Gargano National Park
Almost a region within a region, the Gargano National Park encompasses an area of more than 120,000 hectares, providing a home for countless habitats.
The Park harbours several protected areas, including the Marine Reserve of the Tremiti Islands, an area unlike anywhere else thanks to the extraordinary beauty of its sea beds and natural caves.
Inland, the Gargano promontory is home to the last pocket of the verdant Umbra Forest, which was already a vast habitat in prehistoric times.
There are numerous options to explore the park on foot or by bike, thanks to the activities organized by the park's visitors centres, organizing bodies, and municipalities: itineraries and thematic excursions dedicated to sport, nature, food and wine, history and art, and religion.
The park, which extends into 18 municipalities, features many tourist attractions, including the sites of San Giovanni Rotondo and San Marco in Lamis, the Swabian castle of Monte Sant’Angelo, Manfredonia's castle, and the coastal towns of Peschici and Vieste.
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- Groups Reception
- Break Point
- Educational Activities
- an holiday suitable for the elderly
- an eco-friendly holiday
- peace and quiet surrounded by nature
- an holiday with your children
- an adventure between nature and sports
- do sports