- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Althea Village Vieste
Travel Blogs from Vieste
... steep winding roads with spectacular views of white cliffs, sandy beaches, sea
arches and turquoise sea. We finally dropped down to Vieste and after a minor
diversion along a very narrow street through the old town, we found the
Tuesday 19th May
We had a quiet day today, did a
bit of laundry and a bit of cleaning before heading out to explore Vieste and
We are now on board a 26 hour ferry to Athens. It is a very big ship but there is less to do on it than the Interislander. We have just been chilling out in our rooms and playing Uno up on deck with some others from our group. We aren't due to dock until 2pm tomorrow so it's going to be a ...
... so we have a new Captain to meet tonight. Rafael continues to be concerned about Max's health. "Can I get anything for you ma'am?" She thinks he is a sweetheart. Whilst Max read I ventured back to the blackjack tables and decided to give back my winnings of yesterday. Still good fun though. Dinner was wonderful. Tomorrow we will be in ...
... over the ocean that we could make out in the distance (20 miles away?). The morning was cool and the skies started off rather grey. We checked in at the basilica and found Padre Pio’s tomb where we spent about 45 minutes in silence, bathing in peace and tranquility. After we left we found out there would be mass within the hour so we explored a bit and returned for mass. I am amazed at how much Italian ...
... On the way north I was able to slowly embrace this culture, even throwing a few typical Italian hand-out-the-window-with-fingers-in-mam ma-mia-mode -in-disgrace waves along the way.
Making it north toward Rome we made a very out of the way scenic loop of the East coast of Italy to once again visit a beach. Another theme of this year has been going extraordinary passages to sit by ...