Situated in central Italy, Abruzzo extends from the heart of the Apennine to the Adriatic Sea, on a predominantly mountainous and wilderness.
In the high mountain, among unspoilt peaks and rocky walls, there are tourist resorts and ski areas and ski resorts such as Pescasseroli, Rivisondoli and Roccaraso.
The natural scenery of the high and impassed peaks of the Gran Sasso, the Laga and Majella Mountains then draws to a large hilly system, finally reaching the Adriatic coast.
The route from Gran Sasso to the sea crosses territories rich in history, traditions and artistic testimonies that never cease to surprise the visitors.
Between the mountains and the hills, there are narrow valleys, natural history trails, including the scenic and evocative Valle dell’Aterno, dotted with ancient villages.
There are numerous natural reserves such as the Abruzzo National Park, the Gran Sasso Park and the Laga Mountains or Majella Mountains, which provide protection for plant and animal species typical of the area, such as the eagle, the wolf and the l Marsican Bear.
The Abruzzo coastline is characterized by long sandy sandy beaches in the northern part, while the pebble beaches prevail in the south.
The small villages of the hinterland, the monasteries, the castles of the region, which make up many different tours of the greenest region of Italy are fascinating.
The provinces are: L’Aquila (capital), Pescara, Teramo, Chieti.