The Building


The historic palace since 1655 transformed into DOGANA RESORT in 2019.

35 sober and essential rooms enhanced by stylish details like stone balconies or ancient ravines, antique ovens and pit set in the barrel vaults. Furthermore the furniture has been cared by skilled craftsmen working materials such as: iron, wood, stone, fabrics.

DOGANA RESORT 2019 is reborn in the heart of a land dedicated to hospitality, with the sea ahead, landing and horizon, destination for travel and departures to discover the Mediterranean "mare nostrum", well-being and dream.

35 sober and essential rooms, embellished with stylish details such as stone verandas or emotional showers that welcome water from a dome, or the ancient ravines, ovens and wells in the barrel vaults. The "made-to-measure" furnishings are made by skilled craftsmen: iron, wood, stone, fabrics.

The Story

1655 - The beginnings

1655: The first information about the building goes back to November 1655, when the bishop Giovanni Tommaso Pinelli buys a "casa palaziata" by the noble Giovanni Maria de Luca for about twelve hundred ducats. Later, between 1673 and 1694 with the purchase of other parts of the building it has been drawn the borders to build the new seminary and to give new life to the building.

From the 17th to the 18th century - Seminary

Between the end of the 17th century and the beginning of the 18th century renovation works took place at the building and it ended in 1713, when the new seminary was inaugurated by the bishop Fabrizio Antonio Salerni, he also gained the authorization from the Santa Sede to establish the Episcope in 1725.

1760 seminary restoration

1760: In 1760 there were massive renovation works for the Seminary that were completed in 3 years for about twenty-one ducats.

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