Abruzzo is a region of ancient hermitages and majestic abbeys with numerous archaeological sites. The Capestrano Warrior, originating from the 6th Century BC, is one of its most famous relics.
Aquila, with its 99 squares, 99 fountains and 99 churches, is the region’s administrative centre. Chieti is a medieval city with an intricate web of narrow streets; Pescara is modern and bustling; T...hover to read more
An exploratory flight over Abruzzo, the "strong and gentle" region of Italy, according to the famous definition of Primo Levi. The mountains of the Gran Sasso National Park, the Adriatic Sea with the ...hover to read more
Abruzzo. A land of mountains, hills, and sea with a rich culinary tradition: from maccheroni alla chitarra to fish stew and Farindola pecorino cheese. Milk drawn by hand and processed still raw and th...hover to read more
The region is famous for its processions. During the Feast of San Domenico, the saint’s statue, covered with snakes captured in the mountains, is carried along the streets of Cocullo. In Fara Filior...hover to read more
In the Abruzzo region of Italy, an ancient tradition is still alive today: pastoralism. This vocation is changing and becoming increasingly modern. The milk and meat of the Abruzzese sheep are used to...hover to read more
Three species host to a series of protected species such as the Marsican brown bear, the wolf, the chamois and the golden eagle. In Abruzzo one can ski while looking at the beach or swim in the sea Ab...hover to read more