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This place has a nice "local" feeling.
It's nice to see and wonder how it could be to fish there, but regarding that this is one of the "most interesting spots" of the area they could spend some money to at least put an info...More
Trabuccos are pine-wooden platforms used for fishing that you can only see in this region of Italy. Trabuccos are usually built on rocks overlooking the sea, and include wooden arms where fishermen put their nets.
It seems that the first trabuccos where created by the...More
There are several fishing structures of this type along the coast around Vieste. Apparently these are somewhat unique to this area - the Gargano Peninsula. Regrettably we did not see any of these contraptions in action.
Eh, it's picturesque. Probably very important to the locals. It's on the coast road north of Vieste - if you're brave and quick enough to pull in and park, you could probably get an interesting photo of this. I'm not sure I'd bother. But full...More
These mechanisms are on the most peaceful places along the coast. Some are still being used today, and one can sit next to a trabucco at sunset, and simply imagine the generations of fishing which happened here. One can also ride (boat ride) along the...More