Huge 3 bedrooms flat easy to convert in 2 one-bedroom flats.


Just a couple of minutes’ walk from the centre of PRESICCE, listed as one of the most beautiful small Italian villages.
6 miles away from the most enchanting beach of South Italy: Salento’s Maldive, Lido Cocoloco, Lido Marini, Pescoluse, Torre San Giovanni.



The apartment, which is located on the first floor in a building with 4 flats, provides spacious accommodation which includes a large living room and separate kitchen both with exit onto balcony, 3 bedrooms, bathroom and a storage room.
The property benefits from private parking outdoor and double cellar in the underground and a communal roof terrace.
The apartment is just a few minutes walk from the centre of the quaint little town of Presicce with all amenities and it is being sold unfurnished. It is an ideal investment for both personal use and to provide good rental income if required, with a long high-season spanning from May to October.

With a reasonable budget, it can be converted in 2 one bedroom flats, allowing even more return of investment and continue revenue also when one flat is occupied for personal use.
Finishing and fixing are in good conditions and the house is ready to go as it is.



— 37 miles to Lecce [county town]
— 146 miles Bari Airport[Ryanair]
— 70 miles SALENTO AIRPORT , Brindisi [Ryanair]
— beach resorts:
6 miles > Pescoluse
6.5 miles > Lidi Marini
7 miles > Maldive del Salento
11 miles > Torre san Giovanni

Closest amazing historical touristic towns:
— 28 miles > Otranto
— 20 miles > Gallipoli

About the Salento Peninsula

The Salento is home to some of Italy’s loveliest towns and cities: the sea-front fortified gems of Gallipoli and Otranto, the creamy baroque sophistication of Lecce and the luxurious seaside Liberty pleasures of Leuca.
But the Salento is also full to brimming with small sleepy towns that are off the tourist trail but greatly worth visiting for their unspoilt historic centres and their unassuming genuineness. Examples include Specchia and the so-called Greek towns of Calimera, Carpignano Salentino, Castrignano dei Greci, Corigliano d’Otranto, Cutrofiano, Martano, Martignano, Melpignano, Soleto, Sternatia and Zollino.
These towns – around 20km south of Lecce – preserve the Salento’s strong historic ties with Greece, dating back thousands of years. The local dialect, ‘Grika’, and many of the area’s gastronomic, cultural and religious traditions have evident Hellenic roots which are celebrated with frequent festivals, including the hugely popular and energetic Notte della Taranta.
The Salento’s hinterland plays a fundamental role in Italy’s agricultural economy, producing enomous quantities of excellent olive oil and full-bodied, robust wines, such as Primitivo di Manduria and Salice Salentino.
It is the long and varied coastline, however, that is the major attraction for the area’s tourist industry.
Home to some of Italy’s loveliest beaches and most dramatic rocky coastline, the Salento is a haven for sea lovers. From the southernmost tip near Leuca, running up the west coast to Gallipoli and beyond, is a vast almost non-stop strip of paradisiacal golden sand and transparent azure waters. To the east, the Adriatic coastline is more varied, offering sandy beaches, Karstic grottoes, chalk cliffs and salt-water lagoons.
So, if you’re looking for a holiday destination with a great climate, dreamy beaches, beautiful historic towns, delicious food and wine and fun for all the family… come to the Salento!
[from the Thinking Traveller Guide]

To get inspired by the Salento region, please enjoy the reading of this SALENTO’S TRIPADVISOR small guide with touristic attractions from beaches to towns.


The town has been listed as one of the most beautiful little village of Italy, “I borghi piu’ belli d’Italia”.
See here Presicce’ short promo.

Property Features

  • solid wood doors&windows frame
  • Natural stone flooring
  • Independent heating system
  • exclusive off-street parking bay