Dimora Lupis bed and breakfast in Giovinazzo is situated in one of the most important ancient building of the old town, dated 1500, a few meters from breathtaking Cathedral, visible from our rooms.
Dimora Lupis is the right choice for visitors who are searching for a combination of charm, peace and quiet, and a convenient position from which to explore Giovinazzo and the entire Apulia region.
The privileged position in the heart of the Town makes it the ideal location to enjoy the many artistic treasures lying within walking distance:
- 500 m Santa Maria Assunta Cathedral , built in 1113in romanico pugliese style, with elements norman and oriental; consecrated in 1283. It was remodeled in 1747, but retains a pointed portal on the right side and a beautifull part absidal closed between two towers; inside, turned into Baroque period, the thirteenth-century panel of the Madonna di Corsignano, remains of the original mosaic floor (XII century), panel about 1400 of Redentore, liturgical medieval and crypt Romanic; within the apse covered in 1676 by the paintings from Giovinazzo Carlo Rosa; the Chapel of the Sacrament marble designed by Gennaro Sammartino in 1768 and baptismal font from 1758;
- 200 m Spirito Santo church, interesting example of late (1385-95) of the sacred buildings with two domes aligned. Charateristic, infact, is the cover system: the inner shells are packed in drums covered with pyramids, an octagonal base, the other with a square base. Were carried out in the manner of trulli with the system flagstones overlapping said “a chiancarelle”.; also has an ogival portal surmounted by a canopy; inside Byzantine table with the Madonna del Mutuo Soccorso attributed to Angelo Bizamano (early sixteenth century);
- 300 m ducal palace Giudice from Cellamare (1657); magnificent palace / castle built in a square shape nel1659 by the Neapolitan architect Francesco Antonio Picchiatti commisioned by prince Nicolò Giudice; monumental portal bordered by pilasters and bosses alternate which leads into a large entrance hall and in the vast courtyard of the palace; the north overlooking the sea and was built on the ancient walls of the village; This part has a long balcony balustrade stone overlooking the sea.
The rooms are arranged on second floor. On the top floor, there is also a delightful terrace or solarium available for the use of guests, from where you can enjoy the wonderful view.
Inside Dimora Lupis, the atmosphere created by the elegant and refined furnishings transport visitors to a relaxing and princely holiday.
Our 2 rooms or family suite can accomodate up to 4 people.