Vieste is a real tourist city, it has always been, since the 70s, when German tourists fell en masse, after a drastic drop in the 90s, Vieste has been discovered today by tourists from Eastern Europe. The greatest attraction is undoubtedly the sea: beautiful beaches, coves to be discovered, crystal clear water and the incredible breathtaking landscapes of the Gargano. But even the historic center of Vieste, too often ignored by tourists, deserves attention.
The guide service requires half a day.
Please contact Mr Giampaolo Nanula 333/2637942 or Cinzia 338/8453921
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The half-day visit of Vieste can be combined with the visit of Manfredonia or Peschici, Monte Sant’Angelo and San Giovanni Rotondo
Half day itinerary
The meeting with the local guide will take place at the tour bus parking located near Via Alessandro Manzoni. Along a Viale XXIV Maggio: a beautiful street full of shops, bars and restaurants, we reach Corso Lorenzo Fazzini or the city center. A few more steps and here we are in the historic center where we will find the ancient city gate in front of us. Immediately on the right a large staircase will lead us to the Cathedral dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta built in the Apulian Romanesque style. Relying on our guide, we will be able to discover the most beautiful views, the panoramic points from which to admire the beaches of the Gargano and the famous Pizzomunno: a large white limestone faraglione protagonist of a legend of love.
Opening of the main monuments and fees
Basilica Cattedrale di Vieste
Opening hours: 7,30-12,00 16,00-23,00
Price: Free entry
Castello di Vieste - Castle of vieste
The tollgate of Vieste can not be visited as it is still home to a military base
Necropoli della Salata - Necropolis of the SalataAddress: sp 52 Vieste - Peschici km 7,3
Opening hours: open only in the afternoon
Santuario di Santa Maria di Merino - Sanctuary of Santa Maria di MerinoAddress: s.p. 52 Vieste - Peschici km 7
Opening hours: 10,00 - 12,30 16,00 - 19,00
Museo Civico - Civic MuseumAddress: Via Celestino V, 78
Opening hours: 17,30 - 23,30 Closed on Sunday
Museo Malacologico - Malacological MuseumAddress: Via Pola, 8
Opening hours: 9,30 - 12,30 17,00-23,00
Parking for Piazzale Marconi tourist buses
No public toilets, ask the bars to use theirs