semi-detached house, 4 people, 3 room/s, 2 bedroom/s, 1 bathroom/s, approx. 70 m², 1 floor/s, apartment on raised ground floor, access to the property via external stairs. Please note: Non-smoking house. Further holiday makers live temporarily in separate semi-detached house.
Furnishing: holiday standard, tiled floor.
Equipment: TV; washing machine; combined heating/air conditioning (only in the bedrooms).
Living room(fly screen): 2 x sofa, fireplace (only for decoration), exit to balcony.
Dining area: in the living room.
Kitchen: separate (fly screen), further dining area for 3 people, exit to terrace. Kitchen/ cooking equipment: 4 gas rings, oven, combination fridge-freezer, toaster.
Bedroom 1: queen-size bed (1.60 m wide). Additional information: fly screen.
Bedroom 2: queen-size bed (1.60 m wide). Additional information: fly screen.
Sanitary 1: bath, WC.
Exterior (private use):
Plot description: balcony (sun-blind), roof terrace (low balustrade, without banister), terrace (partially roofed), furnishing provided (garden table, chairs, bench), outdoor shower, transportable barbecue.
Situation: in the village Marina di Mancaversa.
Access/parking: parking on the road near the house.
Center Gallipoli in approx. 14 km. Marina di Mancaversa in approx. 300 m. Taviano in approx. 7 km.
Next shopping possibility (Marina di Mancaversa) in approx. 400 m. Next supermarket (Marina di Mancaversa) in approx. 800 m.
Airport Brindisi in approx. 96 km.
Sea in approx. 350 m (Marina di Mancaversa). Beach in approx. 350 m (Marina di Mancaversa).
Prior to your departure, you will receive the key collection information for your stay, along with your travel documents.
The city of Gallipoli, from the Greek for "Beautiful City", is a pearl in the blue Ionian sea. Old fishing and sailing city, fort agains the Turks, its splendid beaches and lovely historical monuments that surround it, the smell of the wonderful traditional cooking. The city is divided into 2 areas: the old city and the new hamlet. The historical centre comes from an island connected to dry land by a bridge and is full of old and new buildings. To deter enemy attacks, they built a wall in 1500 which is now a panoramic road which completely surrounds the island, giving wonderful views. To the North you can admire a part of the Neretine coast, while to the South the bay is divided by the Pizzo. The city, half occupied by tourists, has wonderful beaches along its coastline and is equipped with hotels and campsites.
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