The Tremiti Islands
- The Tremiti Islands are an archipelago composed of five islands, of which only two are inhabited
- They were known in ancient times under the name of “Diomedee”, from the name of the Greek hero Diomede who was buried there
- The Diomedee are the seagulls of the Tremiti Islands, which the legend recounts to be Diomede’s friends, who remained crying on the island after his death
- The famous singer-songwriter Lucio Dalla wrote many songs taking inspiration from the Tremiti Islands, where he had honorary citizenship
Not to miss:
A tour to discover the beauties of the archipelago:
One of the most interesting ways to visit the beauties of these islands is to rent a small boat.
Do not miss a visit to the caves and the beautiful deserted beaches in the archipelago.
A statue of Saint Pio was immersed in the depths of the water.
Try to look for it!
The visit of the islands of San Nicola and San Domino:
Visit the Tremiti islands walking.
San Nicola is the island with a predominant historical-cultural-religious interest in the archipelago.
Visit the Sanctuary of Santa Maria del Mare then go down to the marina and take a taxiboat to the island of San Domino, where you can hike through breathtaking nature trails and reach the many pristine coves.
The wonder of the Tremiti Islands
– You can travel around the island by renting a boat or starting with one of the many organized tours (do not hesitate to contact us);
– On the island of San Domino there are numerous restaurants, a good alternative to a packed lunch;