Italy Apulia Foggia

Gargano National Park

Lush Italian nature reserve featuring diverse landscapes: forests, coastlines, islands, and historic landmarks in the province of Foggia, Apulia.

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From west to east in one fell swoop (don’t worry, there’s a high-speed train from Naples), you head from Amalfi to the Adriatic. Cue the Gargano National Park. A whopping 120,000 hectares of land is reserved for this jewel. It covers a hinterland of scented citrus trees and pines. And then it drops to the coast. That’s where you catch the wonders of the region. Beaches like Mattinatella and Vanda Biffani shimmer alabaster white. Lagoons of turquoise drift inland, opening onto coves and crevices that are perfect for snorkelling.

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