Manfredonia is a town with medieval origins in the southern part of the Gargano region of Puglia, near the Adriatic coast. Basilica of St. Mary Major of Siponto, the extraordinary archaeological heritage of the town built on the ruins of the ancient Siponto, is kept inside the Swabian – Angevin Castle, dropping sheer into the sea, the seat of the National Archaeological Museum.
Nearby the Basilica there is the Salt Mine of Margherita di Savoia. It’s one of the most important Salt Mine of Italy and also a charming place with its pink water, white hills and the amazing flamingos.