This is how holiday rental owners described Vieste
show more the Foresta Umbra, Peschici, San Giovanni Rotondo and Monte Sant'Angelo will be within easy reach and you will be close to Vieste.
A beautiful ancient place, friendly welcoming people, traditional fragrant cuisine and excellent local wine ...
We can help you discover the serets of the Gargano on walking, cycling or jeep excursions in the Gargano National Park, or by boat to see the seacaves and visit the splendid Tremiti Islands and so much more. All from the comfort of the “I Tesori del Sud” resort at Vieste!
Relaxing health giving Trekking, or Walking, will bring you into close contact with nature and the enjoyment of the marvels of the Gargano.
Mountain Bike Excursions
The ups and downs of the tortuous but spectacular roads of the Gargano National Park offer unforgettable challenges to lovers of mountain biking!
There are many holy places in the Gargano: Monte Sant’Angelo, ancient pilgrimage destination and San Giovanni Rotondo with the Padre Pio sanctuary.
A boat excursion is a must for a closer look at the spectacular Gargano coastline with it's many seacaves, a gift of time and erosion.
Tremiti Islands Excursion
The Tremiti Islands are a true Paradise. Just a few miles from the Gargano coastline they are easily reached on a pleasant boat excursion.
Rent a holiday home on the Italian Adriatic Coast
The Italian Adriatic Coast stretches from Lecce in southern Italy to Trieste on the border with Slovenia and includes many notable cities, towns and beach resorts. Consequently there are plenty of great locations in which to rent a holiday home or holiday house on the Italian Adriatic Coast including Venice, Rimini and Brindisi.
Great Italian Adriatic Coast holiday house destinations
Visitors who rent a holiday apartment in Venice can enjoy the city's magnificent attractions including St Mark's Square, the Basilica of di San Marco, Santa Maria della Salute and The Doge's Palace. Alternatively, if you book a holiday house or rent a holiday apartment in southern Italy, you can make a trip to Lecce, an architectural gem of a city. In the heart of a region famous for its olive oil, Lecce's honey coloured 12th century cathedral is a masterpiece of Baroque art. Travellers staying at holiday homes or holiday rentals on Italy's Adriatic coast flock to the region's numerous beach resorts and with 15 km of beach Rimini is amongst the most popular. If you stay at a holiday home in the Le Marche region you can visit the Sirolo and Numana resorts. Numana has a sandy beach that is ideal for watersports and scuba diving. Book a holiday rental in Foggia to visit the Gargano National Park, which has some of the most beautiful landscapes on the Adriatic coastline.
The best time to visit the Italian Adriatic Coast
With lower than average rainfall, the summer is probably the best time to visit the beach resorts on Italy's Adriatic coast and those staying at holiday rentals in Venice should also make their trip in the summer to enjoy some of the cities great festivals and avoid the flooding which can be a problem in the winter. The more southerly of the region's resorts enjoy far longer summers but whether you are planning a beach holiday or want to explore the area's many historic towns and villages you will find a warm welcome at any time of the year.