Several interesting places to visit are situated at only a few kilometres away from the Calenella Holiday Camp.
Vico del Gargano has an extraordinarily beautiful historic centre which still retains a truly authentic character.
A few miles further inland, after Vico del Gargano, lies the Foresta Umbra, whose rich mountain vegetation is at a short distance from a typically coastal environment.
The coast of Gargano is considered as one of the main natural patrimonies of Italy: it features about 140 km of coastline with a number of beaches, bays and coves.
The Calenella beach, surrounded by a thick vegetation at the foot of the Monte Pucci Tower, is made of fine white sand; the plain behind it is cultivated with vegetables.
The characteristic site of Peschici, which is only five minutes away from the Holiday Camp.
“Trebuchets” typically feature our coastlines; they are complex structures of wooden poles that intertwine with wires and pulleys, an ancient and effective fishing method that exploits the migration of schools of fish from the north to the south of the Adriatic. Some “trebuchets” have been turned into very typical restaurants where you can enjoy freshly caught fish.
The Tremiti Islands are one of the most beautiful Marine Nature Reserves of our country.