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They extend underground for about 200 square meters, Below the buildings D'Acugna and fats, which face onto Via Antonietta De Pace. Our Gallipoli are the property of the Association Gallipoli Nostra, which in 1988 had them fully restored and opened...more
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Via Antonietta de Pace 87 | Di fronte al Museo civico, 73014, Gallipoli, Italy
Anyone might think that a museum about olive oil would be boring, but this is exactly the opposite. A short 15 minute visit is all it takes and only €1.50. Informative commentary in English (there is a continuous commentary in different languages so you may...More
What a beauty. If you don't visit it you cannot say you visited Gallipoli. The italian guide told us all the story of this beautiful ancient old oil Mill. We've been told of the history of Gallipoli, the importance that the oil had for the...More
Pocket hole of history easy consumed by the provision of written and voiced guides in several languages including English. Really well laid out and extremely interesting portrayal of local oil production and export along with its use throughout the ages. Well worth a look
For €3 each, this was an interesting and diverting way to spend 25 minutes. There is an english speaking tape giving visitors the background to how the facility worked and the low ceiling heights and the warmth underground, quickly gives an impression of how difficult...More
This is the only for public available old olive oil mill in the historic centre of Gallipoli. You can experience how they worked here and it seems to be that this was not funny at all! The cellar is approx 2 meters high and the...More
This is an amazing peek into the economic history of this beautiful place. We were touched by the difficult conditions and hard labor from humans and animals that were the backbone of the culture's economy. Well worth the small entrance fee.