Piazza Antonio Salandra
There is always something happening in the piazza-- concerts, festivals, fireworks, people-watching... It's the town's living room.
If you need souvenirs, you'll find a few shops on the piazza selling local ceramics and trinkets.
“As is common in Salento, this restaurant has no menu. Instead, they serve the same 7-9 course menu all season, which allows them to do it to perfection. Carmella and husband source the best local ingredients and create a unique and delicious series of dishes served in a warm and informal setting.”
“Posto incantevole, mare cristallino contornata da una bella pineta . Personale cordiale e il bar/ristorante offre dalla pasticceria al cibo salato.”
“This is the perfect place to engage in people-watching in the square. Their apertivi are quite recommended. Enjoy an Aperol spritz and a wide range of snacks while watching the world pass you by. It is possible that they offer wireless Internet access, but check to be sure.”
“Come here if you need a pastry breakfast. Great selection of croissant and pasticciotti (local sweet filled pasty pies). Eat in or take-away.”