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Unspoilt Nature and World-Class Wine

From the Apennines to the Adriatic, unspoilt nature is what the Abruzzo is all about. Between hilltop towns and sandy beaches are swathes of rolling countryside and magnificent mountains.

The capital L’Aquila is being rebuilt following the earthquake that sadly left a devastating mark. This city and the medieval hill town Teramo sit in the foothills of the Gran Sasso National Park. This fantastic park is home to a rare antelope, wolves and wild boar, the latter of which can be found alongside brown bears in the Abruzzo National Park further south.

Most Abruzzo National Park hotels and one of the 5-star Abruzzo hotels are in Pescasseroli, a top ski resort. Roccaraso is also popular for skiing. To the north, Sulmona gave birth to Ovid and ‘confetti’, sugared almonds that Italians present as gifts. Its largest square Piazza Garibaldi hosts several events.

To the north-east is Chieti, a lovely hilltop town with an archaeological museum detailing the region’s rich history. Its closest resort is Pescara, whose long, sandy beach is only interrupted by its large port. Another popular beach is at Vasto, just north of the Molise border.

Whether you choose one of the Abruzzo hotels, apartments or B&Bs on, you won’t be far from a vineyard producing the region’s famous Montepulciano d’Abruzzo wine.

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