Peschici is an Italian town of 4,383 inhabitants in the province of Foggia in Puglia. It is part of the Gargano National Park and the Mountain Community of the Gargano.
Popular seaside resort, for the quality of its bathing water has been repeatedly awarded the Blue Flag by the Foundation for Environmental Education.
Peschici is located on the northern coast of the Gargano, in the middle of a stretch of coast, partly sandy and partly rocky, between the Bay of Calenella (Vico del Gargano) to the west and the Bay of Manaccore (Vieste) to the east. About nautical 30 miles (47 kilometers) across the Adriatic to the north west separate it from the beautiful Tremiti Islands.
The coastline of Peschici is characterized by numerous bays and coves, with beaches whose size is extremely fine, sometimes mixed with gravel. Despite the rock formations and lush vegetation surrounding them, they are all more or less easy to reach.
The climate, already tempered by latitude and longitude, influenced the sea that mitigates the rigors of winter and the summer heat. The average annual temperature is 16 ° C. The coldest month is January (8 ° C on average) and the warmest are July and August (27 °).
The urban fabric has a morphology intricate, made of alleys, squares, courtyards, stairs, narrow passages, strings and especially white houses, typical of Mediterranean architecture. Urban expansion has taken place in two areas and in different ways: on the promontory, inland, of relatively intensive type, and in the Valley Clavia, to Monte Pucci, of sporadic type and with tourist-receptive vocation.