A 16th century palace facing the sea
in the historic centre of Gallipoli


In Gallipoli, in the region of Apulia.
On the seafront.
25 km from Lecce.
18 km from Nardò.


Main building surface area : 900 m²
Construction period : 16ème S.

Number of levels : 3
Ceiling height : 6 m
Number of main rooms : 9
Number of bedrooms : 5
Number of bathrooms : 2
Parking spaces : 2

Sea view

Our opinion

Gallipoli appears to emerge like a stone ship from the waves of the Ionian Sea. Initially a Greek town, then taken by the Romans, this small, fortified peninsula was even held by the Normans before being conquered by the Kingdom of Two Sicilies in the 16th century. But it is the 19th century that is responsible for its Romantic appearance and its Baroque buildings, including this authentic palace where Via-d'Ospina meets Via-Palmieri. Adorned with a balcony, sculpted from Lecce stone, its tall, sienna-coloured facade is amazing. The interior appears to have been frozen in the middle of the Italian Renaissance period. Every single room has its surprises, such as this fresco awaiting renovation or this fireplace, reflecting a pure Salento style. And yet, the property remains sober and unpretentious. The view from the roof terrace takes in the narrow streets as far as the fish market and beyond to the clear waters of the Gulf of Taranto.

Reference 758001
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1 600 000 €

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NB: The above information is not only the result of our visit to the property; it is also based on information provided by the current owner. It is by no means comprehensive or strictly accurate especially where surface areas and construction dates are concerned. We cannot, therefore, be held liable for any misrepresentation.

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