Borgo San Marco, in the heart of Apulia. A sixteenth century charming hotel whose wrought iron gate leads to a huge olive trees grove full of charme.
Its trees, its land, its sky. This is the hotel surroundings, this is Apulia. From this position though, the hotel Borgo San Marco still cannot be conceived, possessing a unique charme.
It’s because from this point on, this small gate opens a charming new world. It gradually and progressively moves you away from the world, from daily things. It is not a case indeed that the nowadays hotel has been a monks and Knights of Malta’s resort for a very long time, still preserving evidence of this. The Amati’s family owned the charming building for many centuries and decided then to skilfully turn it into an elegant hotel.
?xnewsaction=fullnews&newsarch=062013&newsid=4">Update on the great artist Robert Farber
Interviewed for "La Repubblica" from the famous italian photo-reporter Carlos Solito, he has declared with big enthusiasm he will be at Borgo San Marco for a photographic vernissage from 6th July at 7 pm >>>
?xnewsaction=fullnews&newsarch=052013&newsid=3">Robert Farber photographic exhibition
On 6th July at Borgo San Marco will be inaugurated the Robert Farber's photographic exhibition.
Robert Farber’s style has influenced generations of photographers. His painterly, impressionistic style captures the essence of composition in every genre, including nudes, still life, landscapes and architecture. His ten photo art books have sold over half a million copies.