House with two bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, and a large garden
Nonsolomare Case Vacanze srlu
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Coastal town, located on the plains and ancient origins, whose economy is based on agriculture, industry and tourism. The Gallipoli, presenting an aging index below average, are concentrated mostly in the capital city; the rest of the population is distributed among several scattered houses and locations Baia Verde, Shells-Alto Lido, Lace, Rivabella, Padula Bianca Perez. The territory, which also includes the islands and maritime Sant'Andrea del Campo, has a geometric profile slightly wavy, with variations in height just mentioned. The town, situated on a promontory, is divided into two areas, connected by a bridge century: an older, occupied by a small island, the other, called "Borgo", more recently, with modern houses; affected by strong growth in construction, has a flat trend in horizontal and vertical alignment. The old city and the new village.
Gallipoli can be considered as divided into two areas: the "old town" and the "new village".
The old town is situated on an island connected to the mainland by a seventeenth-century bridge arches, masonry, and is characterized by the combination of buildings from different eras and cultures. The urban, structured through the tangle of narrow winding streets, reminiscent Islamic; it dates back to the period of the Saracens in 900 d. C.
Corso Roma divides the city into two new parts, called respectively "sirocco" and "north wind"; to its entrance begins the new village. This part of Gallipoli is characterized by the many tourist facilities and buildings of modern construction, such as the Glass Palace, also called Skyscraper, a modernist building of 90 storeys, built in the late '70s. The typical cuisine of Gallipoli offers many dishes based on fish; fishing is an activity of ancient origins, handed down from generation to generation.
To taste are so dishes like Scapece, seafood fried breadcrumbs and saffron, consumed mainly during holiday periods, and lu purpu pignata, octopus boiled in water.
Renowned are also zzeppule, consumed in St. Joseph, March 19, lu spazzatu lamb, eaten at Easter, and pustraddhuzzi and pitteddhe, which are cooked on Christmas Eve.