PESCHICI ON THE GARGANO

Defined as the pearl of the South overlooking a majestic cliff.

 

PESCHICI ON THE GARGANO

Defined as the pearl of the South overlooking a majestic cliff.

 Peschici for its geographical position is the ideal starting point to get to know the beauties of this fascinating territory. - Holidays Peschici Seaside Bed and Breakfast Peschici B&B Holidays Peschici Itineraries Peschici Holidays Bed and Breakfast Peschici B&B Maison Grace Peschici

PESCHICI AND THE GARGANO A WONDERFUL CORNER OF PUGLIA

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EXCURSIONS NOT TO BE MISSED

THE BEACHES OF PESCHICI

 
On the jagged coast of the Gargano there are numerous exclusive bays where it is possible to find, even in August, a corner of peace to enjoy our wonderful sea.
The beaches from Peschici towards Vieste are all of fine sand degrading into the sea, however all delimited by rocks where it is possible to snorkel.
From Vieste towards Mattinata the coast overhangs the sea, creating exclusive pebble beaches.

 

THE BEACHES OF PESCHICI

On the jagged coast of the Gargano there are numerous exclusive bays where it is possible to find, even in August, a corner of peace to enjoy our wonderful sea.
The beaches from Peschici towards Vieste are all of fine sand degrading into the sea, however all delimited by rocks where it is possible to snorkel.
From Vieste towards Mattinata the coast overhangs the sea, creating exclusive pebble beaches.
 

TREMITI ISLANDS

 
The Tremiti Islands are the only Italian archipelago in the Adriatic Sea and are located about 12 miles off the coast of Gargano and about 20 miles from Peschici. Also known as Diomedee, the Tremiti represent a small corner of paradise that attracts thousands of tourists every year thanks to the clear sea, the clean seabed, the pleasant climate, the pure air, the luxuriant vegetation, the still wild and unspoiled nature, the bays and headlands, low and sandy coasts, but also

 

TREMITI ISLANDS

The Tremiti Islands are the only Italian archipelago in the Adriatic Sea and are located about 12 miles off the coast of Gargano and about 20 miles from Peschici. Also known as Diomedee, the Tremiti represent a small corner of paradise that attracts thousands of tourists every year thanks to the clear sea, the clean seabed, the pleasant climate, the pure air, the luxuriant vegetation, the still wild and unspoiled nature, the bays and headlands, low and sandy coasts, but also
 

UMBRA FOREST

 
The natural reserve of the Umbra Forest is a protected natural area located in the innermost part of the Gargano National Park. It owes its name to the dense vegetation that makes it very shady for many stretches.
The Umbrian forest has an area of about 10,000 hectares and has a rugged geography with reliefs that reach 800 meters above sea level, with some parts arriving close to the coasts. Rich in flora, the Umbrian forest boasts more than 2,000 plant species and is the largest Italian deciduous forest with beech trees, real botanical monuments, with heights of over 40 meters and diameter

 

UMBRA FOREST

The natural reserve of the Umbra Forest is a protected natural area located in the innermost part of the Gargano National Park. It owes its name to the dense vegetation that makes it very shady for many stretches.
The Umbrian forest has an area of about 10,000 hectares and has a rugged geography with reliefs that reach 800 meters above sea level, with some parts arriving close to the coasts. Rich in flora, the Umbrian forest boasts more than 2,000 plant species and is the largest Italian deciduous forest with beech trees, real botanical monuments, with heights of over 40 meters and diameter
 

SAN GIOVANNI ROTONDO

 
San Giovanni Rotondo is world famous because it is the place where the remains of San Pio da Pietrelcina, a Capuchin friar, who lived for about 50 years in the town of Gargano are kept. Immersed in the greenery of the Gargano National Park and resting on the heights of the hills close to Monte Calvo, the city of San Giovanni is set in the center of a beautiful natural setting. Going back in time, to discover the origins of this town, we go back to the year 1000.

 

SAN GIOVANNI ROTONDO

San Giovanni Rotondo is world famous because it is the place where the remains of San Pio da Pietrelcina, a Capuchin friar, who lived for about 50 years in the town of Gargano are kept. Immersed in the greenery of the Gargano National Park and resting on the heights of the hills close to Monte Calvo, the city of San Giovanni is set in the center of a beautiful natural setting. Going back in time, to discover the origins of this town, we go back to the year 1000.
 

MARINE CAVES

 
The Gargano coast, in particular the stretch from Vieste to Mattinata is one of the most suggestive landscapes of Puglia: high white cliffs overlooking the sea, with pines, gorse and cysts that stretch over the blue waters alternate with small ones inlets and white pebble beaches accessible only by sea. Between the coves and the small green oases, kingdom of the seagulls and hawks, we find the sea caves: large cavities in which the sea creeps. In these

 

MARINE CAVES

The Gargano coast, in particular the stretch from Vieste to Mattinata is one of the most suggestive landscapes of Puglia: high white cliffs overlooking the sea, with pines, gorse and cysts that stretch over the blue waters alternate with small ones inlets and white pebble beaches accessible only by sea. Between the coves and the small green oases, kingdom of the seagulls and hawks, we find the sea caves: large cavities in which the sea creeps. In these
 

MONTE SANT'ANGELO

 
Monte Sant'Angelo is known all over the world for its religious history, becoming an obligatory destination on Michael's pilgrimages. Saints, emperors, popes, kings or simple faithful have come here to kneel before the altar of the Archangel Michael. The inhabited center is the highest in the Gargano (843 m.) And is located in an admirable panoramic position on a spur south of the promontory, with breathtaking views open to the west on the Tavoliere and to the south on the G

 

MONTE SANT'ANGELO

Monte Sant'Angelo is known all over the world for its religious history, becoming an obligatory destination on Michael's pilgrimages. Saints, emperors, popes, kings or simple faithful have come here to kneel before the altar of the Archangel Michael. The inhabited center is the highest in the Gargano (843 m.) And is located in an admirable panoramic position on a spur south of the promontory, with breathtaking views open to the west on the Tavoliere and to the south on the G
 
 

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Gargano Puglia (Italy)

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Fax : +39 0884 964991
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