"Miramare" palace is placed in the very center of Santa Cesarea, 50 metres far from the thermal baths. It was built by the bankers Mr. Tamborrino at the beginning of the 1930s to provide the bank's clerks with a place where to spend their Summer holidays (the Bank is still exsisting today).
Later on, part of the Palace was used as a hotel, then as a casinò and a cinema.
During word war II it was transformed into a military headquarter, and it was, at that time, that the sea-terraces were made.
In then 1980s part of the building was used as prestigiuus set of summer flats thanks to the large terrace overlooking breathing view of the sea and the coastline.
The entrance in on the large sea terrace. The living-room and the kitchen are in a large room on the ground floor. Upstairs there's a double-bed room and its bathroom, a small two-bed room and a smaller room with a sofa-bed as well as the main bathroom with a shower and a washing machine.
All rooms, except for the bathroom and the smaller room, are on the sea front. You can have lunch and sit in a part of the large terrace reserved to the flat (see photo).
A large and confortable flight of steps gives you easy access to the sea terraces where you can find deck-chairs, umbrellas and other services. Swimming and sun bathing there are allowed only to residents.