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Large apartment with balcony that caught the morning sun with a fantastic view of the harbour. The owners were friendly & kind. Could walk everywhere. Simple & satisfying Italian continental breakfast.
Even though the bed was large, it was a little lumpy but otherwise ok....More
We had a nice one night stay with a very nice room with terrace overlooking the harbour.
Good breakfast and friendly host. The Wi-Fi was not working good at the terrace, but then again you could enjoy the life and view in stead with a...More
This lovely B&B was one of the stops arranged for us in a self-guided cycling tour. A total delight. Our room for two actually had two separate sleeping areas. It was very spacious. The breakfast was perfect for cyclists: plenty of protein and fruit. The...More
Although the place may look a bit uninspiring from the outside with an entrance on a side street - don't be fooled.
It's really like a wonderful magic box.
The entrance hall had lots of old historic photos, documents and family portraits. Amazing. It turns...More
We are from Australia and loved this B & B. It is in a wonderful historical house right on the sea that has been owned by the Barba family since it was first built. Our room had an enormous balcony where we could sit and...More
Located along the walls of the ancient city of Gallipoli, Palazzo Barba is an elegant nineteenth-century residence which enjoys a picturesque view of the Seno del Canneto, creek featuring the historic fishing port and the imposing castle Angioino.The interior is completely renovated in the original style, are characterized by the presence of "star vaults" and "barrel" and the large rooms are bright and tastefully furnished. An elegant living room, a balcony with a breathtaking view of the Gallipoli coast, can be used for breakfast, relaxation room, TV room and reading.In the building are preserved books, photographs and historical documents relating to the history of the city and the family Beard, among which figures such as Emmanuel Beard, Gallipoli patriot and scholar, poet and director Ernesto Eugenio, one of the most prominent figures in contemporary theater world.The hosts, Neni and Clara, with their warm and friendly hospitality will make your stay in the "Pearl of the Ionian Sea".