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Monte S. Angelo Italy

On our way to Vieste we stopped in Monte S. Angelo. This village is best known for a church that has been built deep into the mountains. Also, there are many houses that look identical, which is very untypical for Italy. I tried to capture this in the picture above.

Vieste Italy

A view to the southern side of Vieste.

Vieste Italy

One morning we came to Vieste and we could see the sun playing with the sea and the harsh contrast of the lighthouse. Fortunately, I had my camera with me and could take this shot.

Vieste Italy

The town has many small streets, but the sea can always be seen.

Vieste Italy

Sometimes you have the impression that you are in an arabic village as all houses are painted bright and white.

Vieste Italy

One of the watchtowers of Vieste which could be seen from our camp site. In the evening it is illuminated. As you can see from the waves, I used the tripod to take the shot.

Peschici Italy

To the north of Vieste, you will find Peschici. The view from the castle is beautiful.

Peschici Beach Italy

Here another shot of the Peschici beach, this time from the west. The castle can be seen on the steep cliff.



Zanzig's Camping Tip
Villaggio Turistico le Diomedee
Road P52, approx. 5 km north of Vieste
71019 Vieste (Foggia)
Phone (0884) 706 472

Situated 5 km outside of Vieste, this camp site offers you the perfect location for a refreshing holiday. While this is a large camp site, this never became a problem for us. In fact, we hardly noticed the size of the site. It is situated directly at the beach, ideal for families with kids as you do not have to drive anywhere to get to the beach, and there is no traffic to be worried about. Also part of the site are clean facilities, a good store, and a restaurant.

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