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Holidays in Salento
Sea of Salento
Alberobello of Puglia
Sea of Salento

In an area so rich in natural and architectural beauty, there are many itineraries to follow. Lecce, Gallipoli, Nardò, Otranto, Galatina, Corigliano D'Otranto, and then pushing south into the "deep" Salento where you can always discover new aspects of a territory that is closely linked to tradition but prepared for a new type of tourism.

The seaside resorts in the summer and the historic centers all year round offer numerous cultural and musical events full of pleasure and fun.

Salento has landscape and geographical characteristics that make it a sub-region open to dialogue with the Balkan East.

Coasts of unforgettable charm and beauty, from the Portoselvaggio National Park with its watchtowers to the streets of Negroamaro and Cellina di Nardò with the ancient fortified farms and the country lanes among the centuries-old olive trees, to the Cesine nature reserve, to Alimini lakes, the infinite expanse of beaches up to Capo di Leuca with the imposing lighthouse watching over the sailor's return.

The Adriatic coast of Salento, just 70 km from the Greek island of Corfu, is characterized by impressive cliffs overlooking the sea, while the Ionian coast of the peninsula is a continuous celebration of white sand beaches and crystal clear sea baked by the sun.

Then there is the architectural heritage of Salento, with a hundred small villages, each with a square and a bell tower. There is the Salento of art, of the Baroque in particular with Lecce, the Florence of the south, so unique, sumptuous, reigning supreme.

The monuments and cathedrals that stand on its territory represent testimonies of great artistic and historical value.

The many aspects contained in this strip of land to be discovered slowly: fascinate the hasty visitor and increasingly enchant those who have the time and desire to seek and observe the thousand hidden aspects of this territory.

Villa Personè - Dine
Villa Saetta Dine
Sea of Salento
Gallipoli Salento
Sea of Salento
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