A quiet village with many retaurants which aren't pricey. There is a market there once a week. The tourist bureau organises daily trips to various villages which leave at 08h15 and return at 18h00 all for the princely sum of 3 euros. Lunch is optional at 14 euros. There are also evening wine tasting trips on Tuesdays and Thursdays which cost a bit more. Tour guides speak English which is a bonus.
We don't speak any Italian but found that the we could make ourselves understood.
There are several large shopping centres nearby which are also fairly reasonable.
One thing, remember to take cash with you as credit/debit cards are not always taken.
There are very few English tourists there which is always sometimes a good thing, and the weather is simply superb. The sandy beach is long and enjoyable and in the evenings a tractor drawn bus takes you to the village of Villa Rosa.