Vieste Wheelchair Accessible Tours Apulia Excursions
Vieste Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Vieste wheelchair accessible tours, is one of the gems of the Gargano, it is part of the Gargano National Park.
It also falls within the Umbra Forest, the green lung of the whole of Apulia.
Vieste has a candid heart, white as milk, which is tinged with blue and green and which appears more beautiful every day.
Has very ancient origins and stands on a rocky ridge overlooking the sea.
The pearl of the Gargano fascinates every traveler with its white houses that frame narrow alleys and squares with belvedere on the sea.
Is an excellent starting point both for exploring one of the most fascinating areas of Apulia but it is also the perfect destination for good food and total relaxation.
Perfect as a base for your Apulian holidays or as a passing destination during a road trip.
Vieste will surely surprise and conquer you.
From the port of Vieste there is daily boarding to visit the Tremiti Islands.
Visiting the Tremiti Islands is an exciting experience that will make you discover the picturesque caves and the wonderful islands of San Domino, San Nicola, Cretaccio and Capraia.
Private Vieste Wheelchair Accessible Tours
Vieste wheelchair accessible tours with a guide and cruise shore excursions.
Accessible Italian Holiday provide a safe and a full accessible tours around it at previewed itineraries.
Visit this rich and fascinating land with a specialised tourist guide.
Adapted van transportation specifically designed for disabled tourists traveling on holiday to Apulia.
The village of Vieste can be divided into the old part which looks like a tangle of narrow streets in the middle of white houses characteristic of this part of the Gargano.
The new part, with a beautiful main avenue where numerous shops, bars and restaurants overlook.
In the medieval village of Vieste, in addition to being several interesting views that allow you to see and photograph the beauties of the surrounding landscape of Vieste, you can admire some buildings.
First of all the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, which stands in one of the highest parts of the city.
Absolutely to do in Vieste is to stroll through the alleys.
The alleys of the ancient Vieste are narrow and winding, climbing towards the apex of the city through steep climbs and arches that make the historic center suggestive and fascinating.
The small shops mostly sell souvenirs for tourists and local handicrafts.
Consisting of jewels made with precious stones and objects produced by working with wood and terracotta.
In the many restaurants in the city center, you can taste dishes based on fresh fish.
As well as all the traditional local products, such as salami, caciocavalli, extra virgin olive oil, desserts, taralli, citrus liqueurs, fresh pasta and meat breeding of farms.
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