The Tremiti Islands can be seen during the day:
- 1 hour and 30 minutes in the morning.
- In the evening I return about 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The Tremiti archipelago is 22 km from the Gargano coast and consists of three main islands, San domino, San Nicola and Capraia from the small island of Crepaccio and numerous rocks and spikes. San Domino offers visitors the charm of the caves including that of the Violas with the walls covered with centaures and cineraries, and the Bue marino refuge of the monk seal.
The island of Capraia is characterized by numerous ravines and a natural limestone tunnel that preludes a marine inlet, the Architello. The abandoned island of Pianosa, caressed by the waves of the waves has an extraordinary environmental value for its wealth of fish resources. The geological framework of the islands is made up of Eocene, marly, Pliocene and yellowish marl limestones which in the past were to constitute the natural bridge with the Balkan peninsula through which numerous animal and plant species found passage.
The tormented and suggestive morphology of the Tremiti is due to the geolithological nature of the rocks and the action of the sea which with its incessant action has created coves, caves, bays, arches, stacks, recesses and harsh and enchanting peaks. The limestone nature of the rocks highlighted the karst phenomena of the sinkholes.