Gamberale, a mountain village in the province of Chieti at 1347 m asl, is located between the rocky spurs of Mount Sant'Antonio, to the left of the Sangro river, in a very beautiful natural setting, which makes it unique and fascinating. Its territory is extended 15.57 Kmq between woods, pastures and uncultivated areas. The origins of the town date back to the early Middle Ages, but the first historically certain information dates back to the 12th century. In the fifteenth century it was the domain of the family of Anichino, in the eighteenth century there were the Mascitelli di Atessa. Of the past it preserves the remains of the medieval castle, which dominates the characteristic historical center. The castle, with its soaring tower with battlements, has white plastered facades that contrast the stone parts.The municipality is part of the Maiella National Park and is very close to the plateaus where the tourist centers of Roccaraso and Rivisondoli are located.