The complete list of the 52 official and exclusive Park tour guides. The tour guides are at the visitors' disposal to organize visits in the Park area.Official Tour Guides of Gargano National Park
Parkinbici is a traffic system between municipalities created for the citizens, the workers, the commuters and the tourists. The Gargano National Park Authority realized this system to limit the city traffic and to create a more direct connection with the territory. After Ischitella, Peschici, Rodi Garganico and Vico del Gargano the service has been extended also to Manfredonia, Mattinata, Rignano Garganico and San Marco in Lamis.
The RCT insurance is optional and it costs 5,00 Euros. The bikes can be left in a different station from the one they have been picked up from.
For further information about the service and the official points of sale you can call the toll-free number 800 654214 from Monday to Saturday, from 7.00 am to 11.00 pm, and everyday in the summer time.
The City Museum in Apricena was born from the synergy created by Archeoclub d'Italia, the Municipal Administration, and Gargano National Park Authority.
The seat of Archeoclub d'Italia in Apricena, since its foundation in 1986, worked in the various Municipal Administrations coming one after the other so that the several finds gathered have found an adequate collocation in an emerging City Museum. The constant pressures led, with the past Municipal Administration, to the detection of the premises where it was possible to place the Museum. Such premises, of public property and situated in the historical town center, have been restructured thanks to a targeted funding by Gargano National Park Authority.
Archaeology in Apricena is characterized by the presence of finds covering the whole evolution history of man, with a massive presence of evidences dating back to protohistory.
As a matter of fact, the main collection is represented by dauni handicrafts covering a period of time going from from 7th century BC to the 4th century BC, by finds dating back to the Roman period characterized by the famous sundial, object of specific studies, and by several funeral stelae and memorial stones.
The Museum consists of two halls and is divided into four sections:
For information: Museo di Apricena - Corso Generale Torelli, 108 - 71011 Apricena (FG) - Tel. +39 0882 646735 (contact Archeoclub Apricena: dott. Gaetano Lo Zito)