The Province of Foggia in Puglia has 640,891 inhabitants. This is the second largest province of Italy (area of 6,965 km ²) and includes 61 municipalities. Significant resources are related to tourism (also religiuos) and to agricolture.
Located on the plains in Puglia, Foggia maintains strong agricultural tradition that for centuries has made it an important commercial center. It preserves an important artistic and architectural heritage, centered primarily in the old part of town ... more
It 'a town known throughout the world to house the remains of St. Pio of Pietrelcina, who lived long in the town. It is part of the Gargano National Park and the Mountain Community of Gargano ... more
It 'a town famous for the shrine of St. Michael the Archangel, a pilgrimage of the faithful Christian since the sixth century ... more
This Italian town of 13,827 inhabitants is located in the province of Foggia, Apulia. Seaside resort of Gargano, the quality of it’s bathing water has been repeatedly awarded the Blue Flag by the Foundation for Environmental Education ... more
Since it’s origin Lucera was named the "key" of Apulia, for it’s strategic position, which brings the Tavoliere. Among the numerous historical and architectural importance is worthy of the famous castle Swabian-