We start from Manfredonia to reach Vieste from the panoramic road "Gargano", 60 km of breathtaking views with photo stops at Baia delle Zagare and Arco di San Felice.
Vieste positioned to the extreme side of Gargano, with its 30 km of coastline, bathed by a cristalline sea on which alternate golden beaches, beautiful bays shaded by secular pines, breathtaking cliffs, romantic islands, enchanting sea caves, delightful coves and solitary bays.
The great Pizzomunno Faraglione and its poetic legend of Cristalda, the “Chianca amara” , the suggestive historic center overlooking the sea, the castle, the cathedral of Romanesque origin and the characteristic “trabucchi” make Gargano one of the most beautiful and exclusive destinations to reach.
The Umbra forest is located on the promontory and with its area of about 10,500 hectares occupies the north-eastern part of the Gargano. The Forest is characterized by beeches, oaks, maples and holm oaks. Among all the trees, the famous Vico del Gargano holm oak stands out, 50 meters high with a circumference of 5m. From 2017 the "Faggete vetuste" of the Umbra Forest become UNESCO World Natural Heritage.
Immersed in this nature at its slow pace, we appreciate the delights of the Gargano, inside an ancient farmhouse that has been abandoned for almost two hundred years. With its sixty-four hectares of hunting reserve, as well as the cows and horses, wild boar and many other animals, we discover the essence and genuineness of the products offered by relaxing in a timeless place. After lunch it’s possible to visit the estate in complete freedom.
Appointment with the partecipants in hotel. Departure
Arrive in Vieste and guided tour
Departure for the Umbra forest
Arrive at the forest and route through the forest discovering the flora and fauna
Lunch in farmhouse
Return to the meeting point
End of the experience
Private Guaranteed Experience for minimum 4 pax.
Medium/low difficulty level - suitable for adults and children
On request: transfer to/from hotel - meeting point
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