PADULA FEDE DI PUNTA PROSCIUTTO

Padula Fede at Punta Prosciutto, is located in the area of ​​Punta Grossa 1, it is a fraction of Porto Cesareo with a sea with beautiful crystal clear water and pure sand. Its beach has a tropical charm; the sea is clear with sandy bottoms, a white sandy bay bordered by outcropping rocks. It' a coastline suitable for everyone: family-friendly, because the widthof the beach and the shallow waters to the shore allow to control children; perfect for lovers of long swims and water sports such a swindsurfing, sailing and scuba diving; excellent for those who alwaysputs in suitcase mask and fins. The beach is bordered by ancientdunes covered by the typical local vegetation, reserve of the Paludedel Conte Regional natural park. Nearby are two protected areas: theNatural Reserve of Salina dei Monaci in Torre Colimena and TheNatural Reserve of the mouth of the Chidro River near Specchiarica.Inaddition to being a point of seaside reference, Punta Prosciutto islocated in a central position respect to places of tourist renownedreputation, such as Torre Lapillo, Porto Cesareo and Gallipoli atSouth, San Pietro in Bevagna and Campomarino of Maruggio at North,and places of artistic and cultural interest such as Lecce, thebaroque city. In a few kilometers you can run any kind of pastimeactivities: bowling, horseback riding on the beach, go karting,fishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, diving and surfing school,excursions in general, boat rides, discos for young people and forfamilies.From April to October is rich the programming of festivalsand festivities in Salento, where you can dance the Pizzica, thetraditional hectic dance caused by the bite of the tarantula. A widechoice of local restaurants along the coast and farmhouses immersedin the campaign, will give the opportunity to taste the products ofthe Apulian culinary tradition, typical of the cuisine that has thearoma of the flavors of the sea and the Mediterranean. Do not forgetthe wine and food and wine tours to discover the flavors of Puglia,oil, cheese and local wine at the traditional cellars, livestockfarms and oil mills.