The historic center of Gallipoli, also known as the "Pearl of the Ionian", is an island surrounded by ancient walls connected to the mainland with a seventeenth-century bridge. In this context, characterized by the classic narrow and winding streets, there are most of religious and historical buildings that highlight the stratification of the dominations that characterized the different eras.The area is all pedestrian (full of souvenir shops, typical restaurants and bars) ideal for long walks in a unique atmosphere. In the port area, near the access stairs on the ramparts, there is a large parking area. Accommodation includes: breakfast offered in a bar near the apartment, cleaning and change of bed linen and towels every 3 days. Some apartments have air conditioning, to be requested at the time of booking
Please note that Tourist City Tax applies to all stays in Italy and is payable directly to the hotel.
The small cost can vary depending on star rating and is charged per person per night.