If the place chosen for the holiday can not offer alternative forms of entertainment is sure that the following year his visitor will betray him. This can not happen to Peschici, the "Pearl of the Gargano" par excellence, since the range of distractions available to the tourist is wide and varied. There's something for everyone.
For those who adore the smooth: a dance floor surrounded by the pines. For young people: Disco pubs, nightclubs and wine bars. .... more info >>
The Secret of the Castle of Peschici
The opening of the "basement of the fortress called" Castle "located on top of the cliff, overlooking the sea, on which stands Peschici.
The owners, after years of labor and capital employed, have totally cleaned and uncovered the "secret" of the ancient building, returning to the pages of history the current history which dates back to the very first draft in 1053 by an act of donation Abbey Islands Tremiti .... more info >>
Part of the Marine Park of Gargano ZONE, which means that it can go only with the authorization of the National Park of Gargano. The island has a flat structure is: 700 meters long and 250 wide, with a height of 15 meters. sea level to an area of about 11 acres of rocky ground due to drying and flaking of limestone blocks that compose it.
The island is completely uninhabited, devoid of large trees and without the characteristic Mediterranean islands such .... more info >>
At about 12 miles off the coast of the Gargano are Tremiti Islands, defined by their charming and unspoilt beauty as "the pearl of the Adriatic".
The small archipelago is made up of the islands of San Nicola, San Domino, Cretaccio, Caprara, and about 11 miles from them, from the island of Pianosa. The crystal clear waters of the Tremiti attract thousands of tourists every year.
St. Nicholas is the historical, religious and administrative center of .... more info >>
oday, along the Italian coastal roads, frequently in the more advanced or more collected, sighting towers blocks of different sizes and shapes, many dilapidated and almost unrecognizable.
They are the remains of an alarm and defense against the Barbary pirates and Turks, coming from the subject territories of Greece and Albania and their vessels, were threatening the Muslim invasion of Italy.
Until the late nineteenth century, when Saracen towers .... more info >>