Built by the Normans on the ruins of a Vesta temple, the cathedral is in Puglian-Romanesque style with a fanciful tower that resembles a...
This impressive shell museum has four rooms of fossils and molluscs, some enormous and all beautifully patterned and coloured.
At the town's highest point is the castle built by Frederick II. It's now occupied by the military and closed to the public.
You can savour a magnificent selection of Puglian wines to accompany innovative seafood dishes in this restaurant, which is housed in a...
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Vieste's most gruesome sight is this stone where thousands were beheaded when Turks sacked Vieste in the 16th century.