Situated in the heart of the Gran Sasso mountain group, in a highly panoramic position, the small town still preserve its look of ancient fortified borough of the Middle Ages, when it was an important station along the seasonal migrations of shepherds. The wealth engendered through the sheep trade allowed local gentry to build fine palaces and embellish churches.
The borough rose in the Middle Ages on the site of a previous pre-roman establishment; the name appears for the first tiime in the 13th century, and later it belonged to a number of different aristocratic families as the Acquaviva, Piccolomini and the Medici of Florence.
Bed and Breakfast Casa Tuccella:
enjoy a unique holiday in the heart of the National Park Gran Sasso-Laga, in a cozy environment with all comforts...