Just a five minute stroll from the peaceful location of both Villa Nicola and Villa Suzannah, and less than ten minute walk from Villa Sun Beach, the seaside holiday village of Lendinuso is under the administrative control of the Comune of Torchiarolo and is located in the province of Brindisi.
Like many holiday villages which have a low population throughout the winter, as early summer arrives the village fills rapidly, as many second home owner relocate to the coast thus taking advantage of the sea breezes blowing in from offshore, that create a cooler and fresher location to spend the summer than the towns further inland.
Situated about 5kms from the town of Torchiarolo on a straight road to the coast, Lendinuso has a small Marina, with boat storage yard and launching slip. It is home to a local kite & wind surfing club, and has paddle boats and jet skis for hire, and an un-commercialised long sandy beach popular for sunbathing and swimming.
Running beside and parallel to the beach is a long wide promenade that connects large Piazzas situated at either end of the village. Every Wednesday evening during the summer there is an open air market by the beach at the south end of the promenade. On many evenings in the summer, particularly on Festa and Fiera days in one Piazza or the other there is often music and dancing, with displays of the traditional Taranta or Pizzica displays and local singers.
Lendinuso has two supermarkets, a life saving and first aid centre, a superb Panificcio and bakery with hot fresh breads, cakes and biscuits made early every morning, this is open throughout the day and also functions as a delicatessen as well.
There is a wonderful butchers open in season that creates ready prepared barbecue meats, other small shops and kiosks selling beach accessories are dotted near the sea front, and there are numerous small bars, cafes, and gelateria scattered around the Piazzas and along the promenade.
Lendinuso also hosts numerous restaurants including the renowned Bar Benni, situated on the beach and holding traditional dancing most weekends, Il Botteghino’s on the promenade serves great antipasta, fish and pizzas, the casual Spizzicone on the south Piazza, and L’Incontro on the north both serve local dishes with open air dining. Numerous grill stalls shrouded with the aroma of grilling meat and other small vendors sell fresh barbecue items and local snacks for eating on the move.
Located in tree lined small cul-de sac on the outskirts of Lendinuso, Villa Nicola and Villa Suzannah are literally just a five minute stroll from the promenade centre.
Their quiet location gives both easy access to sunny days on the beach and the areas evening attractions, but also provide the tranquility of a walled courtyard and private pool for relaxation.