La Maviglia ultra-luxury Resort to debut in Puglia in 2027

La Maviglia will herald a new era of refined luxury to the Primitivo wine region, featuring a world-class golf course…

The grounds and golf course at La Maviglia

Nestled in the heart of the renowned Primitivo wine region, La Maviglia will make its debut in Puglia in 2027, pairing the luxury of the Italian coastline with an unprecedented level of bespoke hospitality. Spanning 202 hectares of charming olive orchard landscape and sitting mere moments from the most picturesque beaches of the Italian peninsula, the highly anticipated opening will also unveil the world-class La Maviglia Golf Course.

The main arcada of La Maviglia comprising multi-arched stone walkways and a central water feature

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Designed by the acclaimed Oppenheim Architecture and Enea Landscape Architecture, the resort promises a new level of hospitality in Puglia offering guests a suites-only experience with 70 individual suites, in addition to a 20-room hotel integrated in the La Maviglia Golf complex, complete with a selection of 35 expansive, luxuriously appointed villas. Alongside unfettered access to the service that will define La Maviglia, guests will enjoy four chef-driven culinary outlets and a signature, state-of-the-art 5,000 square metre wellness and medical spa. La Maviglia Golf will integrate countless cultural touchstones dating back to the 16th and 18th centuries, including ancient water features, olive vineyards, and several tree varieties, including cherry, almond, citrus, pomegranate, fig and more.

The exterior of La Maviglia Villa, a series of single storey buildings and outdoor swimming pool surrounded by verdant landscape

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Guests will find that sustainability is rooted across La Maviglia’s design, upholding the highest standards for renewable energy, organic vegetable farming, olive oil manufacturing, and wine production.

Discerning travellers will have convenient access to the municipality of Maruggio, where they can discover the protected Monaco Mirante coastline, popularly known as the ‘sea of the seven colours,’ as well as an array of cultural exploration opportunities. This includes the famed ‘Masseria Maviglia,’ the 12th-century ‘Castello dei Commendatori’ reflective of Maruggio’s role during the Crusades, and other historic buildings set amongst ancient olive groves and pines.

Views of La Maviglia landscape and golf course with sea views beyond

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La Maviglia is located near two international airports, Bari International Airport and Brindisi Airport, which offer connectivity year-round. A private airstrip sits a 25-minute drive away from Taranto-Grottaglie for the jetsetters.

La Maviglia is owned by Ultimate Collection Ltd, a Swiss-based company led by Nicola Cortese, a Swiss/Italian businessman who is also project managing the development.

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