Melendugno, between the sea and its historic centres, just a few kilometres of land, as if to separate them without ever succeeding. In the heart of its identity are the marinas of San Foca, Torre dell'Orso, Roca Vecchia and Torre Sant'Andrea, places of great historical and natural beauty, amid dunes, pine forests, stacks and white sandy beaches, and the small hamlet of Borgagne. The sea here is splendid, a sea that throughout history has meant contamination, danger, culture and traditions that still define its identity today. Melendugno with Borgagne is both sea and land, and their historic centres tell of the medieval past in the typical courtyard houses, while the agricultural past is preserved in the numerous underground oil mills, a sign that the link with agriculture and its production has always been intense and flourishing. Strolling through the sunny streets, the Palazzo Baronale D'Amely, the Peraroli Castle in Borgagne, the Clock Tower and the numerous churches are definitely worth seeing.