[vc_row css=”.vc_custom_1530706890684{padding-top: 14px !important;}”][vc_column][eltdf_elements_holder holder_full_height=”no” number_of_columns=”one-column” switch_to_one_column=”” alignment_one_column=””][eltdf_elements_holder_item item_padding=”0 35px” item_padding_1367_1600=”0 0″ item_padding_1025_1366=”0 0″ item_padding_769_1024=”0 0″ item_padding_681_768=”0 0″ item_padding_680=”0 0″][vc_single_image source=”featured_image” img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][vc_empty_space height=”30px”][vc_column_text]Puglia is famous all around the world for its stunning coastline. Where the Adriatic Coast and Ionian Sea collides beautifully. Crystal clear turquoise waters, shallow and warm like being in giant bath and incredibly soothing and relaxing.

But one of the highlights of this beautiful coastline, which stretches 800 kilometres along the region is the natural reserve Torre Guaceto.

A natural paradise of sandy coves, located in the municipality of Carovigno and has been awarded 3 Sails which is a prize reserved for the most beautiful beaches.

Torre Guaceto offers something for everyone and is particularly suited for families with its calm waters and sandy shores. The reserve is made up of public and private beaches, some areas are prohibited such as the ?spiaggia delle conchiglie?.

For those who love water activities, you can try scuba diving, or sailing in the turquoise sea guided by the sailing centre, which offer lessons in catamaran, sailing and windsurfing.

The beach is also adapted for people with disabilities from the services offered by the private beach ?Punta Penna Grossa?.

Hiking and bike tours are also available in the Torre Guaceto Reserve, which is surrounded by centuries old olive trees, dunes and marshes.

Entry to the reserve is free for the public and can be reached in less than 30 minutes from Paragon 700.

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