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Written by Rena Adamek on 21 Jun, 2003
I travelled to Italy with my friend Rebbecca. We arrived in Roma and took the train to Foggia (4-5 hours). The train ride was lovely. We arrived around 10:30pm and stayed the night in Foggia. We missed the first train to Peschici, so we relied…Read More
I travelled to Italy with my friend Rebbecca. We arrived in Roma and took the train to Foggia (4-5 hours). The train ride was lovely. We arrived around 10:30pm and stayed the night in Foggia. We missed the first train to Peschici, so we relied on a bus to San Servo and a second bus to Peschici. The bus stopped to pick up school children and took them home. It was a great way to see the country side and enjoy the sights of the Gargano Peninsula.
Peschici was a sight for our eyes. This is the last of a "forest" area in Italy and the town of Peschici sits atop a very high hill over looking the Adriatic. Valle Clavia is 1/2+ mile away from town. The resort is all inclusive, so we paid 50 Euro per person, per day for food. It included breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and all of our drinks. We would have had to pay for "hard alcohol". There were free shuttle services to and from Peschici and the surrounding train and bus stations.
The staff provided beach towels and drinks from the bar at the private beach. Massage therapists were on hand for a small fee at the beach and the water was very warm and refreshing.
There is a small sports bar across the street to enjoy "football" games with the local towns people.
There is nightly entertainment during the peak summer months of July and August. The work facilites were great and the housekeeping was kept everything immaculate.
There were many families there with small children, who enjoyed the play area by the pool as well as at the beach.
I have no doubt I will return to this resort. It was worth the travelling to get there. They are building a second resort currently for the other side of Peschici. This is the only all-inclusive resort in Italy at this time. It was splendid!