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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  • A must-to-see "Italian. You should visit at least once in life and "taste" the sea and the beaches of these islands ... Summer 2015 with a clean sea, great guide and beautiful people. The only flaws are super crowded beaches and the cost of food and drinks on site.
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  • A natural paradise not far from the mainland but that requires a boat to move smoothly and bathing enjoyable. The only sandy beach on the island of San Domino, the one near the Harbour, is crowded and unfairly dirty (full of waste). For a bath as it should then you must rent a boat or take advantage of the shuttle service of the companies of the port of San Domino and San Nicola. On the main island there are several coves but is impossible to move on the ground. The only quad hire, bikes and scooters was closed in August. The best Island to visit, and which boasts an enchanting panorama, is the island of San Nicola, the medieval fortress of unchangeable beauty, surrounded by a crystal clear sea.
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  • We were one day at Tremiti Islands in August. Purchased tickets the day before in Vieste we boarded with NLG and we left at 8:40 from the small port. Upon return we left at 17:30 from St. Nicholas to Vieste at 19:45. The ticket price is 43.50 euros for adults and included the way from Vieste to St Nicholas Island round trip + boat excursion in the archipelago and a stop at the island of San Domino. I would highly recommend the tour of the Islands by boat because it is possible to visit the caves and admire the jagged cliffs. We had a chance to stop between the 2 Islands where at the bottom there is the statue of Padre Pio approached with open arms to the island of San Nicola. Anyone who wanted to could dive and swim in the clear waters among the fish ... my 9 year old son was so happy!! Of course, the boat was crowded ... but it was on 19 August! ... If you get the chance go into another period where you can visit the Islands with more tranquility. The island of SAN DOMINO, which is the biggest, remains as wild and untouched. We've come a part of the trail through the forest of pines having lunch on one of the benches along the way. During the trip we saw the boat what used to be the villa di Lucio Dalla. THE ISLAND OF SAN NICOLA. As you climb to the church you can admire beautiful landscapes, crystal clear sea, the Harbour, the Islands, the views, the walls, the Sun reflected in the water ... and you know what is the real beauty of this island that will always remain in my heart. ... In San Nicola is located the historical part: monuments, towers, the Church, the walls in addition to the administrative part of the quakes. The CRETACCIO ISLAND: is between these 2 Islands and consists of a limestone that crumbles from wind and water erosion. I was disappointed, however, see both the island's much filth left by tourists that the neglect and that sense of abandonment was left the monastery: tall weeds, broken and dangerous iron footbridges, empty plastic bins and abandoned, ... ... The houses are a little rough around the edges, a shame because they would make a nice "frame" to the island. Go for it! ... even today, looking at the pictures, resurface the fond memories of that day ...
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