Italy’s 2022 climate livability index results are in, and Abruzzo fares quite well out of the 108 Italian cities that participated!
Abruzzo has been awarded 13 Blue Flags for the best of its beaches in 2023! These glorious golden sand beaches stretch along the Adriatic coast through 3 provinces, but also inland in L’Aquila on its lakes!
Penne’s Venerdi Santo (Good Friday) procession is one of the riches of the Easter traditions in Abruzzo and dates back to 1570, the second oldest Good Friday procession in Abruzzo.
Our superb 24-hour guide to Serramonacesca is written by two locals, Jacqui Mathews Price and Cece Camara, who run Kokopelli Camping and the Casa Olivia farmhouse rental and who have lived in the town for over a decade
Our 24-hour guide to Penne is written by local Dianne Drew, who runs the boutique-style b&b and guestroom rental, ‘Terracielo Ramona‘ with incredible terrace vistas of Penne. She is part of the local arts co-operative and can guide you on some of the fantastic artisans to pay a visit to.
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
For those longing to attend a festival in Abruzzo that pulls its enviable food, wine, dance, and community strands together, it’s worth planning a visit to Alanno’s Feste delle Uva, grape festival
We asked our 2 favourite Abruzzesi Italian teachers, Claudia in Pescara and Daniela in L’Aquila the best way to study online and in Abruzzo
The best of Abruzzo by event, sightseeing and food in January from the LifeInAbruzzo group. A positive mix and space of all nationalities that simply love Abruzzo
Here are 24 surprises to do, taste, experience and expect from a holiday to Abruzzo. They were originally created for the 2018 #AbruzzoAdventCalendar on the Facebook Page, we’ll create another for 2019!