Gargano, what to see and do on Holiday

The Gargano is a symphony of nature, culture and tradition. It is a place that enchants the senses and nourishes the soul. In every fold, in every detail, the Gargano reveals its authentic beauty, inviting us to explore and be fascinated by this jewel in the heart of Puglia. The Gargano offers a wide range of excursions to satisfy every type of traveller, from unspoilt beaches to lush forests, from historic villages to sacred places. Here are some excursions you might consider during your holiday.

Sea Caves

Take a boat tour to explore the fascinating sea caves along the coast between Vieste and Mattinata. The Grotta della Campana, Grotta Sfondata and Grotta dei Contrabbandieri are just some of the natural wonders you can admire.

Tremiti Island

During your holiday consider taking a boat trip to the Tremiti Islands, an unmissable archipelago off the Gargano coast. Its crystal-clear waters, transparent seabed, romantic coves and seascapes make it an unforgettable experience.

The Foresta Umbra and the Gargano National Park

Explore the green heart of the Gargano through the many excursions available in the National Park. The various trails in the Foresta Umbra offer the opportunity to immerse yourself in a dense vegetation of beech trees and centuries-old oaks.

Vieste,​ Pearl of the Gargano

Let yourself be captivated by Vieste, an enchanting town located 9 km from the Camping. Lose yourself in its typical historic centre, amid ancient stone streets and the characteristic profile of its white houses that stretch along a rocky outcrop.

La Salata Necropolis

Explore this authentic early Christian burial complex, located only 3 km from the campsite. Take advantage of organised guided tours to discover this spiritual and evocative place!

The Trabucchi of the Gargano 

The Trabucchi are not only fishing tools, but also symbols of a deep connection between the local community and the sea. Visit them or take part in a fishing demonstration. It will be an unforgettable experience!


Explore the picturesque little town of Peschici with its narrow cobbled streets and white houses. Visit the castle and enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the coast.

Monte Sant'Angelo

Visit the impressive Grotta di San Michele in Monte Sant'Angelo, a sacred place of great spiritual importance. Enjoy panoramic views of the Adriatic coastline as you learn about the history of this religious site.

San Giovanni Rotondo

Visit San Giovanni Rotondo, a town famous for its churches dedicated to Padre Pio. Explore the sanctuary and discover the history of this charismatic Saint.

Vico del Gargano

Vico del Gargano is a charming village located in the heart of the Gargano National Park. Exploring this ancient village offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the local culture, admire the traditional architecture and enjoy breathtaking views.

Alberobello and its Trulli

A visit to Alberobello is an immersion into a world of unique architecture and local traditions. The characteristic Trulli are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are a fascinating testimony to man's creativity and ingenuity in creating original and fascinating dwellings.