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We have been visiting this area of Puglia for about 8 years and for 5 of those we having been staying at a B&B in Cursi, about 12 minutes away. We never knew this garden existed until our hosts recommended it to us this year....More
We arrived early to avoid the midday heat. The garden is off the beaten track and it was pleasant driving through the local countryside. We went in September, so at the end of the season, and perhaps this is the reason for there being very...More
Not easy to find but worth the effort. This garden is very personal, reflecting the owners love of exotic cacti and succulents. The glass houses have a fascinating collection of massive plants from dessert areas of the world. The rest of the garden is a...More
Really unique place made from passion and love to nature. You can spend nice time walking through different types of gardens and first of all magnificent collection of cactuses. Even our teenagers admired it!
I am Italian and I post this for the tourists coming to the area. We were two couples: we enjoyed a lot the visit to the beautiful garden, which was free for those who dine at the restaurant. The food and the location were amazing....More
I was staying in the area and rode a bike to this garden. There are a number of types of gardens within the location, but what I was most stunned by were the specialty cacti. This is a unique atmosphere to roam around and I...More
La Cutura is about 35km south of Lecce, between Maglie and Otranto, but worth the trip for those who enjoy visiting gardens etc. There are several different gardens to view including a secret garden, which I think is delightful. These a touch of the petting...More
Was recommended to go by the owner of our guest house. It proved to be a great recommendation. The garden is beautiful with many quiet spots and unusual plants. They also have a mini zoo for small kids.
We visited La Cutura in July. The two adults in our party enjoyed the visit ( teenagers not so much!). It is open in the morning and then is closed for a few hours and then is open again later in the afternoon so check...More