Not far away from the provinces of Bari and Brindisi there is located the province of Lecce. The city of Lecce justifies its sobriquet of “the Florence of the South”. It has many Lecce apartments to offer for your next holiday and, more importantly, it is part of the Lecce province, which has plenty more destinations for you to enjoy. So head straight for some wonderfully comfortable Lecce accommodation and enjoy your Italian holiday.When you stay in Lecce accommodation, you will find yourself in the province of Lecce, whose capital is the city of Lecce. The province lies in the Apulia region of Italy and is known for its castles, beaches and cathedrals. So enjoy diverse sights and activities when you stay in the Lecce apartments. You can, perhaps, start your journey with a trip to Lecce. This capital city has amazing Baroque architectural marvels and a staggering amount of old churches. Depending in your time here, you can visit as many as you can. Some of the noteworthy ones are the Lecce Cathedral, which dates back to 1144, and the 1591 Church of the Theatines. You can stay in the Lecce accommodation here and enjoy walking in the botanical garden here as well.
Lecce - A province rich in history
Staying in the Lecce apartments will also give you a chance to see the 16th century castle of Charles V and walk on the street called Vittorio Emanuele. Indulge in some shopping here! Another place you can visit while you stay in the Lecce accommodation is Nardo. This commune is known best for its baroque architecture that can be seen in its cathedrals and farmhouses. Walk around the centre of the town for a great time here. Veglie, another commune in this region, is also accessible when you stay in Lecce apartments. There is a provincial museum here which is known for the tomb dating back to the Messapic times.
Visit idyllic beaches and lighthouses - Lecce
Head to Otranto when you stay in Lecce accommodation and you can enjoy the wonderful beaches here. There is a lighthouse which is the easternmost point of Italy. This lighthouse is called Faro della Palascia. You can also enjoy a visit to the catacombs of Torre Pinta. Staying in Lecce apartments can give you a chance to enjoy the beaches in Gallipoli too. There is a 13th century castle here and 14th century walls. All of which make a great sight. As old monuments go, you can also visit the Palazzo Pirelli, which dates to the 16th century and has mythology based décor. Staying in the Lecce accommodation can also see you travelling to Galatone, which also has a Baroque church dating back to 1696.
Why not take so car and make a trip through Italy with Lecce province as final destination? There is so much to see in Italy, for example: