Lama = valley. Luna = fertility. Hence the origins of this esoteric quasi-Incan name. The 'valley' part has to be surmised, as it is actually a large plain. The 'fertility' part though is immediately obvious: olive groves and vines abound against the sea in the background, punctuated by ochre villages. This plain was once the scene of a major battle, the battle of Cannae, and of a memorable defeat for the Romans at the hands of Hannibal's army. The land, though, does not reflect this in any way: the landscape is simply magnificent. You will drift off into a world of dreams gazing upon the panorama, seated on a stone bench built God knows when. Not a sound except the chirping of birds and sometimes the bleating of a lamb or the sound of bells in the distance. Pure bliss. In short, Italian.
The masseria has its own electricity supply, produced at a solar park. The water used is rainwater and there is a well comes in case of prolonged drought. The products are ICEA certified, an organic label. Minimum impact for maximum pleasure.