territorio regione mare termoli vasto ISLANDS TREMITI

The Tremiti islands (or Diomedes) are an archipelago in the Adriatic Sea, located 12 nautical miles north of the Gargano promontory and 24 on the east coast of Molise.
Administratively, the archipelago is the Italian town of 496 inhabitants of the Tremiti Islands in the province of Foggia in Puglia.
The town is part of the Gargano National Park. Since 1989 a portion of its territory is the Tremiti Islands Marine Nature Reserve.
Even being the smallest and second least populous town in Puglia (with fewer people there is only Celle San Vito), is one of the most important tourist centers in the region. For the quality of its bathing water has been repeatedly awarded the Blue Flag, a prestigious recognition of the Foundation for Environmental Education.


Longing for the sea from crystal clear waters and spectacular islands where an artist might be inspired to paint a better picture? All this can be found in Puglia, and more specifically to the Tremiti Islands, four islands and some small island that over the years have been shaped by the wind to offer tourists a unique spectacle.


By boat:


How to Reach:

  • By ferry from Termoli (50′)

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Latitude: 42° 0' 24.7314'' Longitude: 14° 51' 32.04''

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