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Baia Calalunga

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Baia Calalunga

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Strada Litoranea SNC, 71010, Peschici Italy
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Peschici private tour: typical Puglia charm
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Peschici private tour: typical Puglia charm

Peschici is a charming seaside village on the Gargano, in the north of Puglia. The guided tour will take you to know one of the most beautiful and tourist resorts in the entire region starting from the Porta del Ponte, and entering the historic center full of palaces and churches with different architectural styles resulting from different historical periods and dominations.<br><br>During the tour you will visit the church of Sant'Elia Profeta, patron saint of Peschici, built with large blocks of marble stones coming from the local quarries, with its imposing bell tower. The tour continues towards the castle, the first structure built in the current historical center, on the remains of a Greek stronghold, by the Normans arrived in these lands around the year 1000. <br><br>Over time it has been possible to recover several works of art, jewelry, old work tools, clothes, which can be reviewed in the permanent exhibition (Museum of Torture)
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Franco F wrote a review Aug 2019
Balerna, Switzerland73 contributions40 helpful votes
I love Calalunga beach but the loud and awful head banging music which is played from the bar every afternoon really spoilt our enjoyment of what should have been a very relaxing holiday. Most of the people on the beach are over forty so why are they playing nightclub music? Please change the play list for something more suitable for a sunset experience on a beautiful beach.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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ANGELAHOL wrote a review Aug 2017
London, United Kingdom190 contributions88 helpful votes
Wind was welcome as temperatures were in the high 30s, so our day on the beach was pleasantly refreshing. There are good facilities, a canteen style restaurant, playground, and loungers and umbrellas for hire. We were there in high season at the weekend and the loungers were only about one third in use, so relatively quiet. Certainly worth the 15 minute drive from Peschici were the beaches were far busier and often adjacent to caravan sites. Swimming not brilliant as the sea was quite rough but this presumably depends on the weather
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Giugni65 wrote a review Aug 2016
Italy163 contributions36 helpful votes
Umbrella and sunbeds to rent for 18 €. very good service and nice pleople. Toilets are clean. for lunch there is a good self service, reasonable prices. available also romantic tents protected when strong wind is blowing
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Date of experience: August 2016
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TBAlere wrote a review Jul 2016
2 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice place for a day at the beach! Showers and very good service. Friendly people and very good lunch possibilities. Sunbeds to rent. Good price.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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voyager57 wrote a review Jun 2016
East Midlands84 contributions35 helpful votes
We were advised to try this beach by locals and it is certainly worth it. The initial impressions are unpromising: a sharp turn off the coastal road leads down to what at the moment is a mix of building site and caravan park (obviously improvements were underway for the coming high season) but if you park and walk down to the restaurant area along the surfaced route things improve dramatically. The parking is free for those paying to use the beach and you need to buy a scontrino (ticket) from the bar which covers a beach umbrella and two loungers for about 10 Euros (slighlty more if you want the front row, nearest the sea) which you hand in to the guy on the beach. All the staff are helpful and friendly and when we went in June the beach itself, which is in a sheltered cove with magnificent views, was almost deserted. Families with small children were using it, and I think the very gentle slope of the beach and the shallow water would make this a good spot for paddling. There are toilet facilities and a good restaurant as well as the bar. Recommended.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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