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Discover what could be the last unspoiled corner of Italy

The Gargano Peninsula is often overlooked by travellers - it shouldn't be

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In rustic town of Vico del Gargano, mushroom vendors sell there wares curbside.

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Head out in any direction from Vico and you’ll be driving winding roads blessed with spectacular cliff-top views of beaches and medieval towers.

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Giuseppe Romondia expanded the family business in Vico into an eco-conscious, gay-friendly B&B, and uses social-media to spread the word about this undiscovered corner of Italy.

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In Vico, Pizzicato is one of those uniquely Italian cafés where the culinary excellence spans coffee, cocktails, patisserie and gelato (and has been officially recognized by Italy’s Gambero Rosso bar guide).

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The mountaintop town of Monte Sant’Angelo is a labyrinth of sun-bleached homes built on steep streets.

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