Elegant structure from the year 1070, it retains the intimacy and traces of other times. In this splendid place, embraced by the white of the ancient stones and the green of centuries-old olive trees, it offers a gastronomy that preserves a respectful sense of experimentation anchored in authentic tradition.
The chef will delight you with the typical dishes of the Apulian food and wine tradition, making you rediscover the ancient Mediterranean flavors.
Casale San Nicola prepares special menus for vegan, vegetarian, celiac and intolerant guests.
Casale San Nicola History
Built in the early Middle Ages around 1070, flourishing in the Lombard period, it represents the settlement site of one of the oldest villages in the area, sacked by the Saracens, it was a place of prayer and meeting during the hours of rest, and subsequently used as a warehouse for the products of the earth and at the oil mill.
The portal that opens into the walls, has traces of Arab architecture with worked capitals and pointed arch; the two robust lookout towers and the lunette interior of a Romanesque church, dedicated to the patron saint of Bari, with elegant mullioned windows on the outside tell the story with authenticity and elegance.
Small with a familiar and refined atmosphere, reserved for those who do not want to give up peace and privacy.
With its 11 rooms, equipped with every comfort, guests will be surrounded by special attention in unique, welcoming environments where they can find relaxation.
The cuisine will delight guests with the typical dishes of the Apulian tradition, making them rediscover the ancient Mediterranean flavors.
A refined wine list, curated by an expert sommelier, will lead to the discovery of harmonious and provocative combinations