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This seems to be the sothernmost point of Italy and anyway is the point where the two seas -Ionian & Adriatic - do meet offering a fascinating view.
Of course you can not leave without some nice pictures ..
A short walk from the parking area is the point that looks over where the Adriatic and Ionian Seas meet. All the trail there is a little rocky it was not too difficult. I think there is a further trail down to the Devil’s Cave...More
It is a 15 min rugged hike to the most east part of Italy. The trail is not well maintained or interesting, except for an out of place figure of Padre Pio. But the view, especially at sunrise and sunset is worth the effort. From...More
A bit of scrubland, a partial fence, large flag pole with the Italian tricolore, a bronze statue of Padre Pio (he of the stigmata if you believe that sort of thing), rocky outcrop. 15 mins is more than enough. Given what else Puglia has to...More