The Sine Tempore Bed and Breakfast is located in the heart of the historic center of Manduria near the Cathedral Church dedicated to the Holy Trinity, a splendid and majestic religious monument, whose Norman structure dates back to the 11th century. Its bell tower overlooks Manduria and it can also be seen outside the town. Almost in front of the B&B Sine Tempore there is one of the entrances to the Jewish Ghetto, established in the 13th century. In a few minutes you can walk to Piazza Garibaldi, where, triumphantly, Palazzo Imperiali-Filotico stands out, one of the largest feudal palaces in Salento, built by the Imperial Princes of Francavilla in the 18th century.
Manduria, rich and eclectic, makes a fine show of itself with small and large architectural and artistic jewels, one of which is the well-known Calvary, an example of particularly original religious devotion, dating back to the 1800s and completely covered with shards of local majolica. And then again churches dating back to every era, such as the one dedicated to Santa Lucia, with a circular plan.
Absolutely not to be missed are the Archaeological Park of the Messapian Walls, the largest Messapian necropolis ever discovered, which has over 2500 tombs and the Fonte Pliniano described by Plinio il Vecchio in his "Historia Naturalis".
For those who love the sea, in just fifteen minutes by car you can reach one of the most beautiful coasts in Italy, in just fifteen minutes by car and immerse yourself in a landscape that is sometimes unreal. From San Pietro in Bevagna to Torre Colimena, along the 18 kilometers of coast of Marina di Manduria, Caribbean white beaches alternate with suggestive cliffs and dune systems covered by dense Mediterranean scrub vegetation that form the backdrop to the clear and crystalline waters of the Salento coast of the Ionian Sea.