Green lung of Italy full of hamlets, tradition and folklore

Gli hotel consigliati in Abruzzo

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€ 64

Located directly on a private and sandy beach, the Serena Majestic is 1 km far from the center of Montesilvano and 7 km from Pescara and its airport, in Abruzzo, the Italian region of natural parks ...

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€ 140

The Serena Majestic is a four-star residence located directly on the beach, 1 km from the center of Montesilvano and 7 km from Pescara, in a region full of villages, historic national parks and many ...

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€ 57

The Club Esse Mediterraneo is located on the seafront, in Montesilvano, Abruzzo, a short distance from Pescara and the most visited places in the Abruzzo hinterland. Ideal for families with children, ...

We are in Prati di Tivo in the Gran Sasso National Park in Abruzzo where you can live unforgettable experiences, fantastic excursions, trekking for every need, ski slopes and at the table it's always ...

Very panoramic in Silvi in ​​the province of Teramo in Abruzzo. It offers Bungalows from 15m² to 56m² up to a maximum of 6 people. Entertainment, mini club, private beach and sports fields

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Abruzzo: cosa vedere

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Abruzzo is a region located in middle Italy and characterized by mountains (like the Gran Sasso), hills, valleys and shores on the Adriatic sea. There are many natural reserves like the National Park of Abruzzo, the Majella Park and the Gran Sasso Park where the golden eagle, wolves and bears live. Its valleys are full of ancient hamlets and towns where traditional festivals and events are organized; here it is possible to visit monasteries and extremely interesting castles. L'Aquila, the regional county seat, has a rich artistic patrimony: the Basilica di San Bernardino, the Castle of Celano, the Basilica di Santa Maria di Collemaggio and the fountain of the 99 faucets, embellished with 99 stone masks. Its coastline is characterized by long sandy shores like those of Pescara, Tortoreto, Giulianova, Silvi Marina, Roseto, Ortona, Vasto and San Salvo.

Abruzzo offers various types of holidays to its visitors: in the apennine area it is possible to practice winter sports like skiing, snowboarding and snow rafting (Roccaraso, Pescasseroli and Rivisondoli); the nature lovers can take long excursions by foot or by bike and visit the protected areas; on the coastline the tourists can relax and have fun practicing water sports like sailing, canoeing, fishing and windsurfing.

This region has a rich gastronomic tradition and each province has its own specialties. Among the typical regional dishes there are square-cut egg spaghetti, scrippelle (typical of Teramo), and fish-based dishes like the "scapece" in the coastal area. Wine lovers can enjoy a tour through the olive groves and vineyards tasting excellent wines, oils and dairy products.