B&B Torre Squillace
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Torre Squillace
We spent today at sea living by the pool and soaking up the sun and downing a few frosties. It was a really relaxing day after all the sightseeing and shopping that we have doing for the last couple of weeks. We sailed south through the Adriatic Sea with Croatia on one side and Italy on the other. The sea was as smooth as glass. The weather was superb and the sea was as smooth as glass. We slipped down to The Ocean Bar for Happy Hour and listened to the band. Very ...
... their power and wealth , often built on three sides of a small square which would be referred to as salotto or living room , as this is where they would mingle and converse.
Today it's Saint Oronzo square that is the most traditional meeting place , and today it is decorated with the festa lights to honour his big day. He watches over the town atop a huge column. The square is surrounded by shops and bars and part of an ...
Arrived at 8am and got out of Bari asap.
Headed straight to explore the caves at Castellana. We did the 3km tour to the very impressive 'white cave'. It was very different to the caves we'd visited in Frace (Provance) especially in terms of managment and protecting the caves.
Had lunch there and an ...
... br> After lunch we went back to our apartment for the usual siesta. I could get used to this! Actually we spent the time doing our laundry at a nearby laundromat. We went back at 5:00 to begin preparing dinner. There were 4 other people who were coming that evening for a week long class and we would be preparing their welcoming dinner.
For dinner we made 2 more types of pasta, ...
... for breakfast one morning. They also must have noticed it was my birthday from looking at my passport, so on my birthday they brought a special ice cream desert.
Each town in Italy has a patron saint and has a festival for them during the summer months. In doing research for this trip, Tom found a town near Lecce, called Scarrono which had a
"Festa di Santa Domenica". This festival was one ...
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting