Almost completely surrounded by the sea, the Angevin Castle of Gallipoli stands with its imposing bulk at the eastern end of the island that houses
Salento is the land between the two seas and has a coastal stretch that is over 150 km long with a variety of breathtaking landscapes.
You have chosen Salento for a weekend getaway, but the 150 km of coast put you in crisis on the choice of places to see
Salento means clear sea, breathtaking coast, ancient architecture and food and wine. It would take days to discover the charm of each village and visit
Faster to feel the breeze on your skin or slower to observe every detail: the bike is undoubtedly the best way to discover Salento. Here
The “Isola di Sant’Andrea and Litorale di Punta Pizzo Regional Natural Park”, established in 2006, includes the southern territory of Gallipoli (Punta Pizzo) and the
Gallipoli, in the last few years, has become the most popular destination in Salento especially for the youngest people. The nightlife and the wonderful beaches