Are you thinking about staying in southern Italy at your next holiday? Read on to learn what the history city of Lecce can offer.
Exploring Lecce – the ‘Florence of the South’
The city of Lecce is located on the Salento peninsula in southern Italy and famous for its rich baroque architecture. This charming place is scattered with historic buildings made from the local limestone and not only features a large number of baroque monuments but is also scattered with buildings from Roman times and the 11th and 12th century. Lecce is the perfect starting point for day excursions to explore the stunning coastline of the Salento peninsula with its beautiful beaches and watchtowers from the 15th and 16th century.
B&B Nonna Jole – a place to relax
Offers contemporary accommodation paired with a cozy but elegant atmosphere. You can choose from four rooms, each with its own character and one of them (the Salento room) featuring a small self-catering cooking area. To make your relaxing holiday complete, you can enjoy a delicious breakfast, which also contains some local specialities, served to your room. Its location at the heart of the historic town centre of Lecce makes the Nonna Jole the perfect place to stay. Local attractions such as the Basilica di Santa Croce with its richly decorated facade and the Roman Amphitheatre are just on your doorstep.
What the guests think
Guests at the Nonna Jole seem to love the Bed and Breakfast’s central location and its excellent standard in cleanliness. Guests highly rate the modern but charming interior of the bedrooms and modern conveniences such as free WiFi, hairdryer and safe. Regular special praise goes to the breakfast and the very helpful owner, Gian Paolo, who makes staying at Nonna Jole a particularly enjoyable experience.