Most likely one of the world’s quietest sites, Santa Cesarea Terme in Lecce Province is quite an historical site in itself. Located in the Region of Apulia, the most southern region in the heel of Italy’s boot, offers a stunning view of the Mediterranean Sea with its granite stone cliffs on one side and the mountains of Serra of Certignano on the other. Visitors love the town’s year-round warm climate and balmy sea breezes. Santa Cesarea Terme features Islamic architecture, as well as Norman and other styles. There are also a number of therapeutic springs believed to promote good health and baths including Terme della Grotta di Santa Cesarea and Arches where one can go on weekends and during the week to enjoy various beauty treatments.
Sites in Santa Cesarea Terme include the Dome, Palombara where woodpigeons congregate and the Zinzulusa grotto, which features stalactite and stalagmite formations, Grotta Romanelli dating back to the Paleolithic age, and many ornate buildings and churches. Some Italians view Santa Cesarea Terme as a ghost town and travelers often overlook it too. However, this town on the Salento Coast has much to offer. There are a number of upscale as well as cheap, discounted hotels here as well. To find a complete list, visit EasyToBook.com.
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