Margherita di Savoia
Margherita di Savoia, once known simply as Saline, is a village founded by the salt workers from nearby Barletta. Its salt works are among the largest in Europe: a real natural itinerary winds its way from the white salt mountains to the wetland that extends to the Gulf of Manfredonia, a nature reserve since 1977. They also host a museum that can be visited.
With its extensive coastline, with about a hundred equipped beaches, Margherita di Savoia is one of the most popular tourist resorts in the region, characterized by long beaches of very fine sand, and a thermal city.