery of Puglia consisting of cultural visits, food and wine, local artisanship, natural beauty spots, sea experiences, sport and relaxing activities.
My stay at Palazzo Bacile was indeed memorable. It was exciting to stay in the very old but very comfortable Palazzo. It was full of history. I pictured elegantly dressed guests of past ages dining in the very large dining room with its antique furniture. Sarah, our English hostess and married to Alessandro, could not have been kinder to me when I arrived with my suitcase missing somewhere en route from Australia to Italy. I have very fond memories of my time spent in Puglia and enjoyed painting scenes from landscapes and towns close by.