Borgo Egnazia


Set on the olive-studded coastline of Puglia, Borgo Egnazia is a unique modern resort. This Leading Hotels of the World member resembles a Puglian village citadel, while its facilities include a championship golf course, two private beaches, three outdoor pools, an exquisite spa, and many food options including a Michelin-starred restaurant.

Accommodation options are varied with 63 guestrooms and suites in La Corte, 92 townhouses dotted around Il Borgo, and 27 lavish villas with private pools and gardens. Decorated in neutral tones, the plush rooms are stylish and sophisticated with state-of-the-art technology, spacious en suites, and a balcony, terrace or private garden.

There’s a choice of food options, from traditional Puglian dishes and wood-fired pizzas to the Michelin-starred Due Camini and a special children’s restaurant.

Activities include tennis, cookery classes, yoga and watersports. Further afield, explore the region’s famous trulli, and visit the hill towns of Ostuni and Martina Franca.

Borgo Egnazia Information

Location & Getting There
Located in Savelletri di Fasano, in Puglia - Borgo Egnazia can be reached by a short 50-minute drive from Bari Airport and a 35-minute drive from Brindisi Airport.

Borgo Egnazia provides three kinds of accommodation, different in scope and size, but all conceived as a harmonious blend of tradition and innovation, modernity and authenticity, and grandeur and simplicity. There are 63 refined and cosy rooms in La Corte, 92 rooms and traditional townhouses dotted around Il Borgo, while in Le Case you'll find 27 lavish villas with private pools and one sophisticated “Casa Padronale”.

During the relatively mild autumn and winter seasons, the land offers a vast choice of produce, and beautiful colours, the unique village festivals and ancient traditions are guaranteed, while spring and summer literally make Puglia bloom and burst, with events, beach parties and shows. Moreover, regardless of the season, it is possible to enjoy the natural landscapes and human settlements: always breathtaking to see.

Discover the villages, churches, castles and places that are worth more than one visit, such as the truly unique UNESCO World Heritage sites: the world-famous “trulli” (cone-roof houses) in Alberobello, the beautiful and mysterious Castel del Monte near Andria and Monte Sant’Angelo, one of the oldest Michaelic cult sites. Also, the amazing and unmissable towns of the Itria Valley (the breathtaking “cummerse” houses in Locorotondo or the “White City” of Ostuni), the small seafront towns of Polignano and Monopoli, the marvels of the Salento (the Baroque buildings in Lecce, also known as “the Florence of the South”) and the elegance of Otranto (the easternmost city on the Italian peninsula).

Younger guests can enter the magical world of Trullalleri, the enchanted kids club, to learn how to make delicious homemade pasta during a cooking lesson, have fun riding a bike in the Puglian countryside or play with the animals at the Fattoria di Maria. The junior ones can be part of the international community of Marinai or Tarantari and spend unforgettable moments and friendships. Vair has also created wonderful experiences for parents and children, dedicated to cuddling, learning and relaxation.

Children are welcome. Borgo Egnazia is the ideal place to spend precious time with your family.

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Why we recommend Borgo Egnazia

“Created from local stone and quicklime, this castle-like hotel is an architectural masterpiece and a magical stay. Reminiscent of a traditional Apulian village, Borgo Egnazia blends seamlessly into the surrounding landscape and is especially enchanting at night when the property becomes illuminated by candles.”

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