Abruzzo is a political region of central Italy, with capital L’Aquila.
Our region, even if located in the geographical center of the peninsula, can be placed among the regions of southern Italy.
This is essentially due to its contiguity under the historical, linguistic and cultural profile of the southern regions of mainland Italy, with which it formed a unitary administrative unit for centuries under the aegis first of the Norman, then Swabian, Angevin, Aragonese crowns , Habsburg and finally Bourbon, until the annexation of the kingdom of the Two Sicilies to the Kingdom of Italy. It occupies an area of 10,798 square km and has a population of 1,337,173 inhabitants.
It is divided into four provinces: L’Aquila, Pescara, Chieti, Teramo. It borders the Marches to the north, it is bordered by the Adriatic Sea to the east, Lazio to the west and Molise to the south.
The region appears to be predominantly mountainous (65%) and for the remainder made up mostly of hills. In the region there are the highest peaks of the Apennines with the Gran Sasso d’Italia (Corno Grande, 2912 a.s.l.), the Maiella massif, the Monti della Laga on the border with Lazio and Marche, the Sirente-Velino group, the mountains of the Abruzzo National Park and the Monti Simbruini in common with Lazio. The plain consists of a narrow coastal strip that follows the coast.
From a naturalistic point of view, it presents rare species of flora and fauna, such as the Marsican brown bear, the European otter, the Apennine wolf and the Abruzzo chamois. The following parks are present in the Abruzzo region: Abruzzo National Park, Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park, Maiella National Park, Sirente-Velino regional park, regional reserves including the San Venanzio gorges regional nature reserve in territory of the Municipality of Raiano and the Regional Nature Reserve of the Calanchi di Atri. These Parks qualify our region, so much so that Abruzzo has acquired the title of green region of Europe.
The territory of the province of Teramo, of which Giulianova is part, extends from the Adriatic to the Gran Sasso. On the border with the Marches, the Teramo coast extends south for a total of about 45 km which winds through wide and low golden sandy beaches, with gently sloping seabeds. A very wide and well-kept seafront, characterized by suggestive illuminated pedestrian avenues that are popular until late in the evening. Convenient cycle paths that seamlessly connect the towns of the Riviera. All this combined with the variety of modern bathing establishments, delicious restaurants and chalets that turn into wild open-air discos at night. Lidos equipped with every comfort, organized in the best possible way with spaces for all types of sports and activities, where enjoying the sea becomes a real “pleasure of the senses”. Sea, relaxation, an Acquapark but also many opportunities for free time in the Teramo hinterland rich in nature, culture and art: excursions to the charming hilltop villages, visits to parks and natural oases in the area. These are the characteristics that qualify our splendid Riviera, whose localities have been constantly rewarded for over a decade with the prestigious recognition of the European Blue Flag.
From the North South there are seven Municipalities that cross the entire coastal axis: Martinsicuro, Alba Adriatica, Tortoreto, Giulianova, Roseto degli Abruzzi, Pineto and Silvi. Better known as the “seven sisters” of the Adriatic Riviera, together they constitute one of the most important seaside and cultural attractions in Abruzzo. Choosing Abruzzo for your holidays means immersing yourself in a region where nature is still the main attraction.
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