Rodi Garganico

Rodi Garganico (; locally Roud' or Rur' ) is an Italian town of 3,681 inhabitants, in the province of Foggia (Apulia). It forms part of Gargano National Park and Mountain Community of Gargano.

It is an important center for the production of citrus fruits such us Arance del Gargano (Gargano Oranges) and Lemon "Femminiello" of Gargano, both DOP products), produced since the Middle Age

As seaside resort, it has received for 12 years the Blue Flag awards dalla Foundation for Environmental Education. In 2012 it won three sails of Goletta Verde by Legambiente.

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