The nineteenth-century village of Vieste

One of the most authentic areas of Vieste, which has suffered less from the influence of mass tourism, is that of the nineteenth-century village. Unlike the medieval old town, with narrow irregular alleys, here the streets cross at right angles, following the system of the cardo and the decumanus typical of the Murattian districts of southern Italy.

The nineteenth-century village of Vieste developed from the fishermen's houses and warehouses, outside the walls of the old city, and extends behind Corso Fazzini up to the bay of Marina Piccola, at Punta Santa Croce in front of the Lighthouse and in the area of ​​today's port, an area that was once entirely occupied by the bay of San Lorenzo.

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