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Choosing to do the holidays in Abruzzo, in the villages or in the hotels, for a summer or winter holiday, is an excellent idea for those who prefer a low cost holiday, and this is certainly one of the reasons why it is chosen by many tourists Italian and European.
Abruzzo is a region located in central and southern Italy and its territory extends from the central Apennines to the Adriatic Sea, a generous and extensively varied territory, which manages to combine rugged mountains, gentle valleys and long golden beaches. A region that offers visitors a wide variety of options for their holidays.
The entire region is bathed by the Adriatic Sea and along the coast there are the main tourist structures, villages and hotels, able to provide a reception service of the highest quality.
Cities such as Vasto, Francavalla al Mare, Montesilvano, Silvi Marina, Pineto are the perfect destination for your holidays in Abruzzo if you are looking for sea, sun, relaxation and fun. Each waterfront has private beaches equipped to perfection and meet the needs of every type of tourist.The coast of Abruzzo is made of fine sand and the sea becomes deep only after many meters from the coast and this very convenient for families with small children.
Pescara deserves a separate mention. Like the other cities, it is located along the Abruzzo coast, but it is considerably larger and is set up as an all-round tourist town. Visiting the city is an unmissable experience and it is said that the appropriate period must necessarily be summer. Throughout the year there are numerous events taking place in the city: Pescara is, in fact, a lively neuralgic and cultural center of the whole area.
The city is inextricably linked to Gabriele D'Annunzio born in the historic center, in Corso Manthoné, in a building that has now become a museum that can be visited. This city has at least three souls: a tourist, a culture and a modern one as evidenced by the various architectural works, with a strong modern attitude, such as the Ponte del Mare and the Ponte Flaiano.
Most of Abruzzo is composed of mountains and here is one of the highest mountains in Italy: the Gran Sasso. The entire territory is divided into several national parks, which protect the landscapes, flora and fauna of this marvelous region.
The National Park of Abruzzo and the Majella National Park are, from April to November, a destination for many hiking and trekking enthusiasts and, during the rest of the year, a destination for winter sports lovers. Abruzzo is the region, along the central Apennines, where it is possible to find the highest number of ski resorts.
The most famous are certainly Roccaraso and Rivisondoli, always considered the birthplace of parthenopean winter tourism. The area boasts the most elegant and equipped stations of Abruzzo, which meet in the Alto Sangro Ski Area, offering tourists over 100 km of slopes. The main ski lifts are located on Monte Aremogna, Monte Pratello and Monte Pizzalto and right along the slopes of these mountains there are numerous hotels.
Another point of great skiing interest is immersed in the wonderful Majella National Park. Skiing in this area means experiencing the unique thrill of descending to the valley, on skis or on snowbord boards, enjoying a breathtaking sea view. There are very few mountains that allow you to experience emotions like this.
If Roccaraso and Rivisondoli are the point of reference for Neapolitan tourists, Ovindoli, a precious village born on the slopes of Mount Magnola, is for skiers coming from the capital. The slopes here, are varied and fun, some suitable for more experienced skiers, as in the case of the Pistone, which allows you to cover 540 meters of uninterrupted vertical drop. The area is very popular with table lovers because of the two snow parks, the Magnola Upper - Park and the Lower - Park. The latter also includes a night lighting (much appreciated by young tourists).
Регион, а также отличное натуралистическое наследие могут похвастаться уважаемой кухней и винной культурой, которая помогла заполнить грудь Абруццо гордостью и сделала регион знаменитым во всей Италии.
Шашлыки, связанные с пасторской традицией Абруццо, рождаются на склонах гор. Известные шампуры мяса овец, как гласит легенда, были изобретены в начале двадцатого века двумя пастухами. Чтобы не тратить мясо в результате резки животных, они уменьшали мясо на очень мелкие кусочки и использовали деревянные палочки для его приготовления. Бедное, нуждающееся блюдо, которое теперь стало культовой пищей.
Сулмона, с другой стороны, является родиной конфет. В отличие от шашлыков, сладости не рождаются в Абруццо, но это, где они становятся известными. Прогуляйтесь по улицам центра и посмотрите, как прекрасна вся туристическая экономика страны вокруг конфет.