Enzo’s Place by the sea is a deluxe full service beach front European style Hotel, best known for its exceptional personalized service. The Hotel features spacious designers appointed newly renovated Guest rooms with views of the Adriatic Sea and The Bay Of Venus.
Room info & amenities
16 to 20 square meters
Window or balcony featuring gorgeous view of the bay of Venus and the Trabocchi below.
Unforgettable Sun Rise view
Indipendent Air Conditioning System
32′ LCD SAT TV
Free Wi-Fi internet connection
Electronic Safe big enough for your Ipad
Minibar + Snacks
Vietri Ceramics Tiles floor
Hi power Hairdryer
Enzo’s Mediterraneo signed Beauty Kit
Check-in: from 1,00 p.m. – Check-out: until 11,00
Breakfast served between 7.00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m.
Vallet Lundry Service (for a fee)
Free parking on site
Free shuttle bus to the centre
Airport private trasnsportation (for a fee)
The Trabocchi coast on the Adriatic Sea
The earliest documented existence of Trabocchi dates back to the 18th century, but it probably goes back to Phoenician times. “What is sure is that they were invented by farmers and not by fishermen”, “La fame spinge il lupo fuori dalla tana! (hunger pushes a wolf out of his den) so our ancestors understood that when the crop was poor, they could also harvest the ‘fruits of the sea’ and came up with a system that was safe and easy for them.” In Abruzzo, a trabocco, is usually built using beams of oak, spruce and Aleppo pine. It is a platform, connected by a bridge to the coast, with long arms called antenne. These antenne stretch out, suspended some meters above the sea and support a narrow-meshed net called trabocchetto (trap). The fishermen retrieve the fish from the bottom of the net whilst it is still lying in the water using a long sieve like a scoop. The technique also spread to Molise and the Gargano peninsula, in Apulia, ‘but it was first invented in this area!’ . Before World War II, fishing from a trabocco could support up to 4-5 families, but they have since lost their economic function. Lately, they have acquired a cultural role becoming an architectural symbol of the area and a tourist attraction. ‘True, now we take people who come from other parts of Italy and many parts of the world. But we do not see people as tourists, rather as friends who come to share a moment of their life with us. They come to find out about our history and help us to keep some traditions alive’. Today many trabocchi are either used as small restaurants ‘on the sea’ or just as a special place to enjoy with families and friends over the weekend.
Come…. come and join us on a Trabocco and Mangiamo al fresco (dining al fresco). or join one of our excursions .