This unique resort in the heart of Apulia in southern Italy is something of an insider’s tip for a luxury Mediterranean holiday getaway. It impresses with its spectacular design and architecture. You have the use of 2 US Open hard court and 2 synthetic grass courts with quartz sand.
This luxury resort is unique in its design and architecture and is a little-known gem of the Mediterranean. There are several places in the locality worth visiting (eg: Alberobello), as well as numerous typically picturesque Italian villages. Discover the still mostly unknown south of Italy.
Surrounded by olive groves and mountains, the resort is situated only a few hundred metres from the coast. The 2 private beaches are easily reached by shuttle bus. Both beaches have their own beach club. The rocky beach is just 500 m away (15 min. walk) and the long sandy beach is 3 km distance.
The 18-hole San Domenico golf course, located between the Borgo Egnazia Resort and the Adriatic coast, has spectacular views of the sea. Destination airport: Brindisi (approx 35 km) and Bari (approx 45 km) are reachable in approximately 1 hour.
Sports and Entertainment
An Internet corner, library, game room and excellently-equipped fitness centre are all at guests’ disposal free of charge. For a fee the 18-hole “San Domenico” golf course located directly by the hotel may be booked, as well as various water-sport activities like kite surfing and diving (offered by third parties). Horse riding facilities are located nearby.
The huge wellness centre “Egnathia Spa” (approx 1800 sqm in size), with its 10 treatment rooms, tepidarium, caldarium and fridgarium, yoga studio and indoor pool, meets the highest expectations.
Excellent child-care facilities for children aged from 8 months to 18 years. Wide range of activities for children, for example playing areas, obstacle course, baking and cooking classes, painting, swimming, culture and sport.
Teenager zone with Playstations and Wii.
Tennis Centre in a pretty location with two professional hardcourts (US-Open with acrylic resin) and two synthetic grass courts with quartz sand. The tennis office with a small pro-shop and homely terrace lies directly beside the courts.
The Borgo Egnazia is newly-built in the style of an Apulian village and opened in 2010. With its thick castle walls, towers and gables, it is a homage to traditional Apulian architecture. Designed and developed over a 10-year period using local resources, it is a modern paradise which fulfils all your wishes.
Every detail of the resort, which consists of a hotel, luxurious villas and Apulian village “Il Borgo”, has been worked out with great care in order to meet the highest international standards.
The resort contains three outside pools as well as an indoor pool and a children’s pool. A private beach with its own beach club and restaurant/bar is also on site.
Excellent restaurants are found in the main building and villa area. Exquisite shops within the resort.
There are 220 elegant, luxuriously-appointed rooms in bright colours with modern appliances rooms in the resort.
We loved everything about this hotel -- the layout, architecture, design and rooms are all beautiful. The hotel looks like a local historic village, complete with a square. The food options are...
Loved everything about our stay and will definitely be returning in the future. While the hotel is quite large, many times you feel like you are the only guests staying there. Spa services were...
I stayed at this hotel with my three children in July (6, 4 and 2 yo) in a two story townhouse room. The room was modern and nice but the hotel overall was not great for kids. The main building and...
"My experience at Melbourne Park was awesome! I had a great coach and just being on the courts where the Australian Open players train was an amazing and surreal experience. Thank you so much for helping me with my reservations. It was an awesome holiday experience and I will highly recommend it to my tennis friends!"