Holy Friday Procession and Easter in Gallipoli

From 18 April 2014 - 00:00

To 20 April 2014 - 22:00

Two nights to see the Holy Friday procession in Salento

Starting from
190 €

Holy Friday Procession and Easter in Gallipoli

Holy Friday procession and Easter in Gallipoli from April 18 to 20, 2014

Starting from 190 €

Offers also available in other periods

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Stay at Hotel Villa Costes in Gallipoli

Guided tour of  Gallipoli

Day 1: arrival, dinner and Holy Friday Procession in Gallipoli

Day 2: Gallipoli: Guided tour of Gallipoli, (in Greek: Kallipolis, meaning "Beautiful City") located on the Ionian coast of Salento.

You will discover this wonderful city close to the seaside with unique views.

Gallipoli is one of the most characteristic towns of Salento.
Among its attractions not to miss the Angevin Castle, the Hellenistic Fountain and the underground oil presses.

It is located by the Ionian Sea, on the west coast of the Salentina Peninsula. The town of Gallipoli is divided in two parts, the modern and the old city. The old town is located on a limestone island, linked to the mainland by a bridge built in the 16th century.

In past times the economy of Gallipoli was based on the international wine and oil commerce. Nowadays its most important activities are based on fishing and tourism.

Tourism is enjoyable throughout the year, due to the mild climate. Numerous are also the celebrations (civil and religious).

Gallipoli also boasts a very recently built harbor for private boats.

Lunch in a typical farmhouse set in the countryside under the shade of olive trees.

Afternoon: return to Gallipoli

Evening: dinner and overnight


Price per person: € 190,00

The price includes:

- Stay in Hotel (2 nights) with half board

Guided tour (for groups of at least 5 people)

On request:

- Transfer by car / minibus

- Lunch Reservation at the Restaurant

Accomodation at

Hotel Villa Costes is situated within a beautiful neo-classical villa on 2 floors surrounded by a huge garden of palm, olive, and fruit trees

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