Excellent Plot for land for sale in San Vito dei Normanni Puglia italy

EUR 420,000

San Vito dei Normanni

Plot of land • 14000 m² • Ref: UMCB-T2922

Excellent Plot for land for sale in San Vito dei Normanni Puglia italy

Euro Resales Property iD: 982657


Property Location


San Vito dei Normanni,

BR, italy

Property Details

Here we present an excellent plot of land in one of italy,s most sought after areas for development right now.

The land Plot is 3.5km from San Vito Dei Nomanni on the Latiano Road. About 150 - 200 metres back from the main road.

Planning permission was granted to build a 5 bedroom bungalow.

50 Olive trees on the plot.

Other tourist attractions, 3 miles from nature reserve Torre Guaceto, Lecce and Alberobello

The plot coordinates are 40.6149, 17.7108

About the Area

San Vito dei Normanni is an italian town of 19,947 inhabitants of the province of Brindisi in Apulia. The inhabitants are called Sanvitesi and the town is sometimes referred to as San Vito.

in Puglia's sunny Salento, just a half-hour from the city of Brindisi, San Vito dei Normanni sits amidst the olive groves and grape vines only a few minutes from the Adriatic Sea. The tight web of streets hide baroque-style churches, palazzi, and a castle, along with a host of excellent restaurants, caffes and pizzerias. There are many delights lurking in the lanes here.

The town has a very, very ancient history - 1800 BC in fact! The archeological finds of 30 sepulchres and ceramics in the area called Mondescine point to this ancient history. The borgo (town) as it currently is known came about in the Middle Ages, in the 10th century, as Castri Sancti Viti; some say it was settled by refugees from Slavic countries, while others say it was the Normans, and specifically Boemondo d'Altavilla, the son of Robert Guiscard, who established the town. A Norman tower was built and the area was protected, so commerce flourished. it grew in the 15th century and the castle was expanded. it was sacked in 1484 by the Venetians. The main church was built after some San Vitesi returned home after routing the Ottomans in the Battle of Lepanto, and the church was dedicated to the Madonna della Vittoria (of victory). The San Vito Air Station was a cold war-era base, closed after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

What to see? The castle, of course. Called Castello Dentice or Castello di San Vito, its square tower is distinct and it sits on the piazza. it once had a drawbridge. The Olive Oil Museum, the Villa Comunale park, the Church of San Giovanni, a baroque beauty. The Museo Diffuso of Castello d'Alceste is outside town, an open air museum and 6th century BC archeology site.

Explore the town, experience the Pugliese hospitality, enjoy sitting at a cafe with a coffee and pastry, or glass of local wine and snacks, and of find the hidden corners of this town. There are lots of restaurants to taste the area's produce and delicious fare. And the Adriatic Sea is just a few minutes away. The Torre Guaceto is a Marine Protected Area. Surrounding towns, like Carovigno and Ostuni, are in reach, and interesting. The city of Brindisi is close at hand, too.

Main Features

* 14,000 m2 of land for development

* Excellent location close to many amenities

* Stunning country views.

* Olive trees on the plot

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Living14000 m²
Land14000 m²

San Vito dei Normanni

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