The restoration of the place started in 2008, with the aim of fully respecting the nature of this ancient place and its enchanting stone architecture.

The Masseria is typical of the southern Italian farmhouses, particularly in Puglia, built between the medieval period and the 17th century. It takes its name from the term “masserizie” (furniture and farm tools used for storage by farmers and shepherds, and for housing food, people and animals) and is a collection of farm buildings used for agricultural holdings.
It was often inhabited by the landowners and the farm labourers and which included amongst its outhouses stables, storage for fodder and crops.