Where to Beach it – Blue Flag Beaches Abruzzo 2011

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The Blue Flag Programme published its list of 14 Abruzzo beaches that received its 2011 recommended Blue Flag Status.

Martinsicuro,  Teramo 64014  | Alba Adriatica,  Teramo 64011 | Tortoreto Lido,  Teramo 64018 | Giulianova Lido,  Teramo 64021 | Roseto degli Abruzzi,  Teramo 64026 | Pineto,  Teramo 64025 | Silvi Marina,  Teramo 64028 |
Scanno Lago,  L’Aquila 67038  | Rocca San Giovanni Spiagge, Chieti  |  Fossacesia,  Chieti 66022 | Ortona Chieti 66026 | Marina di san San Vito Chieti 66038  | Marina di San Salvo,  Chieti  66050  | Vasto Chieti 66054 | Marina di san San Vito, Chieti 66038

Amongst the criteria that beaches are judged upon is water quality, environmental education and information, environmental management, and safety and other services.  All of these beaches listed have a free designated area, but be warned free generally means no access to parasols and sunbeds and if you are travelling to Abruzzo via a lo-cost airline like Ryanair it will be difficult to carry one from home…

If your holiday accommodation provider can’t share an umbrella to take to the beach I’d pay the €10-12 per day for an umbrella, & 2 sunbeds to counter sunburn – it gets reaaaaaaaaaaaal hot here in the summer and you’ll need shade if on the beach between 12-3, here’s a post that tells you about sunbed decorum with the bagnino who allots them.

Sam Dunham
Author: Sam Dunham

Sam is a very lucky midlife 'mamma' to A who is 12 and juggles her work as a self-employed freelance SEO food and travel copywriter and EFL teacher. She is the founder of the Life In Abruzzo Cultural Association, co-founder of Let's Blog Abruzzo. she is the founder of the 'English in the Woods' initiative, teaching English outdoors in a forest style school.


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