Arcipelago Tremiti, San Domino

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Arcipelago Tremiti, an archipelago in the Adriatic sea, form part of the Gargano national park. The name translates as tremors or quakes, as earthquakes are common here. Benito Mussolini’s fascist regime interned political prisoners here, following the Roman tradition of two millennia earlier of exiling inconvenient people to the islands. Visitors now come quite willingly to experience the blue waters and varied coastlines. You’ll find sandy beaches and coves as well as rocky coastline with high cliffs. You can enjoy diving or fishing here. If you can, take time to walk across the whole island. Put Arcipelago Tremiti and other San Domino attractions into our San Domino vacation planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Pearl of the Adriatic to enjoy, on the Council in June and September for the ease of being able to cut out of the corners even in solitude or with his partner. The beach of Haystacks is a spell among the boulders sprouting from the sea and the emerald green water. The Council also rent an inflatable for fully enjoy all the small islands, not to mention a nice walk to St Nicholas and the lush San Domino from which we arrive at some sights fantastic. July and August are hyper chaotic and not make you fully appreciate what wonderful that nature offers us.
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  • Always lovely and superb, clear water and the sun warming makes even a small paradise quite different from busy Adriatic spiaggioni.
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  • I spent 1 day in this paradise, beautiful sea, enchanting landscape, nature is spectacular, but what a pity ... they're destroying, the Sea seems Milan during rush hour, whizzing rafts and small boats like a formula one circuit, the historical center of Saint Nicholas is overgrown, dirty looks abandoned. How do you ruin a terrestrial Paradise of our beautiful Puglia ...
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