Have you ever tasted home-made pierogi (in the picture), or light and delicious chałka with creamy pate? Join us for a journey through rich flavours of our home country, and take a break from pasta and pizza😉 Tickle your tastebuds and spend a lovely afternoon in great company at our cosy Farmhouse!
Abbateggio celebrates San Martino with its Bacchanalia festa, when members of the community open their cellars of this sweet town for delicious food and Vino Novello served by local wineries.
Arielli’s Vino Novello and chestnut sagra is an opportunity to try sparkly, fruity and fresh new wines from local wineries paired with local dishes and chestnuts to toast Autumn
Roccamontepiano is Abruzzo’s Vino Cotto capital (Cooked Wine) and celebrates this elixir with tastings and demonstrations of how it is made, local dishes a market and dance and music! For those that don’t know about this liqueur, Montepulciano grapes are simmered and then aged in oak caskets. Traditionally, it was the drink used to wet a baby’s head and given as part of the dowry!
Each first Sunday of the month, Abruzzo and Italian state museums and archaeological sites open their doors for free as part of Domenica al Museo. This is a fabulous national wide initiative that allows you to explore and discover the history and treasures of Abruzzo.
Our handy trail of the best places in Abruzzo to grab a slice of pizza (pizza al taglio), which is sold by weight and is Italy’s national ‘fast food’ or to sit back and enjoy a ‘rotondo’ and enjoy the whole plate to yourself!
Red Devils, Spitfires and Partisans
Join the people of Civitella Messer Raimondo as they celebrate the liberation of their town from Nazi Germany, with the help of the Maiella Brigade and Red Devils for a fascinating historical walk through the Maiella National Geo Park
A new archaeological dig by Chieti University will begin in October around Penna Sant’Andrea’s Monte di Giove. The area was home to a necropolis that was used from the 7th to the beginning of the 2nd century BC
Have you ever wondered where the symbol for the humanitarian organisation, The Red Cross came from, did you know of its relationship to Abruzzo?
Tornareccio is the town in Abruzzo that everyone should make a beeline to who loves art, bees and honey. The town has been transformed into an open-air museum and a vibrant centre of contemporary art that pays homage to its status of capital of honey