You will be docked in the center of town.
The village of Leuca is at the southernmost tip of Salento peninsula, between the two promontories of Punta Rìstola to the west and Punta Mèliso to the east, where stand the sanctuary and the 48-m-tall (159 ft) lighthouse.
A weekly market is held every Sunday along the whole promenade and it lasts from morning until after 01:00. It is possible to find almost any type of products, from clothes to toys, household products and souvenirs, etc. A group of 1 permanent tents can be found in a small open space beside the promenade; while a 2 row of tents is present just under the lighthouse. In the latter you will find a lot of typical souvenirs like tambourines and objects in pietra leccese (Lecce stone).
Most shops and businesses in Italy open from Monday to Saturday from around 8am until 1pm, and from about 4pm until 7pm, though many shops close on Saturday afternoons and Monday mornings. Though most towns have a pasticceria open in the mornings, while in large cities and tourist areas, Sunday afternoon openings are becoming more common in Livorno, Pisa and Florence.
Holidays: January 1 (New Year's Day) January 6 (Epiphany) Pasquetta (Easter Monday) April 25 (Liberation Day) May 1 (Labour Day) August 15 ( Ferragosto ; Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary) November 1 ( Ognissanti ; All Souls Day) December 8 ( Immaccolata ; Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary) December 25 ( Natale ; Christmas)
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