An integral part of the original body, it was a small shelter for farmers engaged in agricultural work.
Inserted in the oldest building, it was used as an oven for drying figs.
It is part of a nineteenth-century extension of the original building.
It is the result of an expansion carried out in 2002 and takes its name from the type of stone cladding.
It takes its name from the characteristic vault of Lecce that has been highlighted in this accommodation.
It is a nineteenth-century building that collapsed in the 1970s and was rebuilt.