Manfredonia sits at the northern end of Puglia on the Adriatic Sea, nestled, south of the Gargona Promontory.
Its a lively town with a big fishing fleet and wonderful seafood restaurants.
It’s flanked by beaches.
And wet lands
The Gargona National Park is on a plateau with ancient forests, amazing motorcycling roads, and historic towns and villages.
Monte Sant’Angelo is a UNESCO World Heritage village perched up on the Gargona Escarpment. It is recognised as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
The Sactuary of Saint Michael the Archangel is in a cave church dating back to the 9th century.
The village is indeed beautiful with views to the sea, beautiful old pedestrian walkways, and beautiful local food