The B&B Casa Vacanze del Lillà is located in Torre Chianca, the popular seaside resort of Salento. Nearby several routes, to discover the many facets of this land, in the wake of art, culture and nature.
Officially elected the capital of Baroque, Lecce enchants the visitor with monuments, churches, cathedrals, palaces and museums. To remember the basilica of Santa Croce the architectural complex of Piazza Duomo, the heart of the city with its distinctive bell tower and the magnificent Cathedral.
Are to visit the magnificent remains of the Roman Amphitheatre, the second century AD and St. Oronzo, a traditional meeting place of Lecce, where you can admire the coat of arms of the city, a wolf under a holm oak and the Column of St. Oronzo on which there is the statue of the saint.
Known as the Pearl of the Ionian Sea, Gallipoli, whose name means no coincidence “beautiful city”, can be considered one of the most flourishing centers of Salento, as well as sought after tourist destination. Gallipoli is located on the west coast of the Salento peninsula and is characterized by its division into two parts: the village, which is the modern part and the old town, built on a small island connected to the mainland by an arched bridge. ” The old core” of Gallipoli is rich in monuments and historic buildings, and is protected by walls, towers and ramparts, which add charm to this beautiful city.
It’s valuable the Baroque Cathedral and the Hellenistic Fountain located near the bridge.
City bridge between East and West, Otranto retains many of the characteristic appearance of the ancient trading cities of the Mediterranean. Its historic center, which consists of narrow streets, contains the splendid Cathedral of St. Maria Annunziata. Inside you can admire the huge mosaic floor depicting the Tree of Life. The Aragonese Castle, located in the south-west of the city has a trapezoidal structure, with three round towers placed at three of the four corners.
Always known as “De Finibus Terrae” for its unique geographical position, Santa Maria di Leuca is characterized by the presence both on the Ionian side both on the Adriatic side, of numerous caves that can be visited by land or by sea. The city can be the first step in a journey along the coast of the Salento peninsula, several and suggestive bays and lagoons with stretches of fine golden sand, that leave room for headlands, wild cliffs and low cliffs, interspersed with sandy coves.
Near Porto Cesareo, a renowned tourist resort, they rise several coastal watch-towers, such as Torre Caesarea and Torre Lapillo.