Category Archives: Monti Dauni

Cooking class at Castel di Pietra

A restaurant school is the best place to learn the culinary art in contact with the great cooking professionals. Fortunately for you, the first restaurant school in the province of Foggia has been opened in the rooms of the historic Palazzo Ducale of Pietramontecorvino. Here you can roll up your sleeves and attend one of…
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The Passionata in Troia

The Passionata is a typical dessert of the village of Troia, made with ricotta cheese, almond paste and sponge cake. They say it is worth tasting it while admiring the Cathedral: consider it a synaesthetic and multi-sensory experiment, enjoyment of the eyes and palate, a short circuit of sensations where formidable beauty and delicious flavour…
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Hear chatting in Franco-Provençal

The origins of this linguistic island that has preserved itself on the Monti Dauni for centuries are still not clear. According to the most credited hypothesis, the birth of this Franco-Provençal enclave, the only one in southern Italy, is due to Carlo D’Angiò. After defeating the Saracens in Lucera, the French king in 1274 promulgated…
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Visit the Daunia Adventure Parks

In the Monti Dauni region there are three adventure parks, one of which is devoted just to children and has been set up surrounded by nature reserves. These are a great diversion for the adventurous and for those who want to spend a day immersed in greenery and surrounded by the natural beauty of the…
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