Lamparata is an ancient fishing technique carried out at night with a large light mounted on a boat called “Lampara”. This is a fishing experience divided into two phases and represents the rediscovery of an ancient craft and the territory in which it is practiced.
The sea surface is lit in order to attract the fish to the surface. When the fish reach the illuminated area, the fishermen throw the nets so as to surround the fish. Usually the fishery consists mainly of blue fish that will be prepared by the fishermen and eaten on the beach, accompanied by good wine, spaghetti and watermelon. You can also do a night bath.