Ugento is a town and comune in Italy. It has a small harbour, and is situated in the province of Lecce, in Apulia, on the Gulf of Taranto of the Ionian Sea. It includes the frazioni of Gemini and Torre San Giovanni.
Restaurants in Ugento
4.5 based on 334 reviews
5 based on 77 reviews
KITESURF - WINDSURF - WAKEBOARD - SUP Gallipoli - Torre Mozza - Torre San Giovanni LocalsCrew a.S.D. Offers Kitesurfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, SUP courses, in the Salento's Ionian coast with possibility to move even on the Adriatic coast. We are mainly in the area of Gallipoli, Torre Mozza and Torre San Giovanni. Our professionalism is guaranteed by FIV-IKO-VDWS instructors with international experience. The courses are designed to make you have fun and learn in a few hours of lessons and you'll also become part of this world. Courses include equipment, instructor one-on-one, liability insurance and transportation, at the end of the course you will be issued an international patent (IKO Card), attesting your level. Courses available in English, French, German, Spanish. Possibility to rent after the course or to anyone in possession of valid certification. What are u waiting for....Book your course! Enjoy the family
I have been kitesurfing for 7 years now and wanted some advanced training. Daniele is a great instructor, giving you top advice but also transmitting the confidence to pass tricks I never thought I could achieve. The gear is simply in excellent condition (my kite...MoreI was nice to have u here, i'm sure you'll come back in Salento soon. waiting for u
5 based on 74 reviews
We were satisfied. First time we dont find it. It is small shop on corner. Then with map - no problem.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
Amazing service, Great food, Superior Beach, Clean & Friendly!!
Had a wonderful gathering among friends, the restaurant was really wonderful, management perfect, the beach was immaculate. The Manager Domenico was incredibly friendly. Happy to find a little piece of paradise! THANK YOU!
Il servizio era incredibile , ottimo cibo, spiaggia Superior , pulito e accogliente !!
un meraviglioso incontro tra amici , il ristorante era davvero meraviglioso , gestione perfetta , la spiaggia immacolata . Il direttore Domenico era incredibilmente cordiale . Felice di trovare un piccolo pezzo di paradiso ! GRAZIE!
5 based on 189 reviews
Ho conosciuto la bella realtà del Parco Astronomico salentino durante un tour culturale nel basso Salento, un grande lavoro di ripristino di una vecchia campagna, le strutture sono ben amalgamate nell'ambiente naturale e nessuno direbbe mai che qui ti fanno fare un viaggio straordinario nell'immenso dello spazio.Bravo il proprietario, competenza e padronanza di linguaggio
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Oil presses under the city and cheap to visit. Well restored. Fascinating really but not enough to merit the 3/4 hours that my husband spent in there. No signs in English and even those in Italian were hard to read in the poor light. Absolutely not for disabled or those with mobility problems as has a deep flight of steps
5 based on 314 reviews
Un parco astronomico guidato magistralmente dal Sig. Vito Lecci.
Persona estremamente preparata nel campo dell'astrofisica,un grande divulgatore della sua materia che grazie alla sua enorme passione è stato capace di trasformarla in professione.
Coinvolgente il suo modo di raccontare l'universo.
Assolutamente da consigliare.
5 based on 15 reviews
L'unico locale, o meglio laboratorio di cucina che è in grado di preparare le specialità salentine senza glutine, prodotti davvero buoni e consigliato a tutti gli intolleranti al glutine e non solo...
cortesia e disponibilità da parte del personale addetto.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
A real small perl . The feeling of the Southern italian hospitality and atmosphere. A pleasure to sit in the main square at night.
4.5 based on 543 reviews
Vorrei inserire una recensione di Specchia (uno dei borghi più belli d'Italia) con particolare riferimento al centro storico medievale e alle principali strutture di rilevanza storica.
The locals clearly take great pride in their small town which was clean and tidy. It was raining the morning we visited, and there were not many people in the town. A friendly local directed us to the small tourist information office in the main piazza opposite the main church. We were given a map which includes a suggested walk around the town. Unfortunately, the map information was all in Italian, and as tourism increases in Puglia, you can expect to find English versions. There is not a lot to see other than churches and some grand old homes. Do what we did which was to walk for about an hour than visit one of the few bars (we visited Martinucci by the piazza) for some welcome refreshment.
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