Port of Gallipoli
There are 2 ports in Gallipoli: an ancient building near the Greek Fountain and a merchant in the old town. The ancient harbor houses fishing boats, called paragons while the merchant port hosts large ships. In the 15th century. The city passes to the Venetians began work to build the harbor - which until then was just a small boat shelter. Around 1480, the port of Gallipoli was completely refurbished by the Venetians and subsequently handed over to the Aragonese.