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Anversa Degli Abruzzi | Exploring Anversa degli Abruzzi

Abruzzo is one of Italy’s hidden gems. The region is known for its varied topography where you can find amazing beaches, experience the laid-back mountain life, enjoy numerous adventures, and sample the Italian lifestyle in the city of Pescara. Chieti, L’Aquila, Pescara, and Teramo may be its most popular destinations, but Anversa degli Abruzzi

Top 3 Places to Visit in Guardiagrele

A major gateway to the Abruzzo region, Guardiagrele is a charming little hilltop village best known for its imposing church walls. The Abruzzo enclave is definitely a must when visiting Italy’s Adriatic Coast. It is sandwiched right between the sea and the mountains (the Apennine mountains stand majestically behind, forming the most splendid of

Navelli | Exploring the Medieval Town of Navelli Abruzzo Italy

The ancient hillside village of Navelli in Abruzzo, Italy known for its “Oro Rosso” or (Red Gold) referring to its production of saffron is a great tour destination as opposed to other well-trodden paths in Italy. If you want a more relaxed and laid-back experience of the Italian countryside, Navelli is definitely worth exploring. Along

Castelli, Abruzzo and its Beautiful Ceramics

The Abruzzo region of Italy, a rich, diverse land that flows from the Apennines Mountains peaked with snow in winter to the clear blue Adriatic Sea is a visual treat to visitors. It has three national parks, one regional park, and 38 natural reserves where you can enjoy various activities every season—including skiing, hiking,

Santo Stefano di Sessanio: An Abruzzo Medieval Village Lost in Time

Like many villages in the Abruzzo region of Italy, Santo Stefano di Sessanio too mesmerizes the visitors with its natural beauty, green landscapes and gives a living experience of medieval times. Santo Stefano di Sessanio is a medieval hilltop village in the L’Aquila province of Italy. It lies on the edge of the Campo

Cocullo

Cocullo Cocullo, province of Aquila is a sleepy medieval town around a 50 Minute drive from Abruzzo Villas with a population of a few hundred people but every first Thursday in May, Cocullo comes alive with thousands of tourists to attend one of Italy’s strangest festivals and procession  in honor of Cocullo’s patron Saint Domenico