Gallipoli

The sea, the sun and the tourists.

Unlike many of the towns we visited,┬áthis place had its fair share of tourists – as is often the case near the ocean. We headed straight for the old city, and turned a corner every time we saw a living being (we’re super social).

I personally enjoyed staring at the sea and the old men who were busy weaving baskets (if only I could have fit one in my suitcase) the most, but hey that’s just me.

We stayed for about three hours, but you can make a day out of it if you go for a boat ride or chill on the beach.