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Vacation home in Otranto
1 King Bed and 2 Twin Beds
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Rental basis: Entire house or apartment
Number of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 0
Taxes of City tax 1.5 EUR Per adult / day may be collected during the booking process. If this is not supported, they must be paid to the host upon arrival.
The Luisa holiday apartment is located in a quiet residential area of the city of Otranto, known for its charming historic center. The accommodation is on the ground floor and consists of a cozy living room with a well equipped kitchen, a bedroom (with a double bed and 2 single beds) and a bathroom. The apartment, for 4 people, is suitable for children and is also equipped with air conditioning, washing machine and television. Outside you will find a balcony, very well furnished, perfect for al fresco dining with a glass of wine. Relax with your loved ones and friends! The city center, with numerous shops, restaurants, bars, clubs and cultural attractions is only a 5/6 minute walk away, while the nearest beaches with the closest lidos are 150 meters away. A supermarket is located just 350 meters from the apartment.
Bed linen is included in the price, while for the bathroom set the cost is € 1.50 per person per night
- Towels Payment € 1.50 per person per night
- Pets allowed. Payment € 30 per stay
Otranto, between sea and history
Otranto was born as a Messapian center in Roman and Byzantine times later only to undergo the Aragonese, of which significant traces remain with the presence of the great castle, around which the whole city has developed over time.
The historic center of Otranto is one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, and in its streets and alleys you can breathe the scent of the history that characterized it.
In the 15th century Otranto was attacked by the Turkish fleet, which found the resistance of the Otranto, who decided not to give in to the request for retraction made by the Muslims, who in response killed 800 people on the Colle della Minerva, those who today represent the holy martyrs of Otranto , whose remains are preserved in the beautiful Norman Cathedral of Otranto.
In the same Cathedral of Santa Maria Annunziata, you can see the largest mosaic in Italy, the Tree of Life, which extends along the aisles, made by the monk Pantaleone.
Otranto is also characterized by other churches that tell the story: Church of San Pietro, Church of the Madonna Dell'altomare, which dominates the seafront, Church of Santa Maria dei Martiri, Church of Santa Maria del Passo.
In the area there are also several crypts and catacombs dating back to the 10th / 12th century.
The Aragonese Castle of Otranto, with its irregular pentagonal towers, ramparts and moat is today one of the most evocative historical attractions for tourists who come to Otranto.
On the Otranto coast there are also several towers that served as a defensive bulwark against the Saracen invasions Torre di Sant'emiliano, Torre di Santo Stefano and Torre del Serpente, once used as a lighthouse, which still stands today on the ridge of Otranto
Pets are allowed for an extra charge of EUR 30 per stay
All guests, including children, must be present at check-in and show their government-issued photo ID card or passport.
Cash transactions at this property cannot exceed EUR 1999.99, due to national regulations. For further details, please contact the property using information in the booking confirmation.
This property accepts credit/debit cards.