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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  • We did the tour of the Islands starting from Vieste. We called on the two main islands, San Nicola and San Domino. San Domino is the most natural and wild, sparsely inhabited but with the main facilities for tourism (bars, restaurants, souvenir shops, rent boats and beaches). You can make beautiful walks in the pine forests overlooking the sea and find hidden coves and bays to cool off with a swim in the turquoise sea. St. Nicholas, instead, is the most populated and the village is located at the top of the island, is accessible by a path along the walls, slightly uphill and difficult (it slips on the pebbles). The village is very graceful, unchanged over time and the life of the inhabitants spend serene and healthy, away from it all. There are, on both islands, bars and restaurants with prices for all for convenience we recommend the lunches. From San Nicola we are then left with a small boat to visit, (with a mini tour) other uninhabited islands of the archipelago. Definitely worth visiting at least once in their lifetime.
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  • The quakes are four pearls in the middle of the Mediterranean, I was lucky enough to go there in June, when c is little people and I must say I am exceptional Board of rent the boat to visit the various crevices in peace and to enjoy them from a different perspective
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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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