Things to do on Puglia’s Gargano Peninsula

There is far more to Italy than the tourist hotspots, and Puglia's Gargano Peninsula is comparatively neglected by overseas visitors. But, as I discovered, this is a beautiful region with plenty to see and do… Walking and Cycling As long as you don’t mind hills, this...

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A Blogger’s Trip to the Gargano Peninsula

I have just returned from an enjoyable week at the “Blogger House” on Puglia’s Gargano Peninsula. This was part of a novel programme by the Pizzicato Eco B&B in Vico del Gargano to provide accommodation to bloggers who want to write about the area, and I was lucky...

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Christchurch, the Garden City

Christchurch has always been known as The Garden City, a tribute to its many green spaces. Today, when so much of the centre remains devastated by the 2011 earthquake, the parks are even more in demand, an essential amenity for all kinds of leisure activity. The Parks...

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Valley of the Temples: Sicily’s Greek Heritage

Nestling among the wilds of the Sicilian landscape, the Valley of the Temples comes as a surprise. Sicily is unmistakeably Italian: we had explored hilltowns and Roman remains, and spent long evenings with Italian food and wine. But here we were, in a pocket of...

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