History buffs will enjoy a visit to Castro, though all visitors are sure to appreciate the monuments, castle, and cathedrals. Visitors can also indulge in everything this welcoming and relaxing, seaside city has to offer, including its restaurants, beaches, and natural parks.
- There are 15 Castro hotels
- August is the most expensive month to travel here, while April tends to be the cheapest
Sightseeing around Castro
- Wine tasting, exploring the waterfront, and taking an adventure tour are top activities, while sights to visit include Otranto Waterfront
- Notable for its historic sites, monuments, castle, and landmarks such as Castle Gallone, Coelimanna Menhir, and Specchia Silva
- The seaside, beach, and parks highlight the natural beauty, and places to visit include Zinzulusa Cave, Santa Cesarea Terme Beach, and Quercia Vallonea
Castro is adjacent to Spongano. Top sights in the area include Coelimanna Crypt and Morciano di Leuca Castle.
Getting around Castro
Castro has plenty of options for transportation. You can explore your options for water transportation at the marina.
Staying in Castro
With 15 hotels and other accommodation options to choose from, Castro offers holiday retreats at affordable prices:
- 5 hotels, ranging from GBP 70/night to GBP 147/night
- 5 apartments
You might like one of these highly rated smaller hotels or specialty properties for a romantic getaway, a cosy spot, or a boutique stay:
- B&B Il Giardino, averaging GBP 88.72/night
- B&B La Rosa Antica, averaging GBP 47.65/night
Dressing for Castro
- Between January and March, you can expect the daytime average to be around 15°C and the nighttime average to be 8°C
- From April to June, temperatures average about 27°C during the day and 10°C at night
- July through September averages 29°C during the day and 18°C at night
- In October–December, the average temperature is 23°C during the day and 8°C at night
- Castro gets about 30 millimetres of rain per year