Founded in 1878, this dusty museum is a 19th-century time capsule featuring fish heads, ancient sculptures, a 3rd-century-BC sarcophagus...
Cattedrale di Sant'Agata
On the island, Gallipoli's 17th-century cathedral is a baroque beauty that could compete with anything in Lecce. Not surprisingly,...
A beautifully decorated pharmacy dating from 1814.
The place for fish in the old town, with large windows and sea views. Follow the practically obligatory seafood antipasti with...
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Frantoio Ipogeo information
This is only one of some 35 olive presses buried in the tufa rock below the town. It was here, between the 16th and early 19th centuries, that local workers pressed Gallipoli's olive oil, which was then stored in one of the 2000 cisterns carved beneath the old town.