Gagliano del Capo
Gagliano del Capo was already inhabited during the Bronze age. Between the V and the XI centuries it was a Byzantine centre and, in the XVI century, a defensive wall was built to protect the city form the attacks of the Saracens.
Among interesting building in Gagliano del Capo the Mother Church, built in 1580 in Baroque and Renaissance styles, the Church Dell'Immacolata, built in 1860 over an ancient church of the XVII century, and the Church of San Francesco di Paola, built in 1613.
Other buildings of interest are the Palazzo Ciardo, built in 1900 over an old castle, and the Palazzo Daniele, built between 1861 and 1863 in Liberty style.
Gagliano del Capo tourist information
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Corso Umberto I, 13
Towns in Puglia