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The big Gran Sasso massive accomodate the Abruzzo religious tourist destination more visited, the Sanctuary of Isola Del Gran Sasso. It is consecrated to San Gabriele dell’Addolorata (Saint Gabriel of the Sorrowful Virgin) and it guards the saint sepulchre.
Near Isola Del Gran Sasso there is L’Aquila, the Abruzzo chief town. It has the Basilica of Collemaggio and Basilica of San Bernardino, the famous fountain of “99 cannelle” (99 cinnamons) and good restaurants, so, will be well to grant a good dinner. Then accommodation in hotel in Pescara.

Near Sulmona there is Sant’Onofrio Eremo, the first shelter of Pietro Angeleri, elect Pope in 1294 as Celestino V. We head towards Roccamorice where there are San Bartolomeo and San Giovanni Eremi. After lunch, we move in Caramanico Terme, a small thermal town, to have supper and taste typical dishes. Return in hotel in the evening.

Pescara is a modern city, situated on the coast, and it is the biggest city agglomerate of Abruzzo. It has a modern airport, a tourist port, a new railway station built with modern technique. In Pescara centre there are: “La Nave” a Cascella art work and the most famous ways are Corso Umberto I and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II for their shops, while in Pescara Vecchia there is Corso Manthonè known for pubs, American bar, discos and restaurants where you can have dinner. After you need a relaxing walk in Corso Manthonè so then you can go to sleep.

You can move in Montesilvano, a small sea town near Pescara. It is young and beatiful thanks to the coast and the “Grandi Alberghi” area on the beach where we have our last lunch. Near this tourist area rises an entertainment center called Warner Village where you can have a beatiful walk.

The Abruzzo is a wide territory that possess also splendid rich medioeval villages of works of art of great value and popular traditions, let alone castles, abbeys, towers, that still they can be appreciated in the Abruzzo region and that of it they characterize the landscape. The territory is a perfect union between the alpine and Mediterranean world. Near the coast we can see the impact of the two most high and characteristic massive of the Appennino (Gran Sasso and Maiella). The Abruzzo landscape still intact conserve the aspect assumed in the course of the Middle Ages and that, today.
Abruzzo is a region of Italy bordering Marche to the north, Lazio to the west and south-west, Molise to the south-east and the Adriatic Sea to the east. Until 1963 it was part of the Abruzzi e Molise region (with Molise). The term Abruzzi is an obsolete plural denomination from a time when the Bourbons administered the territory as "Closer Abruzzo" (Abruzzo Citeriore) and "Further Abruzzo" (Abruzzo Ulteriore).

The regional capital is L'Aquila. The region is divided into four provinces: L'Aquila (the largest), Teramo, Chieti (the most populous) and Pescara, Abruzzo's main economic centre. The four provinces are further divided into 305 municipalities. Abruzzo has a population of around 1.3 million.

The region covers 10,794 km² almost two-thirds of which is mountainous. The remainder of the land consists of hills sloping to a narrow plain that runs for most of the 129 kilometre long Adriatic coastline. The Apennine mountain chain runs through the Abruzzo and high points are Corno Grande (Gran Sasso massif) (2914m) and Monte Amaro (Maiella-group) (2795m). The main rivers are the Aterno-Pescara, the Sangro and the Tronto.

Many people contend that the region is rich in natural beauties and history, but is only just starting to be discovered by mass tourism. Abruzzo's wealth of castles and medieval towns, especially near the town of L'Aquila has earned it in some quarters the nickname of "Abruzzoshire", by analogy with the "Chiantishire" nickname sometimes used to refer to the Chianti area of Tuscany.

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