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A0880 - Ancient Apulia Masseria  

Ancient Apulia Masseria

Venue Details

Ancient Apulia Masseria is a romantic wedding venue in Apulia. This Farm is perfect to plan your wedding in Italy and host a romantic wedding reception in Bari, Apulia.

Type: Farm

Region: Apulia

Province: Bari

City: Polignano a Mare

Venue Features

Smallest hall for: 20

Largest hall max: 80

Outside space: 250

Venue capacity: 400

Accommodation: Yes

Sleeps up to: 8

Onsite catering: Yes

Price per person :

Distance airport:

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About us ..

The farmhouse, a beautiful fortified Masseria date back 1700, is located on a hillside, just steps from the lovely place of Polignano a Mare. Immersed in the green of the Mediterranean, the farmhouse is surrounded by a large garden inundated by the scent of citrus. In the courtyard there still is the old stone brick oven to make bread and focaccias as the old style. The outer of Masseria is full of the old "cianche" where we organize large buffet. A romantic place to spend the most important day of your life.

What service does your venue provide ?

Ceremony, Wedding Reception and Accommodation

What type of Ceremony can take place in the venue ?

Blessing and symbolic ceremonies

Do you allow outside catering ?

No

Starting price

What does the starting price includes ?

Personalized wedding menu.

Features and seated meal capacity of inside rooms

The farmhouse has several dining rooms, with a total capacity of 180 seats.

Details of outdoor wedding venue

Huge Italian garden.

It can get married within the venue ?

The Masseria has a small church where is possible to celebrate weddings.

How many guests does your venue can accommodate overnight ?

The farmhouse has 8 beds.

Do you offer parking ?

Yes

Distance from airport

50km from Bari "Karol Wojtyla". 80km from Brindisi "Antonio Papola".