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No doubt the islands are worth a look, however there are very limited services and beach access. I have been to several rocky beaches that are able to allow bathing in a dignified way. Here bathers are sausaged into a small beach on San Domenica...More
Great place. Clear water, amazing food, scuba diving or just snorkeling. Recommended for singles, couples or families.
Rent a zodiac for a day and explore the islands from the sea, then walk around and explore them by land.
Board one of the many boats offering...More
I went to the Islans the last summer and I have a very amazing experience about every aspect of that place: the sea, so transparent and clean, the food very good, the people really kind, the house where I stayed, fresh, quiete and calm, immersed...More
5 little islands, beautiful sea, wild Mediterranean woods all over giving shadow while walking up and down from one side to the other. The best way to visit them would be by boat, but if you don't have it, there are boat trips bringing you...More
Loved this place the 2 hour boat trip was fabulous and the swimming on the island just amazing
. The boat trip with prosecco and appetitive all for 20 euro
There are plenty of restaurants and bars and you can have a shower or toilet...More
The ferry to Tremiti from Vieste is about 2 hours. Medium size boat has fairly stable ride. Main cabin no a/c. Topside seating has virtually no shade. At Vieste you transfer to smaller open boat. If you need a bathroom break there's time before getting...More
Le Isole Tremiti are an archipelago of 3-5 islands (depending on the tide!) and are part of the Parco Nazionale del Gargano and have been a protected marine reserve since 1989. The islands have been inhabited since the 4th century BC and are steeped in...More
Beautiful beaches and blue water. It was very busy as it was high season. We boarded my cousins boat for the day and it was absolutely beautiful. The water was amazing. We swam at the small beach on San Domino. Very refreshing.
The main attraction of the Tremiti islands are their stunning beauty and the more genuine feel that you won't find on islands "invaded" by mass tourism such as Capri.
Made up of four small islands, the Tremiti offer contrast:
San Domino with its pine forest,...More