Nicknamed the “Village of Love”, Vico del Gargano is located in the north of the Gargano National Park, a few km inland from the coast. The nickname is derived from the town's patron saint, St. Valentine, an affiliation that has continued since the early 17th Century. Relics of St. Valentine are located in the 15th Century Chiesa Matrice.

A town of narrow winding streets and colourful doorways it boasts a number of churches and a castle, as well as the 'Alley of the Kiss', a tiny passageway which legend claims that whoever you walk into with, you will end up kissing!

The Museo Trappeto Maratea is an underground museum in an old olive press in a natural cave originally built in the 14th Century, with displays of local agricultural history.