Sirocco House is the charming residence ideal for your holiday in Gallipoli, in the historic center of the beautiful city, overlooking its crystalline sea, it seems made to enjoy the wonderful views of Gallipoli from a privileged position.
Experience the ancient village from this comfortable house, along the ramparts and literally a stone's throw from the sea: its cross vaults will take you into an atmosphere of times gone by. The rest is done by Gallipoli!
Along the ramparts, with the windows that overlook the sea and the harbor with scirocco, rises the old palace of Tomasi.
Thick walls in tufa almost a meter, the very high cross vaults, the stairs and the ancient attics, the roof terrace and the charm that three centuries of bad weather could not erase.
This marvelous palace has been restored inside enhancing, without distorting it, its characteristics.
Guests will have access to the entire private house and the internal courtyard of Palazzo dè Tomasi, typical of the eighteenth-century Gallipoli.
At a "DIVE" from the sea literally under the house (beyond the road you find the ladders that lead you to the rocks) do not need any introduction. Linpidissime, full of life, the waters that bathe the Salento with a succession of pine trees, beaches, small cliffs, are, according to estimates by Goletta Verde, the cleanest of the peninsula
To the west, towards the sea, the beach of the Purità with the homonymous church; to the east, towards the mainland the ancient fortification and on both sides of the bridge the fishing port is the commercial port.
Then the particular churches with two doors and the decorations plastered with the colors of fishing boats, the brotherhoods, with the still operating circulars, the palaces of the nobles and merchants that rise imposing, with the portals eroded by the wind and the sea and the coats of arms they still tell the stories of families
At 150 meters, five minutes walk from Sirocco House, the parking of the Port of Gallipoli has over 400 parking spaces.
At 50 meters from the court of Palazzo dè Tomasi there is a public bus stop, which connects the Old Town to the new city and the major points of interest of Gallipoli.