Cattedrale di Sant'Agata
In the centre, on the highest point of the island, is this 17th-century baroque cathedral, lined with paintings by local artists....
Founded in 1878, the museum is a 19th-century time capsule featuring fish heads, ancient sculptures, a 3rd-century-BC sarcophagus and...
This is only one of some 35 olive presses buried in the tufa rock below the town. It's here that they pressed Gallipoli's olive oil,...
For good Gallipoli spumone (layered ice cream with candied fruit and nuts) and refreshing granite , head to Caffè Duomo.
Fish Market information
Opposite the castle, just below the bridge, is the town's fish market, still an important business for the city today and well worth getting up to see at least once during your stay.