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The sun estates

Agr.Firm. Ferrante Gianmaria
Via C. Battisti, 25 – 72012 Carovigno (BR)
Tel./Fax +39.0831.330719
Tel./Fax +39.0831.991761
Mobile 338.1743428

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Shipping (Italy/CEE)

How to get here

1) by Car:

Follow the S.S. 379 Bari – Brindisi litoranea (coastal road) until you arrive at the turn – off for Carovigno. Proceed until you reach the outskirts of Carovigno , turn right in to Via Specchia (there is a telephone box on that corner). Continue straight for a couple of Km. Than you will come to a slight descent after which, turning right, you will have arrived at Contrada Tamburroni, Ostuni.

2) by Air:

Take a plane to either Bari or Brindisi airport and then rent a car following the directions as described above in n.1

3) by Train:

Get off at Ostuni station (all trains stops there even the Eurostar) then either get a taxi or we will come and get you according to prior notice.

 

 

The Zone


Between the town of Ostuni and
its white beaches, "The Sun Estates"
opens its gates for the true
lovers of nature.
The air is clear, healthy and clean;
the sun shines almost continuosly.
The refreshing sea breeze create a
unique micro-climate.
The immense scene of olive
trees, that go down to meet the
sea, wich includes beaches and
coves that alternate for many
kilometres up until the WWF ’s
oasis of "Torre Guaceto",
creates a unique scenary.

The Layout & Environment

You will find an incredible variety of trees: both ancient and new olive trees, almonds, cherries, peaches, nectarines, apricots, oranges, lemons, grapefruits, plums, figs, pears, ilex, oleanders, silver cypress, mulberry trees, hazel nut trees and antique trees that are in danger of extinction: red and yellow "azzeruoli", jujube trees, quince trees, medlar trees, mountain ash trees, pomegranates, strawberry trees …more than 100 varieties, all organically cultivated.
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