Majella National Park

Majella National Park

The Majella National Park is one of three national parks of Abruzzo between the provinces of L’Aquila, Pescara and Chieti. Sixty peaks, thirty of which are over 2000 meters: after the Gran Sasso, the Majella has the second highest peak in the Apennine with Mount Amaro, that is 2793 meters tall. The park is the … Read more Majella National Park


The province of Pescara stretches from the Adriatic coast to the peaks of the massive central Apennine. There are two areas: the inner area, mountainous, formed by the Apennine Mountains and the outside area, coastal-hilly, where prevail hills sloping towards the sea, floodplains and beaches. The inside is also characterized by the presence of numerous … Read more Pescara

What to do and see in Pescara

Pescara, capital of the province, is a seaside town. Despite its origins dating back to Roman times, many monuments have been rebuilt after the bombing of World War II. Among the main monuments, the birthplace of Gabriele D’Annunzio, one of the, if not the most important literary and political figures in Italy of which we … Read more What to do and see in Pescara

What to drink and eat in Pescara

The culinary tradition of Pescara is linked to the typical flavors of a generous land. Among the products of the land in particular there is a wide variety of mushrooms, the black winter truffle and black truffle or Scorzone. Excellent sheep and goat cheese, sweet and spicy, among other cheeses there are: the “puntato”, like … Read more What to drink and eat in Pescara

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