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Foggia (province)

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The province of Foggia is the northern part of the region of Apulia in southern Italy. It can be divided into two main parts: the Tavoliere delle Puglie is where the capital city Foggia is located. It is mainly an agricultural area often called the "granary of Italy". The other part is the Gargano which represents the spur of the boot-shaped Italian peninsula. This is the most touristic area, featuring some beautiful villages and towns, beach resorts, and a natural park.


  • Gargano - the "spur" of Italy and the most touristic area of the province;
  • Tavoliere delle Puglie - a plain and a very well-known agricultural area;
  • Monti Dauni (Dauni mountains) - a mountain range on the western part of the province
  • Tremiti Islands (Isole Tremiti) - an archipelago off the coast of Gargano


Other destinations[edit]

  • Alberona - one of the "most beautiful villages of Italy"
  • Bovino - one of the "most beautiful villages of Italy"



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Autostrada A14, so called Adriatica. It is one of the most important highways in Italy stretching along Italy from Bologna and along the adriatic coast to Taranto.

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The only airport is in Foggia and it only serves charter flights or Alidaunia flights to/from the Tremiti Islands

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