Tremiti is an isolated island in the Adriatic Sea. The Tremiti Islands are made of limestone. They are seen to be broken up in heavy wooden lands. All the islands are quite small and the longest among those islands can be crossed on foot within 2 hours.
Though it provides a limited diving facilities but one can get permission if he plans his diving schedule in advance with the Marlin dive centre. But flora and fauna may create obstacle while diving. The exceptional growths of colorful Georgian fans is surely considered to be one of the greatest attractions for the people of Italy. Along with it the amazing corals in the shorelines also add a flavor of enchantment to it. In several areas coral pillars can also be seen. One should carry torch and should remain alert while diving because amidst the rocky crevices octopus may be found.
As the Tremiti islands are very small in size there is nothing much to do there other than relaxing. The shopping malls have not developed well in those islands. The most popular art that can be most seen is the shell craftsPizza is a specialty of Tremiti. Aside this seafood, wine provided by Tremiti Islands also needs to be mentioned. The people adopts a very informal attitude during taking lunch. Onhave to take boat for reaching Tremiti island. Tremiti islands are popularly known as pearls of the Apulian Adriatic Sea.
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Last Updated on: December 6th, 2017