YOUR VACATION OBJECT: Apartment of 80 m2 in Gallipoli with a bedroom and a bathroom, for 5 persons:
Bedroom: 1 Double, 1 Folding;
Living Room: 1 Sofa Bed-Double;
Bathroom(S): 1 Full;
AMENITIES: Savonarola Apartment is on the third floor and provides: air conditioner living room,air conditioner in one bedroom,elevator/lift,hair dryer,linens,kitchen,iron and ironing board,freezer,refridgerator,fenced in garden,washing machine,microwave oven,garden furniture,heating,tv,mosquito net,balcony,sea view,quiet area,hangers,family friendly.
OUTSIDE AND SURROUNDINGS:
Small outdoor space (15 m2), fenced in (fence more than 1 meter high).
Parking: garage (2 or more cars).
Distance from the first beach access is around 50 meters.
The nearest restaurants, shops and servicesin the same block.
Public transit, walking distance.
SIDE COSTS: The price refers to the cost of the rental and includes utilities.
Additional services can be added during the rental period as they are available:
- Air conditioning: €100 a week;
- Final cleaning: € 50 or can be included in the rental fee if the house is left as it was found upon checkin;
- Linens (sheets and towels): €10 per person;
- Pets: Yes, pets are welcome ;
Instructions for the check-in:
check-in begins at h.15:00 and check-out must be not later than h.10:00.
During the high-seasoncheck-out check out must be on a Saturday (from June till September) and requests must be for a minimum of 7 nights (June-September - price locked at weekely rate, reguardless of length of stay).
LOCATION: One of the most famous cities in Salento is Gallipoli, the “beautiful city”. Gallipolli’s Greek origins are still quite evident in not only the artifacts found throughout the city, but also in the Griko dialect still spoken by some locals. The seaside town features a charming historical center that is actually set upon a tiny island just a few meters off the mainland. The streets are lined with shops selling various wares, and there plenty of cafes and restaurants to choose from, several of which overlook the sea. Those who wonder off the main streets can find their way into the residential areas of the centro storico, and get a glimpse of what life there has been like for at least the past century. There are countless churches crammed into the tiny, twisting streets, as well as palaces, historical libraries, and even ancient oil presses hidden beneath the city streets.