14 Blue Flags for Puglia’s Beaches

The International Blue Flag Jury has just announced its 2010 Blue Flag awards for beaches in Europe, Morocco, Tunisia and Canada. The International Jury awarded the Blue Flag to 2,884 beaches and 627 marinas in 33 countries. The Blue Flag award is based on environmental education and information; water quality; environmental management; and safety and services. The Blue Flag is awarded only for one season at a time.
The new list includes 14 beaches in Puglia:
Castellaneta ‒ Castellaneta Marina
Castro ‒ Grotta Zinzulusa
Castro ‒ La Sorgente
Ginosa ‒ Lido
Ostuni ‒ Camerini Creta Rossa
Ostuni ‒ Costa Merlata Torre Pozzelle
Ostuni ‒ Lido Morelli Rosa Marina
Polignano a Mare ‒ Cala Fetente
Polignano a Mare ‒ Cala San Giovanni
Rodi Garganico ‒ Spiaggia di Levante
Rodi Garganico ‒ Spiaggia di Ponente
Salve ‒ Marina di Pescoluse
Salve ‒ Posto Vecchio
Salve ‒ Torre Pali
For more information, see http://www.blueflag.org/.

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