This historical fishermen’s village is situated on a rock, safe from flooding, and – in ancient times – from pirates, too. Today, tourists capture the town instead – thousands of them in the summer, many from northern Italy, but also from other parts of Europe. By early September, most of them are gone – except for the chileheads, that is. They’re here for their event of the year, the Festival del Peperoncino .

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