Abruzzo has been awarded 13 Blue Flags for the best of its beaches in 2022! These glorious golden sand beaches stretch along the Adriatic coast through 3 provinces, but also inland in L’Aquila on its lakes!
Enjoy our 24 hr guide to Pescara written by local photographer and food writer Allegra Pomilio. For many Pescara is their first place of arrival, they land at its airport, flying in over its beaches and what looks like a crest or giant ripple but is just its cycle and footbridge, the Ponte del Mare
Our 24-hour guide to the beach town of Silvi Marina and its hillside sister, Silvi Paese is written by Serena Mariani, creator of Pasquale’s Peppers whose peperoncini you may have spotted on our marketplace.
Local Pia Simone shares her list of magical guide of things to see and do when in the seaside town of Fossacesia (CH).
Something that it doesn’t do a lot of in the summer in Abruzzo is rain; at the moment up here in Teramo province it’s tinder dry and fires have broken out
“What can I do with my children in Abruzzo?” We consulted some of our Abruzzo-bound, child-clad friends for their recommendations
Abruzzo’s coastal resorts are worth exploring in springtime; they’re less crowded and the weather is perfect for walking We asked Fossacesia resident, Pia De Simone to describe what to expect from the home of our favourite abbey at sunset San Giovanni in Venere.
Ain’t no doubt about it, Teramo province’s sandy beaches especially Roseto degli Abruzzi put the Abruzzo tourist traps of further south to shame