PALAZZO DONNA TITI'

Dating back to the early 1800s, Palazzo Donna Titì is located within the medieval walls of historic Nardò on Via Don Minzoni. Once called S. Salvatore, it is one of the main streets of the o Pittaggio quarter.

Considered as one of the most prestigious historic buildings to make up the city’s urban fabric, the lower floor houses a historic olive oil mill that, based on the structural style of its walls and vaulted ceilings, dates to the beginning of the 1700s.

The strong tie to the past, and thus historic importance, can be seen in the layout of the rooms on each floor that have remained unchanged through time despite having undergone renovation in the last century.

PALAZZO DONNA TITI''

Dating back to the early 1800s, Palazzo Donna Titì is located within the medieval walls of historic Nardò on Via Don Minzoni. Once called S. Salvatore, it is one of the main streets of the o Pittaggio quarter.

Considered as one of the most prestigious historic buildings to make up the city’s urban fabric, the lower floor houses a historic olive oil mill that, based on the structural style of its walls and vaulted ceilings, dates to the beginning of the 1700s.

The strong tie to the past, and thus historic importance, can be seen in the layout of the rooms on each floor that have remained unchanged through time despite having undergone renovation in the last century.

HISTORY

Palazzo Donna Titì is a place out of time.

Past, present and future meld together in every corner of its walls to tell a story of deep connection to the land, giving the building a unique and timeless quality.

ROOMS

Unique and modern furniture elements were chosen with great care to greet you in every corner of the Palazzo. Each piece was chosen to perfectly compliment the artistic theme of each room and therefore blend with its historic context.

At Palazzo Donna Titì, you will be the guests in a house completely furnished for you. The furniture is custom made and carefully styled to create a fresh and youthful environment capable of transporting you to the origins of Salento.

The history can be felt everywhere. From the fully restored floors to the kitchen utensils that, having been brought back to life, are rare additions to the family’s collection.