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공원
“ One of the most famous and unmissable beaches during a trip to Salento, and probably one of the most beautiful in Italy, is Porto Selvaggio. It is a place to say the least magical and surrounded by nature, in fact Porto Selvaggio is located in a Natural Reserve. The beach is reached by a long walk in the woods! ”
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Museum
“Have you ever wondered why the soil in Puglia looks so redish? Why do you often find red striped in the stones used to build Puglia's traditional stone buildings? The Grotte di Castellana are beautiful natural caves, among the most important in Italy. You will be taken on a trail inside the caves, no need for hiking experience just non-slippery shoes are recommended. Ideal for children and anyone interested in knowing more about the geology and landscape of the area They can be visited on rainy days, however there will be water inside two days after the rainfalls as water takes time to penetrate down the earth.”
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Premise
“long sandy beaches crystal waters free shuttle bus service from the main parking area tranquil paths to walk ”
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공원
“Pollino National Park (Italian: Parco Nazionale del Pollino) is a national park in southern Italy that straddles the regions of Basilicata and Calabria. It is Italy's largest national park, covering 1,925.65 square kilometers.[1][2] The park includes the Pollino and Orsomarso massifs, which are part of the southern Apennine Mountains. The park's highest point is Serra Dolcedorme, which is 2,267 meters high.[3] The park's symbol is the rare Bosnian pine tree. The common beech is the park's most prevalent tree. The park is also home to a variety of medicinal herbs.[4] The park is home of the oldest Europeen tree, a Heldreich's pine estimated 1,230 years old.”
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공원
“Altra attrazione naturalistica adatta a tutta la famiglia è il parco delle Dune Costiere, dove poter passeggiare nei periodi freddi e fare il bagno in quelli caldi. Another naturalistic attraction suitable for the whole family is the park of the Coastal Dunes, where you can walk in cold periods and bathe in warm ones.”
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공원
“La residenza è sita all'interno del parco | The residence is inside the park”
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Campground
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Campground
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Playground
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Playground
“Tonino the owner, will always help you and advice you nice simple, friendly place for a coffe or a fast sandwich”
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Playground
Playground
“Pesce fresco tutti i giorni, è un po' caro, con i prezzi, ma il pesce è garantito . C'è sempre molta gente, devi prendere il numerino, e aspettare il tuto turno, ti consiglio di andare la mattina verso le 7.30/8.00 all'apertura .”
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Playground

해변

Beach
“Torre Guaceto - this is a WWF Natural Reserve; its name comes from the Arab Gawsit meaning “land of fresh water”. Since 1975 it has been declared a wetland of international interest and in 1991 a protected marine area has also been constituted. The reserve covers an area of nearly 22 km2 and 8 Km of coastline spread around the ancient fortified tower and is one of the best-preserved stretches of coast along the Adriatic coast. The nature reserve is a protected area between the coast of Ostuni and that of Brindisi, at Serranova. It is a natural reserve of particular beauty and importance. The area is characterized by the presence of fresh water, which helped the growth of extensive woodlands and varied species of animals. Inside there are several habitats and landscapes, including a marine reserve with rocky and sandy seabeds; a wet and marshy area inhabited by amphibians and birds; sand dunes and long sandy beaches. The wetlands, fed by brackish water ponds, are an important feature of this reserve. Along the coast lie sandy dunes formed by the action of the wind. The place is called after a tower, part of a series of towers existing along the coast. These were built in the 16th Century as a defence system by the Aragonese family. The natural area is divided into three zones that correspond to different types of protection and specific natural features. The most important area, Zone A, has a full protection status. Here hiking is possible but only with previous permission. The other 2 zones have a partial protection status ”
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Beach
“Go here to have one of the best views and admire one of the highest bridges in the area! Go down from the stairs and make the trekking tour of the canal.”
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Beach
“This beautiful bay has an amazing white beach with cristal waters. Fantastic especially out of season when it is still empty. The town itself holds a small amusement park and a shopping street.”
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Beach
“The 1st sight of the sea through the pine forest is worth the car park fee itself! Fun and friendly bar with music plus beds and umbrellas. Can get €€€ in peak summer but just nearby is lots of free beach all surrounded by pine forests.”
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Beach
“Spiaggia attrezzata con servizio ristorante all'interno del Parco Naturale Regionale Isola di Sant'Andrea e Litorale di Punta Pizzo. ”
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Island
“Fähren ab Vasto oder Termoli bringen Sie für einen schönen Tag in diesen National Park. / Ferries from Vasto or Termoli will bring you there for a beautiful day in this nature park.”
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Beach
“Sandy beach stretching on for kilometers, with clear blue water, great for kids. Unbeatable sunset.”
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Beach
“The jet set place and the St Tropes of Puglia's. Severla beach clubs on the rocks. 58 km, ca 40 min.”
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산책로

산책로
“Wunderschöner Wandersteig entlang des Meeres von Ponte Ciolo aus Richtung Novaglie, nach ca. 2,2 km erreicht man die Höhle "Grotte delle Cipolliane".”
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산책로
“Passaggiata romantica, dove potete ammirare tutta la costa cilentana con panorami bellissimi, sia verso Nord, arrivando a vedere la punta settentrionale verso Agropoli, che verso Sud, fino a vedere la costa calabrese. ”
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산책로
“ Inserita entro i confini del Parco Porto Selvaggio solo da pochi anni, la Palude del Capitano, una delle aree S.I.C. del Salento (Sito d’Interesse Comunitario), è separata dal mare da una scogliera bassa che si conclude, muovendo da sud verso nord, in una delle poche baie sabbiose del comune di Nardò. Entro i suoi confini vive rigogliosa una vegetazione interessante e spesso rara, frammista a tracce dell’uomo preistorico. Negli ultimi anni le indagini archeologiche hanno portato alla luce una villa romana e restituito alla comunità un antico unguentario colmo di monete d’argento, un vero tesoretto. In questo contesto archeologico e balneare, il fenomeno carsico ha sagomato numerosi specchi d’acqua dolce, localmente chiamati spundurate, ossia sprofondate; in altre parole, “doline di crollo”. In esse abita una fauna altrettanto interessante e particolare. La Palude del Capitano è un vero gioiello: la si può attraversare facilmente seguendo le piste sterrate che la solcano, soprattutto in periodi di bassa marea o comunque non dopo forti piogge. L’area intermedia tra il mare e la macchia è infatti una vera palude che quando la marea sale, o la pioggia scende, diventa impraticabile. Qui però non ci sono canne ma si trovano un mare di salicornia e ciuffi aguzzi di giunco. La palude è facilmente aggirabile, comunque, scegliendo l’itinerario che la abbraccia, partendo dal parcheggio del Frascone. ”
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