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  • Family Hotel Sole - San Menaio: Sea, Great Fun and Amazing Attractions

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Located facing the magnificent Adriatic Sea in San Menaio, a seaside hamlet, Family Hotel Sole offers travellers especially those travelling with their families a seaside and mountainous paradise with lots of games, fun activities and amazing... continue

  • Enjoy sun, sea and sand in Peschici, southern Italy

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    The town of Peschici is in Foggia Province in Puglia Region which is the south of Italy. Peschici is perched over a sea of turquoise water that glistens in the sun. It looks like a picture from a storybook with its walled towns, whitewashed... continue

  • Explore Uncharted Italy in Gargano

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Located in the southeast of Italy, Gargano in Puglia is one of the most historic destinations in all of Italy. Boasting brilliant mountainous landscapes, along with some of the oldest untouched forests in Central Europe, Gargano is an essential... continue

  • Hotel Sole: the ideal destination for your holidays in the Gargano

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    The Hotel Sole in San Menaio makes the ideal destination for holiday makers looking for sun, sea and real relaxation. This stately hotel dates back tot he early 20th century, and still boasts many of its original features and exteriors. Inside,... continue

  • The DoubleTreeby Hilton Acaya: A Luxury Golf and Spa Resort on the Adriatic

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    The DoubleTree by Hilton AcayaGolf Resort in Lecce, Puglia, is a luxury hotel with an on-site exclusive golf course designed to provide a memorable holiday or business trip for all golf enthusiasts. The hotel is set in beautiful grounds with an... continue

  • San Menaio: a seaside village of rare beauty

    written by Emilio Aronica

    San Menaio, in the province of Foggia, Puglia, is a small village nestled on the Gargano coast, where the pine forests meet the sandy beaches, of which the town boasts four. The main beach, which is sandy with a fine grain, stretches for 2.5km... continue

  • Wine and food holidays in Apulia: tour and specialties

    written by Emilio Aronica

    The Apulia region in the south of Italy is known for its unspoiled scenery and relaxed way of life. It is a land of bright sunshine, bright colours, and simple food with bright flavours - the raw ingredients are so good, it's a shame to waste... continue

  • Hotel Sole: a beautiful stay in San Menaio

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Hotel Sole is located right on the Adriatic coast and offers a perfect location to enjoy the early 20th century luxury, private beaches or tour this historic region of Italy. The hotel itself was constructed towards the start of the 20th century... continue

  • Sfinal Residence: Cliff-top Relaxation Among the Pines

    written by Emilio Aronica

    The Sfinal Residence is a family resort site perched on the cliff-tops with panoramic views over the sea. Surrounded by pine forests, it offers a lovely holiday location between the towns of Vieste and Peschici in the Gargano area of Puglia. The... continue

  • Grotta dell'Acqua: Camping and Bungalows Directly on the Sea

    written by Emilio Aronica

    The Grotta dell'Acqua is a camping resort of spacious pitches for your own tents or comfortable chalets with all services and comforts provided. It is located in pristine unspoiled country surroundings, directly next to the beach which... continue

  • Art and Culture Holidays in Apulia

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Apulia in the far south of Italy is not as widely visited as other parts of the country, but the adventurous traveller is rewarded with stunning wild coastlines, excellent weather, and a taste of a country a world away from the tourist traps of... continue

  • Fall in love in Vico del Gargano, the village of love

    written by Emilio Aronica

    Known as the village of love, Vico del Gargano, one of Italy's many and most beautiful borgos (which are little towns which were built right outside the walls of a city), is in the Province of Foggia which is located in the region of Apulia and... continue

  • The most beautiful lake destinations in Apulia: relax, walks and fun

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    Apulia, on the far south of Italy, is more well known for its unspoilt coastline and deep blue seas than for its lakes, and this is perhaps not surprising - as the heel on Italy's boot, the sea is always close to hand. That's not to say... continue

  • Mountain holidays in Apulia

    written by Emilio Aronica

    If you love nature, mountain peaks, walks in the woods, lakes, streams, wildlife in its natural habitat and abundant flora and fauna, visit mountain in Apulia. This dramatic region has a collection of 25 peaks that includes Monte Cornacchia with an... continue

  • Apulia's best seaside holidays - Top Sea Destinations in Apulia

    written by Emilio Aronica

    In Apulia  you will find some extremely cute, little towns filled with lots of history as well as some great restaurants, where you will get the chance to try out some the most typical dishes of the area. But, if there is something that... continue

  • Hotel Yria in Vieste: the best accomodation in the best area!

    written by Redazione Visit Italy

    If it is a holiday at the beach, enjoying the sun, the splendid view and good food, then Vieste, a town and marine resort located in the province of Foggia in the Apulia region is the right place for you. Situated inside the Gargano National... continue

  • Day and Night in Vieste

    written by Chiara Guzzetti

    A beach in a bay for each day. The mini-cruise by boat to the sea caves, beneath the white cliffs, then a plunge into the transparent waters of the Isole Tremiti, and then exit in trekking Foresta Umbra, green heart of Gargano National... continue

  • A sea and cultural holiday in Salento

    written by Alexandra Evans

    Drawing an ideal line between Lizzano on the Ionian sea and Torre Santa Sabina on the Adriatic sea a virtual border can be traced to define Salento from the rest of Apulia. A great number of destinations can be visited in Salento, combining... continue

  • A trip in Lecce: the "Athens of Apulia"

    written by Alexandra Evans

    The outermost south-eastern part of the Italian boot-shaped outline is named Salento.The call of the salt and the sea is immediately associated with the name itself and could not be different. Salento, in fact, extends along 200 km of coastline... continue

  • Cisternino a City with an Ancient Square

    written by Mandino Gojanovic

    Located in the province of Brindisi in the region of Apulia, Cisternino is a coastal city with a thriving tourist industry. In addition to tourism, the economy of the city is strengthened by dairy farming and by growing olives and grapes. Cisternino... continue

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