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Property Description

Sunset villa Salento ionic coast (Cottage)

Home: 846    
Sleeps up to: 7   (2 bedrooms)
Nearest beach: not nearby Notes:
Home description
The 3 residences are composed of two double bedrooms, living room with kitchenette and bathroom, outside court with garden or patio. 3 simple but well equipped homes for a comfortable family holiday in a Sea resort to be discovered.
Each residence can sleep 7
The bathroom is provided of sink, bidet and shower.
The living room has a 14" TV set, table with chairs for 6, sofa double for two beds; a kitchenette corner with oven, refrigerator with freezer, and the entire necessary to cook. Outside a private court with barbecue, table and chairs, outdoor shower, beach umbrella, 2 beach armchair and parking. the Sea is 100 m. far from the property.Kinder park, church, Ristorants / Pizzerie, groceries, and all kind of shop in a ray of 500 mt
Gallipoli area
A meal strictly characteristic from Lecce town is the "frisa", a simple grilled slide of bread, a special "bruschetta" wet and garnished with fresh tomato, extra virgin oil and oregano.
In this land the magnificent hundreds years old olive trees reach unimaginable dimensions and give a superb spectacle to the traveller and a good extra virgin oil.
The simple Mediterranean meal to be accompanied tasting the unmistakable red wines of this sunny land, strong and delicate, pride of the Salentino farmers.
As far as folklore is concerned, to be noticed "la pizzica", the traditional popular Salentine dance which draw its origin from ancient stories.
The persons bitten by the tarantula was told to began to move itself in a convulse dance, following the frenetic rhythm of the tambourines, being possessed by malicious spirits that would have gone out prolonging the dance sufficiently. To day the young and the initiatives of the local administrations renewed this tradition as folklore.
How to get there
 Nearest Travel Links
Airport: Brindisi 90

Activities near Gallipoli
Great for:
Walking holidays
Rural / countryside retreats
Beach or lakeside relaxation
Sports:
There are tennis courts nearby
Horse riding nearby
Fishing nearby
Facilities
Luxuries:
General:TV
Standard:Hair dryer
Utilities:Cooker, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms:Bedrooms (2), Bathrooms (1)
Furniture:Sofabeds (2), Single beds (2), Double beds (3), Sleeps maximum of 7
Other:
Outdoors:Balcony / Terrace, Barbeque, Shared garden, Parking space, Private garden
Access:
Further details indoors:
Marina di Alliste is 12 km south of Gallipoli and confines to north with Torre Suda (Marina di Racale) and to south with Torre S. Giovanni (Marina di Ugento). The coast is rocky but with many small access for easy reach also to children. The sandy beaches are 5 km north (Loc. Pizzo) and 6 km south (Torre S. Giovanni); both with easy access.
Further details outdoors:
Conditions
30% account with bank tranfert
Guestbook
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Property Tariffs
Prices listed are per property per week
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Euro € British £ American $ Australian $
May 250 220 308 394
June 300 264 369 472
July (before 18) 400 352 492 630
July (after 18) 600 529 739 945
August (1-8) 800 705 985 1260
August (8-22) 1200 1057 1477 1889
August (22-29) 700 617 862 1102
September 300 264 369 472
October 250 220 308 394

Note: Prices may be subject to change at the owner's discretion.


The prices are for 6 beds: for 7th bed the supplement is of 50 euro for week.
The prices are inclusive of gas water light and final cleaning.
Linen and towels is supply with extra of 15 euro for each person for week.

Property Availability
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The Puglia / Molise region


Travelling the roads of the Salento in between a land flled with centennials olive trees and weath champs burned by the sun in August, it is not difficult to bump into small constructions realized with dry white stones. They are called Caseddi, or Furneddi. These constructions come from the ancient times when the Salentine people built them with patience, fitting better they could the irregular stone without any mortar.
In fact, cause their extreme hardness, these stones cannot be easily modelled; therefore it was simpler to look for their right location in a gigantic and perfect "puzzle". Generally the Caseddi are not plastered and present the only opening is the door.
They were used until the first half of last century as summer residence or agricultural-pastoral shelter.
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