San Foca is a tourist destination on the Adriatic coast of Salento, at 15 km north of Otranto and interposed between Roca and Torre Specchia. The tourist town by the sea, offers a summer holiday full of comfort for the satisfaction of conflicting requirements, being provided with different scenarios, which are appreciated by various types of residents.
Beach lovers find in San Foca very long and wonderful sandy stretches. Cliff lovers and fishermen, have access to some islets and rocky banks, especially one which can be reached both swimming and by raft / boat. In the inlet to the north there are some rocks. It has a small port, just rebuilt, for docking of private boats and buying your fresh fish in the morning. The promenade of San Foca, large, beautiful and in excellent state allows long walks in the moonlight.
In San Foca, there are some typical restaurants, most of which are addressed in the cuisine of seafood, but one, Il Vagabondo, is specialised in cuisine based on our local meat. It is also possible to taste dishes such as sea urchins and shellfish, into two kiosks, near the coast (for example ‘Captain Morgan’). Many premises, different types, distributed in the town, or adjacent to it, clubs like the “Mediterraneo” (techno-house music), the “Koiba” (commercial music), the “Mamanera” (which constantly organises Reggae music evenings ), pubs and disco-pub. Crystal clear sea due to the currents and winds. So San Foca is a town that embraces an important stretch of coastline, divided by two beaches (not the only one but certainly the most important), on either side the port: Brigantini beach and beach degli Aranci (‘Marangi’ in Salento dialect) and the clear sea, reflecting the rays of the sun, especially at dawn.