Gargano: What to see and what to do in the “Spur” on the Italian “boot”

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The Gargano is a mountainous promontory in the northern part of Puglia. For its geographical location, surrounded on 3 sides by the Adriatic Sea, it is also called "the spur of Italy". While maintaining many of the characteristics of the Apulian landscapes, the Gargano area is very different from the…

The 7 Best Places to Sleep in Vieste

Vieste has so much to offer but to spend a nice vacation it is also necessary to choose the right…

1 anno ago

Old Town Centre of Vieste

Vieste’s old town centre, or “Vieste Vecchia”, rises up on a cliff above the sea, from the Castle’s beach to…

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Punta San Francesco

Exploring the old town centre, one can’t miss Punta San Francesco. The small peninsula is found at the end of…

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the Pizzomunno and its legend

The "Pizzomunno" is a large white rock monolith over 25mt tall, located at beginning of the Scialara Beach, the first…

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Bay and Arc of San Felice

A little green paradise, San Felice’s bay offers a small, lovely beach with a sandy, shallow sea bottom. Adding to…

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Marina Piccola

Marina Piccola is a bay in the center of Vieste. It has been for many centuries the true port of…

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The Sea Caves and Vieste by boat

You can visit the sea caves scattered along the coast of the Gargano. The sea caves are natural tunnels dug…

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Umbra Forest

Natural Reserve since 1977, the Foresta Umbra (Shade Forest) takes its name from the dense network of branches and leaves…

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The Cathedral of Vieste

Vieste’s Cathedral (Basilica) rises on the high side of the medieval village. Built in the second half of the XI…

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