Here in Abruzzo you will find majestic mountains, green hills filled in olive oil trees which go toward the Adriatic Sea, a sea which was commended also by the “Vate”, the great poet from Abruzzo, Gabriele D’Annunzio.
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A mysterious region which will hold you with the beautiful quietness of its villages, with the welcoming of its people, with its arts and crafts treasures, with its traditional cooking…
The tour: One of the most important artistic centres in the region, it boasts one of the most well preserved religious monuments in Abruzzo: The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta
As well as the Cathedral, the tour includes visits to:
- 13th Century Cloister
- The 'Teatro Comunale'
- St. Agostino's Church
- St. Francesco's Church
- Acquaviva Palace
- St. Chiara's Church
- St. Domenico's Church
Teramo - Castelli - Campli
A city that has always suffered from its geographical location at the borders of the region, The last bastion in the north of the region, once part of the Borbonic kingdom, it has since created it's own unique identity.
Castelli: The town is famous for its ceramics, the prestigious artform which began in the 13th century. Ceramic artwork can be seen in the Ceramic museum and the many workshops, as well as in the church of St. John the Baptist and in the cloister of the ex Franciscan convent.
Campli: Considered a city of Art thanks to the wealth of its architectural monuments. In the ancient hamlet you will find 13th century city walls with the beautiful Angioina gate, the 13th century church of St. John, the church of Santa Maria in Platea, the church of St. Francis, the ex convent, which today hosts the Archaeological museum and the collection of remains from the necropolis of Campovalano, and buildings such as the Casa del Farmacista (Pharmacist's House), the Casa del Medico (Doctor's House) and Palazzo Farnese, home of the local council.
The city centres: Built in 1254, under the orders of Frederick II of Swabia. On the 2nd of August 1294, Pietro del Morrone was elected Pope Celestine V in the Basilica of St Maria di Collemaggio, giving the city the honour of being the second most important city in the Kingdom of Naples.
The tour: The 13th century St. Massimo's Cathedral, the Arcivescovile Palace, The Chruch of Suffragio, St. Bernardino's Basilica, the castle that hosts the National museum of Abruzzo, St. Maria di Paganica's Church, Santa Maria in Platea, the church of St. Silvestro, Piazza Angioina with St. Domenico's Church, The Fountain of the 99 Cannelle and St Maria of Collemaggio's Church..
Dominated by its huge castle, Celano was founded by Pietro da Celano in the fifteenth century and finished by Piccolimini in the sixteenth century. The ancient Baroque church of Carmine with its Roman portal, the Collegiata of Saint John the Baptist and the church of Maria della Valle..
Avezzano: Situated in the centre of the Marsican region, it is an important commercial centre, its growth thanks to the reclamation of Fucino lake. A visit to the town's farming museum in Palazzo Torlonia and then Orsini Castle. We then visit the ruins of Massa d'Albe, uncovered by Alba Fucens in 1949 for a Belgian mission in collaboration with the archaeological supervision of Chieti Town itself.
Tagliacozzo: Small town with a medieval and renaissance past, demonstrated by its various monuments: the Fountain and the Piazza dell'Obelisco (Square of the Obelisk), Palazzo Ducale, the church of St. Francesco, Cosma and Damiano, the small church of Saint. Maria del Soccorso, the Cappellette del Calvario, and the Castle's ruins.
The most Borbonic of Abruzzo's cities, a labyrinth of winding streets, palazzi, town squares, elegant balconies and noble design bring to mind an image of the Capital of the old kingdom, Naples.
Home of 'the culture of beauty', visible throughout the towns streets: it is impossible to indicate one of the marvels to visit without offending the others.
The city is known for the traditional women's costume, still worn today, and for the expert craftsmanship, in both gold and lace.
Parco Nazionale della Majella
The Maiella National Park (Parco Nazionale della Majella, 740.95 km²) is a national park located in the provinces of Chieti, Pescara and L'Aquila, in the region Abruzzo, Italy.
It is centered around the Maiella massif, whose highest peak is Monte Amaro (2,793 m).
The area of the Majella national Park, especially the Montagna della Majella, has been subject to a major international geoscientific research Project, TaskForceMajella from 1998 up to 2005..
A Park is waiting for you with all the warmth, kindness and hospitality of its Abruzzo strong and gentle.
Grotte di Stiffe - San Demetrio ne' Vestini
A small village made up of seven hamlets, full of interesting artistic sites: St. Demetrius' Church, Maria dei Raccomandati, Dragonetti Palace, Ducale Palace. A visit to the beautiful caves of San Demetrio De' Vestini.
Daily sailing excursions
For those who love the sea ecursioni organize sailing daily, in collaboration with the "Sailing Club" of Pescara.