Hotel 33 Baroni - Palazzo Piro ****
Gallipoli is one of the most beautiful and suggestive centres in Salento, from an architectural, historical and natural-beauty point of view. Also a lively city, it hosts numerous events making it an ideal bade to discover the most beautiful Salento beaches and splendid surrounding locations. The Hotel 33 Baroni is found in a strategic position in Gallipoli: right in the centre, just 30 metres from Corsa Roma, the main street for nightlife and shopping, in a quiet street with all the major attractions of the city reachable on foot. The crown jewel of the hotel is the panoramic terrace, where breakfast is served, while you enjoy a breath-taking view of the sea. A view that you can also enjoy 360° in the annex of Hotel 33 Baroni, Palazzo Piro, also boasting a solarium. The hotel is equipped to host events and meetings with 4 technological rooms and multi-lingual staff. The hotel also has partnerships with some of the best restaurants in the area and offers assistance in managing any logistic need for outings, including in sail boats.
- Distance to the sea: 80m
The rooms in Hotel 33 Baroni are available as Economy, Standard Visconte, Marchese Superior and the Prince’s Suite, which is available as two communicating rooms which host up to 4 people. They are all fitted with air conditioning, telephone, flat screen TV with satellite channels, minibar and safe. In the annex, Palazzo Piro there are, Classic Viscount-Economy, the Standard Viscount and Marchese rooms with a balcony.
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South of Gallipoli, a visit to Santa Maria di Leuca is a must, on the very tip of the heel of the boot with a coast which alternates between white sandy beaches and rocky cliffs. For scuba fanatics, there are 14 caves to explore both on the Adriatic and the Ionian coasts. A little further away, but also worth visiting are Otranto and Lecce. Otranto is a historic town, with a towering Aragonese castle, The Tursi Cathedral and the Church of Saint Peter, one of the most beautiful Byzantine buildings in Apulia. Lecce, which the historian Gregorovius defined as the “Florence of the south” for its wonderful historic centre, characterized by the baroque style of the buildings, rich in monuments, churches and heritage buildings.
In northern Salento the main attractions are the Roman Columns of Brindisi, the caves of San Biagio in San Vito dei Normanni, The Dentice di Frasso castle, the historic centre of Ostuni, the Trulli in Alberobello, the Clock Tower in Noci, the dinosaur quarry in Altamura and Castel del monte. Also, worth a visit are the small villages the numerous churches, farms and villas which are studded throughout the Salento inland, where history, art and culture go hand in hand with a great tradition of hospitality.
City of art
Near railway station
Wireless internet access