From the “Beautiful City” to the “End of the World” (Gallipoli & Santa Maria di Leuca)

Departure guaranteed every day upon reservation.

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Gallipoli welcomes every visitor with the sculptures of Biblide, Dirce and Salmace scratched in the Greek fountain at the entrance of the old town. It connects to the mainland through a 20th century arch bridge. The walls, the ramparts and the towers, which once protected the city from invaders, today shelter it from the storms giving it an old-time charm.
At the end of the visit, you will have an aperitif by the sea, in a café like in a postcard with the typical warm colors of the Mediterranean and surrounded by the intense blue of the Ionian Sea.

Santa Maria di Leuca, with its “De Finibus terrae” shrine and the 47-meter-high lighthouse, dominates the whole city, before the intersection of the two seas, the Ionian and the Adriatic. On the waterfront, there is a succession of elegant Art Nouveau villas, such as Villa Episcopo, Villa Daniele and Villa La Meridiana.



09:00 a.m. 
Meeting with the participants

09:45 a.m.
Arrival and city guided tour

12:00 p.m. 
Aperitif  by the sea- free time

01:30 p.m. 
Departure for Leuca

02:30 p.m.
Visit to the city

04.30 p.m.

05.30 p.m.
End of the experience



    • means of transport
    • italian/english tourist guide
    • aperitif by the sea
    • insurance RC
    • TEDI assistance



Meeting Point: City Terminal – Lecce.



Experience guaranteed for min. 2pax.
Medium/low difficulty level – suitable for adults and children

On request: hotel – meeting point round trip transfer

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Every day, from Monday to Sunday.

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From the “Beautiful City” to the “End of the World” (Gallipoli & Santa Maria di Leuca)
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