Borgobianco Resort & Spa

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The Borgobianco Resort & Spa, in Polignano a Mare, is only a few km far from the most suggestive tourist destinations of the area. The resort is surrounded by a countryside full of pedestrian and cycle paths. From the rooms of the resort it is possible to admire the beautiful sea that, in the 2015, was awarded with a "bandiera blu" for the third year in a row. The luxury services and the attention to the smallest details guarantee an unforgettable holiday. All the rooms are equipped with heating/air conditioning, flat-screen TV, security box, minibar, free Wi-Fi connection and radio Tivoli. The Suites have a beautiful terrace and view on the pool, on the surrounding countryside and on the Adriatic sea. Their furnitures are inspired by the typical style of the ancient apulian "masserie". The Suites consists of a bedroom, a living room and a bathroom (some of them have a jacuzzi). The guests can relax in the 1.000-square meter spa with heated pool and hydromassage, sauna, turkish bath, gym and five rooms dedicated to massages and beauty treatments. The Borgobianco has a restaurant that serves typical mediterranean dishes and a terrace with sea view, a Lobby bar & lounge, two meeting rooms and a car park.

Polignano a Mare is known as "The pearl of the Adriatic sea" and it has been awarded with a "bandiera blu" since 2008 by the Foundation for Environmental Education for its clean beaches, tourist landings, services offered and, of course, the quality of its water. Besides the natural beauties like coasts and water, Polignano is full of cultural monuments and history characterized by the presence of a roman settlement. Polignano shows its beauty throughout the entire year and those who visit this locality will surely fall in love with it and come back again.

Places to know and visit
The marine grottos in Polignano are among the things that everyone should see at least once in their life. They are among the most beautiful grottos in Italy and their beauty can only be understood by experiencing them with your own eyes. The excursion lasts 2 hours.

Another must-see place is the historical centre of Polignano and the remains of its roman settlement, such as the bridge of Via Traiana that crosses Lama Monachile, the deep inlet located north of the historical centre.

The Church of the Matrice Dell'Assunta, dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta, overlooks the small square Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, heart of the historical centre. It was cathedral until the 1818, when the small diocese of Polignano was aggregated to the Monopoli's one. Inside, many of the works by the sculptor Stefano da Putignano are preserved.

In the district of San Vito, on the coast north of the town and right on the harbour, there is the majestic complex of the Benedettini's abbey.

The Church of Sant'Antonio was built at the end of the sixteenth century in the namesake square. It once hosted the convent of the monks, while today there is the ER and the headquarters of the broadcasting station Radio Incontro. In the church there are three naves with three stone pillars.

The abbey of San Vito, founded by the benedictine monks, has been designed during the tenth century. In the sixteenth century the abbey housed the minor monks of the SS. Apostles and in the 1785 it became property of the Regio Demanio. In the 1866, the State sold the abbey to the La Greca marquises, current owners of the abbey, while the church is property of the Fondo di Edifici di Culto del Ministero degli Interni, that gave the right to the church of Matrice Santa Maria Assunta to celebrate the Mass every sunday.

The Arco Marchesale, also known as Porta Grande, is a series of city walls built in the 1530. In the 1780, it became the only entrance to the city. On the barrel vault of the Arch there is a canvas representing Christ's crucifixion dated back to the end of the 1500, but its author is unknown.

Piazza Aldo Moro (commonly known as "villa") is the main square of the town where many events and country festivals are organized. Built during the first years of the 1900, it underwent many structural renovations. In the 2014, the square was completely restored and renovated.

The Agro Polignanese and its "masserie" (large farms): the Masseria Pellegrini, with a nineteenth century style, has a wide courtyard with a central building from where it is possible to admire the manor and the service areas; the Masseria Bellini, sorrounded by cherry trees, has a suggestive loggia with a balustrade and a drain, downsized during the years, that separates the main facade from the secondary ones; theMasseria  Bellipario, with the small church dedicated to the Madonna Immacolata, is located in the contrada Marinesca; the Masseria Cannone-Baldassarre; the Masseria Chiantera-Comes and many others.

Services for our guests
Check-in from 17:00 - Check-out within 10:30.
Sunday/sunday stays.

Free services included in our offers
Free access to the spa with sauna, hammam, indoor heated pool, fitness area.
Piano bar in the evening during the summer in the wonderful courtyard of the masseria.
Outdoor pool with sunbeds, solarium and pool towels.
Shuttle service in preset hours from/to the beach and the city centre.
Structure and rooms equipped for disabled people.
Hypoallergenic and non-smoking rooms.
Heating/air conditioning.
Non-supervised internal car park.
Packed lunch.
TV room and two meeting rooms.
Wi-Fi connection.
Concierge service.
Luggage storage.
Excursions service.
Reception open 24/7.
Room service.

Surcharge services
Baby-sitting service.
Laundry service.
Shuttle service from/to the airport.
Bike and stroller rental.

Scuba diving (surcharge).
Massages and treatments (surcharge).
Mountain excursions (surcharge).
Grastronomic and cultural itineraries (surcharge).
Nearby associated beach clubs (surcharge).
Tennis, golf, yacht club, fishing, horseback riding (surcharge).
Excursions to the Sassi di Matera, Alberobello's trulli (surcharge).

The White Restaurant is open all day, breakfast will be served on the terrace and there will always be fresh products prepared with local ingredients and a delicious coffee. During the summer, the guests can choose a light lunch by the pool or at the restaurant where, at dinner, the evening will start in an unforgettable way: an elegant environment where the guests can taste typical apulian dishes cooked with the best local and genuine products (many of them coming from the nearby countryside). The restaurant has a panoramic view on the Adriatic Sea and on the countryside. The selection of typical local and genuine products (many of them harvested from the Borgobianco botanical garden), is the main strength of this kitchen, very appreciated by the guests.

The offer does not include
Tourist tax.
Medical and luggage insurance.
Tips and everything that is not explicitly listed.

Possible reductions and additional costs might be subject to variations and they will appear on the "Book" page.

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