We are in the hearth of Italy, halfway between the North and the South, the sea and the mountains, in a place where these elements merge into tradition and art.
This area, allow you to follow cultural and naturalistic itineraries that lead to the discovering of our territory’s treasures, unique and inimitable architectural jewels.
Teramo, county seat of its Province, has ancient roots. You have to visit the main monuments, symbols of the city, the Cathedral and the Roman Theatre. Just out of the walls, rises the ancient Sanctuary devoted to the Madonna delle Grazie.
Giulianova has a historical center really beautiful with the Renaissance Dome of Saint Flaviano, that from the top overlooks all the city and the evocative Sanctuary of the Madonna dello Splendore, a place of popular worship. Do not miss the Civic Gallery “Vincenzo Bindi” with its 5000 books and more than 400 works by Abruzzesi and Neapolitan painters, the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Art of the Splendore (MAS). Giulianova offers a long strand, a clean sea, touristic attractions perfect for families. Do not miss the villages of Montone ( Saracen Towers and sarcophagus of the Medieval warlord Bucciarello da Montone) and Mosciano Sant’Angelo, also known as the “City of the Towers” due to the presence of important Medieval forts. We also suggest a night visit to the Astronomical Observatory of Colle Leone.
Atri was one of the most famous city of the ancient world and it was beloved by the Romans. To be visited, the Cathedral of the Assunta ( 1285) and the Ducal Palace ( 1300).
Campli: to be visited the Saint Mary in Platea Cathedral ( 1300), the Parliament Palace that now hosts the Town Hall and the Holy Stair.
Civitella del Tronto: among the most beautiful villages in Italy, is castled on an enchanting hill and it is proud to have the Fortress, a Bourbon fort that was the last to fall in March 1861.
Saint Gabriel of the Addolorata: is at the feet of the Gran Sasso mountain and it includes the monastery, that hosts the seat of the Passionisti, where in 1862 Saint Gabriel died; the ancient Church and the new Church by the 1970, made with glass and steel.
The Gran Sasso and Laga Mountains National Park is one of the most extended and precious protected areas in Europe. Here the nature is really rich in forests, sources, falls, pastures, uplands, dizzying peaks and impressive rock faces, that are an important resource, to protect and value.
By very ancient roots, Pietracamela has a wonderful historical center that has allowed it to be awarded as “Village of the Year” in 2007; at about 3 km far from the beech woods of the Aschiero and the mandorle, there is Prati di Tivo, famous winter ski resort on the Gran Sasso. At an altitude of about 1450 meters, Prati di Tivo is one of the most appreciated resorts by tourists and skiers. Excellent is its accommodation capacity, good the ski lift network that leads on the 6 km of downhill and cross-country skiing tracks.
The brand new cablecar, furthermore, leads to the statue of the “Madonnina”, at an altitude of about 2000 meters. From there start itineraries that lead, among the others, to the top of the Gran Sasso ( 2655 meters).
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Personell and owers (thanks for all the support with food, clening, room service...and friendly chat) are really kind and hotel is really first class. In summary if you need a place for wedding party (or simply party) that's the place.