The historical town of Giovinazzo, called Natiolum during the Roman Empire, is nowadays a charming seaside town closed to Bari; it has been mentioned throughout centuries by its most eminent fellow citizens such as William of Apulia (a chronicler of the Normans) and the medieval writer Matteo Spinelli. Once Benedictine nuns’abbey (XI Cent.), the St. Martin Hotel, is today a precious chest where treasures like the ancient gate of the town (VII-III Cent. B.C.) and remains of the early Christian Episcopal church (III Cent. A.D.) are locked for.

Conference room....a treasure trove of art
Thirteen century cloister full of emotions

Our sea-view rooms with period style furnishings.

Guests-rooms are decorated in period style furnishings with Caravaggio’s style paintings; you will enjoy the sun and the breathless view from our fitted terraces, overlooking the Mediterranean sea (10 mt distance), the Gargano Peninsula, Castel del Monte (the 13th Cent. Fredric II Castle - UNESCO Heritage) and the Romanesque-style Train’s Cathedral.

Mobili di antiquariato nell’allestimento delle camere.
  • Mobili di antiquariato
  • Allestimento delle camere

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