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Itineraries in Abruzzo

Abruzzo in Italy In the middle of the Italian peninsula with a coastline of over 160 Km, Abruzzo comprises four provinces of L'Aquila, Chieti, Pescara and Teramo and is well connected with highways to Rome, Bologna and Bari.
The many accommodation facilities offer great service and the genuine traditional cooking. The landscape includes the best of both worlds, mountains and sea: the highest peaks of the Apennines, national and regional parks, wide sandy beaches, archeological sites, museums, churches and castles, lively entertainment and shopping centers.

Itineraries in Other Regions

Abruzzo | Aosta Valley | Lazio | Marche | Tuscany | Umbria | [other regions in preparation]

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Suggested Itineraries

  • Atri: "On the top of a 3-pointed hill hovering on the Adriatic with the majestic Gran Sasso in the background, in a key position above the Val Vomano..."
  • Castelli: "This small village, rising on a rock dominated by Mount Camicia between the rivers Rio and Leomogna, is a favourite destinations for tourists and art lovers..."
  • Civitella del Tronto: "The medieval borough is dominated by the Fortress, the northernmost Bourbon citadel in Italy..."
  • Gran Sasso d'Italia: "The spectacular Gran Sasso mountains, the highest of the Apennine peaks, and the Campo Imperatore, a vast, high mountain plateau sometimes called Italy's "little Tibet"..."
  • L'Aquila: "L'Aquila and many of the surrounding villages were terribly damaged by a ruinous earthquake, the strongest ever in the area since 1703..."
  • Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise
  • Pescara: "Pescara is situated on the Adriatic coast at the mouth of the valley of the river of the same name..."
  • Pescocostanzo: "A great tourist destination both in summer and winter, Pescocostanzo can fulfill the needs of lovers of nature, art, traditions..."
  • Rocca di Calascio: "In a wonderful position just below the renowned citadel called La Rocca, one of the most interesting in Italy for its structure ..."
  • Santo Stefano di Sessanio
  • Scanno: "Between the Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo and the upper Sagittario valley, Scanno is surrounded by a rugged, peculiar landscape..."
  • Sulmona: "Sulmona is at the foot of the Maiella massif, where today the river Vella flows into the Gizio and in pre-historic times a wide lake existed..."