The Quoquo Museum has been set up in the striking spaces of an old tobacco factory built in the village of San Cesario between the 1930s and 1940s. It is a living museum of taste, where typical and traditional products are meant as Cultural Heritage, and they are presented during the original tasting tours arranged by the staff or agreed with the visitors, in order to meet their preferences.
The museum allows you to enjoy themed dinners, and take part in film and music festivals, convivial round tables, workshops and art events. The core idea behind each event is always living a taste and multisensory experience.
The museum has got an open-plan kitchen, a collection of art-house films about food, a library, a wine gallery, an extra virgin oil gallery, and an exhibition of the local top-of-the-range gastronomic products.
It is a private museum managed by a cultural association. It is a convivial place of research, where you may experience the local flavours through the original tours of archaeology of flavours and the proposed gastronomic activities.
Via Santo Elia, 56 – 73016 San Cesario di Lecce (LE)
Tel.: +39 0832 205309
Mob.: +39 380 7558512