Baia Verde mare Gallipoli

the Adriatic and Ionian coast of Salento

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The “father of Salento” is the sea, which represents the true soul of this land of southern Puglia; from the sea came rulers and liberators, merchants and dreamers. The Salento coast is characterized by long stretches of sand, alternating with stretches of rocks, between caves and sea beds not to be missed. Matino, a village in the hinterland where A Locanda Tu Marchese is located, seems to be the most strategic landing place for moving towards the marinas.
Starting from the Ionian side you will encounter landscapes of rare beauty, with small beaches that follow one another to low cliffs, with the Mediterranean scrub as the protagonist: Porto Cesareo, Santa Maria al Bagno, Santa Caterina, Rivabella and Gallipoli.
Going south Torre del pizzo, Mancaversa, Torre Suda are just some of the pearls that can be found in this area. Finally, we arrive at Torre S.Giovanni between expanses of fine white sand, with low lush dunes of scrub that touch the sea. Continue south passing through the sandy and pleasant beaches of Torre Mozza, Lido marini, Torre Pali Pescoluse and the Maldives of Salento, up to Leuca, “de finibus terrae”. Castro, Santa Cesarea Terme and Otranto masterfully close the overview of the most prominent marinas.