The promenade of Barletta divided into the West and East coasts, separating the two long stretches of fine sand, is leading to the Port of Barletta. The latter bordered by two asymmetrical piers, is one of the most appreciated of the Adriatic Sea for basin width and safety. The beach of Levante, shorter than the one to the west, offers a few stretches of free beach in favour of numerous accommodation facilities. The one of Ponente, on the other hand, whose coast has now been dedicated to fellow citizen Mr. Pietro Paolo Mennea, has long stretches of public beach, which are alternated by a few private ones.

The coast offers many activities for tourists. In fact, visitors can enjoy several facilities to which they can turn to for sports, such as surfing, fishing, kitesurfing and diving.

Ideal for families with children, both beaches of Barletta aren’t less fun in the evening. Indeed, the beaches are transformed into open-air discos, appreciated and frequented by young people from nearby cities such as Andria, Margherita di Savoia and San Ferdinando.

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