Grottamiranda - Italy

Grottamiranda is a rural Naturist holiday retreat owned by a lovely French couple who fell in love with a little piece of heaven.

Located in the heart of the Puglia region and only 20 minutes from the nearest airport, Grottamiranda is peaceful and secluded, nestling amongst the olive groves and wheat fields deep in the heart of the Puglian countryside.​

With just 13 beautifully styled self-catering apartments and a swimming pool measuring 15.50 x 9 metres with a pool bar, it is well suited to those who want to escape the rat race and in search of peace and tranquillity.

Order fresh croissants and pastries the night before and they will be delivered directly to your patio early next morning. Fish, salad and pasta or BBQ lunches are available if required.   

GrottaMiranda in Italy
Grottamiranda Naturist Holiday


All of the well-equipped apartments are varied in size and some have stunning vaulted ceilings or a bedroom on a mezzanine level. Others have a small second bedroom with bunk beds. All have well equipped kitchens or kitchenettes, a shower room, air-conditioning and TV. Most apartments share a long and continuous terrace, each with its own patio and furniture.


  • Tranquil countryside location
  • Swimming pool 15.9 m and 2.80 depth (heated if necessary)
  • Poolside snack bar
  • Hot tub
  • Sauna
  • Massages
  • Yoga programme
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Italian cooking lessons (Pre-booking required)
  • Wine tasting
  • Naturist boat trips
  • Volleyball, petanque & table tennis
  • Communal BBQs and wood fired ovens for your use
  • Visit to Olive Oil factory
  • Supermarkets and a good choice of restaurants in the nearby town
  • An absolute must for History buffs
Grotta Miranda Facilities

Local Area

The region of Puglia is known for its whitewashed hill towns, centuries-old farmland and hundreds of kilometers of Mediterranean coastline. With much to offer, some of its top picks are Alberoberro, a quaint village that is home to the famous “trulli,” stone huts with their distinctive conical roofs and breathtaking views. Lecce known as the “Florence of the South” is just perfect for wandering the narrow streets of golden sandstone, finding hidden piazzas, or having a lazy lunch in a wine bar whilst gazing at an extravagantly carved baroque church. Cisternino also has wonderful views from its square – the whitewashed walls and tiny pedestrian streets weave past the external staircases leading up to the apartments. Egnezia is another experience for those who seek a wonderful archaeological site where the ruins of a huge harbour city have been excavated. It is even possible to see the ruts made by the carts in the Roman paved streets.