Latest update: 26 February 2022
The Gallipoli Castle was originally built by the Byzantines in the 13th century and later added to by the Angevin and the Aragonese rulers. The castle marks the entry point to the seaside town of Gallipoli, one of the highlights of the Salento region in Puglia.
Within the castle grounds are temporary exhibitions while you can wander around its ramparts and take in views of the town.
Established: 13th century
Close by: Spiaggia della Purità, Cattedrale di Sant'Agata
Recommended hotel: I Bastioni San Domenico