The Bed and Breakfast Il Sambuco is a large and bright structure, located in the immediate vicinity of large wooded areas; for this reason, it is recommended not only for those who want to visit the Monti Dauni and Capitanata, but also for those who want to spend a holiday in complete tranquillity, feeling like at home.
Accadia is located at 650 meters a. s. l. and is among the highest villages in Apulia and includes in its territory the peak of Monte Crispignano, 1.105 m. high and Monye Tre Titoli (1.030 m).
Customer satisfaction is the main goal of the owner of this B&B, always attentive to the needs of their guests.
Il Sambuco has a reserved parking space and a bar-restaurant and offers the possibility to make excursions on foot or by bike.
The Bed and Breakfast Il Sambuco offers single, double and even triple rooms with heating and wardrobe.
Accadia is one of the most characteristic villages of the Daunia and has very old origins, testified by its typical stone houses carved into the rock, still perfectly preserved in Rione Fossi.
Place of worship in ancient Roman time and later medieval fortress, today the area is the most authentic example of that civilization from which originated the current community. Here is the Mother Church of San Pietro e Paolo, dating from 1098, oldest example of religious architecture of the village.
The artistic and architectural heritage of the village of Accadia is characterized by the nineteenth-century Monumental Fountain, flanked by the Clock Tower and dominated by the Sanctuary of the Madonna del Carmine, perched on top of Monte Crispignano, where, according to tradition, the Virgin appeared to a shepherd in the cleft in a rock. Near Piazza Dell'Orologio, since 1999, is also the Civic Museum.
To characterize the territory is not only the rich cultural and historic heritage, but also the many green areas, such as Bosco Paduli, covered by oak trees, where flow different sources of fresh water.