On the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, there are countless rocky and sandy beaches not to miss in Salento. Some suggestions to get to know the place better, getting lost along the fascinating and endless stretches of coastline of this wonderful land. Porto Cesareo (with Punta Prosciutto, Torre Lapillo and Sant’Isidore), on the Ionian Sea, is famous for its blue sea, ancient towers and fresh fish restaurants. Gallipoli (with Baia Verde, Lido Conchiglie, Padula Bianca, Rivabella and Santa Caterina di Nardo), on the Ionian coast, is known for its charming old villages, Caribbean-like sea and sophistication. Otranto (with the Alimini, Torre dell’Orsa, Rocca Vecchia and San Foca), on the Adriatic, is famous for its ramparts, beaches with fine silvery sand, lakes and green pine forest. On the Adriatic and on the Ionian Sea, Santa Cesarea Terme is famous for its healing thermal waters and its sulphur caves, while Castro is known for its caves, including Zinzulusa cave, which is one of the largest karst phenomena of Salento. Santa Maria di Leuca, at the extreme edge of Puglia, is known as "Finibus Terrae”; the sea is crystal clear and the coastline dotted with numerous coves and caves, including the Cave of the Three Doors, the Devil’s Cave and the Cave of the Breath, which are accessible only by sea. Il Ciolo, a short walk from Santa Maria di Leuca, is famous for its 40-metre high bridge, from which some daring souls dive into the emerald green sea.