Foggia is situated between Gargano and Subappennino, known for the Tavoliere of the Puglie, the most large plain of the Italy where is cultivated hard grain, cotton, tobacco, fruit and wine. The places to visit are the Cattedrale, building of XII century, Palazzo ARPI with the museum and the pinacoteca, main street Vittoriro Emanuele where there is the theatre Giordano and the square Giordano on which is appeared the church of Jesus and Maria, square Cavour with its nineteenth-century buldings. Rich of the festival tradition: the falò in honor of San Mattia, the parties in honor of Santissima Maria of the Olmitello, of Sant'Antonio from Padova, of Madonna of Carmine, the festival of the orecchiette, the historical recalling in medival customs an the "race of the oxen" to Chianti. In the province to visit: Manfredonia with its churches, palaces, castels and the schools of the teachers of hatchet, that is the skilled carpenter in the construction of the boats; Mattinata, characterized from the clear sea, from the olivegroves, from the hill pastures and from the forests; Peschici, situated in strategic postitionon the sea of Gargano Between Rodi and Vieste, this last is delimited from two long sandy beaches, while the historical center is divided between nineteenth-century modern constructions. The cooking offers the "troccoli", maccheroni, maccheroni made to hand, the "strascinati" big orecchiette witn the tops of turnip, the "pancotto foggiano" soup of vegetables and potatoes, the baked lamb and damp with the asparagi, sausages, hams and cheeses.