With the tour Coast and caves of the Gargano it's possible to admire the following views:
- Rodi, Peschici and Vieste seen from the sea
- Pizzomunno, the symbol of the town, stands a 25-meter high monolith overlooking the Castle Beach, owes its name to the legend of the fisherman Pizzomunno and his beloved mermaid Cristalda.
- Scialara beach. It lies on the slopes of the limestone massif on which the historic center is built, which overlooks it dominated by the Swabian Castle.
- Portonuovo beach. Fine sand and shallow water make it perfect for families with children, but also for those looking for a little relaxation. From the beach it is possible to admire the islet of Portonuovo, which from a distance looks like a whale.
- The arch of San Felice, the sea and the wind has sculpt the rock forming this enchanting arch, a wonder of nature. From here is visible the entrance to the small Campana Grotto.
- Testa del Gargano, the most eastern point of the Gargano, and in many ways it also represents the most central point between its extremes. According to the sailors, it is here that the sea currents of the north are divided from those of the south.
- Moving in a southerly direction, the Grotta Sfondata and the Grotta dei Due Occhi can be seen in the vicinity of Baia di Campi where you can swimm. In contrast to those seen so far, the beach of Campi is not sandy but composed of thousands and thousands of pebbles from most various colors, the backdrops offer a show of rare beauty for those who love diving and host the wreck of an ancient Roman ship sunk for two millennia now.
- Cala Sanguinara, also called "the secret beach of the Gargano" Cala Sanguinara is famous for the white color of its rocks and pebbles, as well as for the clearness of its waters, to visit are the nearby sea caves, among which the Grotto stands out some tomatoes.
- The beach of Porto Greco is composed of clear and shining pebbles, enclosed between imposing limestone cliffs that stand out on the sea dominated by a dense Mediterranean scrub with Aleppo pines that descend to the sea.
- Portogreco beach does not offer bathing services and this makes it a perfect location for nautical camping. From here you can also see the famous Arco di Porto Greco, reachable by sea.
- Portopiatto rises inside the tourist complex of Pugnochiuso. It is a good pebble beach surrounded by a pine forest.
- Baia di Pugnochiuso, where the homonymous tourist complex rises which in 1962 was built by Enrico Mattei, then president of ENI, making the Gargano tourism industry famous all over the world.
- Cala della Pergola pretty gravel cove, still witness of a wild and uncontaminated nature: characterized by the typical Mediterranean scrub, it is surrounded by rocky cliffs that almost seem to protect it from the watchful eye of the time.
- Nearby we can find the Grotta delle Due Stanze and the Grotta dei Sogni. The Embroidered Arch takes its name from the characteristic shape of the rocks that compose it which, due to the numerous holes caused by bad weather over the centuries, vaguely remember an embroidery of those that the women of Vieste used to put in the outfit of young brides as a wedding gift.
- Baia dei Gabbiani Vignanotica beach is located in Mattinata along the provincial road that connects the village to the rest of the Gargano. It is an evocative place "decorated" by splendid white limestone cliffs overlooking the sea, high and gravelly, the seabed offers very special waters because they are blue, with shades of turquoise and emerald, the waters are clear even when the sea is moved. cliffs with crystal clear green sea.
- Baia delle Zagare with its faraglioni faraglioni are located between Vieste and Mattinata near the well-known "Baia delle Zagare", which set like a pearl on a wild and uncontaminated stretch of coast, has become the icon of tourism in the Gargano.
- The white Faraglioni of Mergoli rise high in the sea a few meters from the shore and have been called respectively "Arco di Diomede" and "Le Forbici", the beaches of the bay are two, one next to the other, divided by a high limestone cliff and are characterized by a soft expanse of clear sand mixed with gravel. The name given to the bay derives from the orange blossoms which in spring and autumn invest this small corner of paradise with perfume. The bay is also known as "Baia dei Mergoli" for the numerous presence of blackbirds and solitary sparrows where our tour ends