Your holidays in Abruzzo: all you need to know for your next stay

Stretching from the high peaks of Gran Sasso, the most impressive massif of the Apennines, to the superb white beaches of the coastline, Abruzzo, although mainly mountainous, has a rich diversity of landscapes. Its outstanding natural beauties, which are safeguarded by proper laws of environmental protection, are the region's main attraction.

Gathering three National Parks - Abruzzo, Latium and Molise National Park, Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park and Majella National Park - and numerous natural reserves, Abruzzo abounds in charming landscapes which provide a rich habitat for plant and animal life, such as the rare Marsican Brown Bear.

The lovers of nature flocking to the region to spend pleasant seaside holidays here will have the opportunity to enjoy superb coastal views from its narrow charming beaches. Pescara, a lively and dynamic tourist centre, Roseto degli Abruzzi and Giulianova are privileged holiday destinations for the lovers of both sea and beach. Modern infrastructures and a crystal-clear, clean sea are the key to the success of local seaside resorts.

Not to be missed are the charming cities the region cherishes: L'Aquila, the outstanding regional capital and seat of an important university, which is fully surrounded by the Apennines; Chieti and its rich National Archaeological Museum, Teramo, Sulmona, Atri and the small medieval villages which gaze across the hinterland from the top of steep mountains and sweet hills and cherish a historic-artistic heritage of great value.
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