Manfredonia (ancient Sipontum, so SymontumNovellum, then Sipontum Nova in dialectManbrdonje) it's a Italian town from 57.215 inhabitants of the province of Foggia in Puglia.
Located on the gulf of the same name, immediately south of the promontory of Gargano. Manfredonia borders to the north with Monte Sant'Angelo, northwest with San Marco in Lamis e San Giovanni Rotondo, west with Foggia, southwest with Cerignola e Carapelle and to the south with Zapponeta. It is the twenty-seventh Italian municipality by territorial extension, as well as the sixth largest of the Puglia. The municipal area is characterized by both the low sandy coast of the Gulf of Manfredonia, subject of recent reclamation, both for the mountainous nature of the northern part, included in Gargano National Park. Up to 1930s it had many areas paludose then affected by reclamation of the Siponto countryside; still present, however, is a marshy area called Salso Lake.
HOW TO REACH US
FROM THE NORTH: A14 motorway towards Ancona
FOGGIA tollbooth exit, continue
S.S. 89, exit MANFREDONIA NORD
FROM SOUTH: Autoatrada A14 direction PESCARA
Exit CERIGNOLA EST, continue
S.S. 159 of SALINE, Margherita of Savoy