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Rose villa b&b

Rose villa b&b


Foggia, Puglia, Italy

Rose villa B&B is situated in the centre of Peschici in a very quite area at a few minutes from the old town and at about one km from the beach...

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    About Foggia

    Foggia is the capital of the Foggia Province in the Puglia region in southern Italy. Mainly an agriculture hub for grapes, mozzarella and cheese, this region is known as the Granary of Italy as many pasta manufacturers carry out their business here.

    Tourists who wish to explore archaeological monuments, beaches and food generally prefer Foggia.

    Here is the useful information about amazing attractions that you must visit when you are in Foggia.

    The Cathedral of Foggia

    Anyone who wants to view a 12th century castle should certainly put the Cathedral of Foggia in their travel list. The cathedral is situated in the Piazza Francesco de Sanctis, and is of significant religious importance. It was established sometime in the years of 1100’s and was restored in the 18th century after an earthquake. The Cathedral of Foggia is made of complex stone work with a stunning Baroque style of architecture. One can observe a number of spiritual paintings inside the cathedral.

    Tremiti Islands

    Devote a day in the Tremiti Islands near Puglia. These are a small group of islands that tourists prefer for a half day retreat at the pristine clear waters at the beach. Diving, swimming and trekking the islands are the best activities to follow for any young adventurer. You will effortlessly find guides to help you navigate around.

    Museo del Territorio

    The Museum of Territorio is also known as the Museum of the Territory. Anyone interested in learning about Foggia’s history of Italy can observe the sights at the museum through the displays and exhibitions from the Christian period of the region. You will find displays of pottery, clothing, coins and ceramics of the historical time with an explanation for each of them.

    The Castle of Manfredonia

    The Castello Svevo Aragonese Manfredonia is known as the Castle of Manfredonia amongst the tourists. It is a small town in the Parco Gargano region near Foggia. The castle was built in the year 1279 by Pierre d’Angicourt during the Aragonese era. The castle is renowned for its strong built and an informative museum inside that gives more information to the visitors about the building.

    The tourists can also stopover at the other historical buildings and a beach in this province.

    Savor the Foggia Cuisine

    Foggia is mainly renowned for its bread cuisine and delicacies, each bursting with intense flavors and alluring aromas. Try the delicious bruschetta with tomatoes or the focaccia recipe topped with sweet onions, tomatoes and anchovies. The other courses to enjoy include the orecchiette pasta mixed with herbs and vegetables. Non-vegetarians can try their hands on the lobster sauce or fish soups for a change. Gulp down the best wine of the region at the Antica Enoteca known for its variety of wines ready to be served along with cocktails.

    Foggia is a good place to be if you are looking for offbeat destinations to visit in Italy. One can even procure a ticket to the local football match at the Pino Zaccheria Stadium and watch the match with a friend on a lazy day.


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