The tourist trade is big business in the Fasano area, yet if you travel any time except August, and the bank holidays, everywhere is very quiet.
Midweek, you will always be able to find a beach to yourself and even at weekends there is still plenty of room as the coast has not been concreted over, leaving most of it completely natural.
Eating out as you would expect is a real pleasure and if you avoid the obvious tourist areas you can dine at a reasonable cost. There are virtually no takeaways except for the pizzerias which abound everywhere and serve delicious freshly baked pizzas (and even chips and burgers) at bargain prices.
Every evening, especially Friday and Saturday, the town centres come alive with families out for a stroll and perhaps an ice cream or drink, in the cooler night air. You will find the locals very friendly although most do not speak English and few restaurants have multi language menus, so a phrase book is always handy.
Shopping can be quite difficult if you don't know where the shops are as they tend to be scattered throughout the City, but the ladies will certainly love all the fashion boutiques and don't forget a visit to the Fasano market on Friday mornings which is full of local produce.
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Fasano Tourist Office
- (The Clock Tower)
- Piazza Ignazio Ciaia
- Telephone number; (0039) 080 4394171