Just 11 km from Paglianza Hotel, you will find Peschici, a charming seaside village. As you drive north along the S.P 52, you can admire the historic Saracen Towers, the small bays and the Trabucchi. It is important to mention the presence of two Trabucchi along the bay Baia di Manacore. One of them easily accessible and functioning under the guidance of Mr Giuseppe. Peschici, with its crystal-clear waters, has been awarded the Bandiera Blu for many years and hides treasures such as the Byzantine Castle and its dungeons.
This ancient holy site, dating back to 872, was once a Benedictine monastery and is considered one of the oldest abbeys in Italy.
Located about 15 km away, in the territory of Vico del Gargano, the necropolis dates back to the 2nd century B.C. and witnesses the presence of the cult of Diomedes.
This small archipelago, rich in history, offers unique views with its white sands and crystal-clear waters.
Known as the village of love and oranges, it boasts a rich history dating back to the Iron Age and offers splendid views of the valleys and historic alleys.
Located just 4 km away, it represents the oldest evidence of the arrival of Christianity on the Gargano.
This popular tourist resort is famous for Pizzomunno, a limestone monolith linked to the legend of Cristalda and Pizzomunno.
A Unesco World Heritage Site since 2017 and considered among the most beautiful forests in the world in 2022, it is a true paradise for nature lovers.
Famous for its white houses and beautiful bays.
A UNESCO World Heritage site and a place of worship dedicated to Saint Michael the Archangel, it boasts a history of pilgrimages and mysteries.
Famous for the cult of Saint Pio and the Mother Church designed by architect Renzo Piano.