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Opi

Opi is a small perched village, nestled in the heart of the national park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise.

Surrounded by a mountain landscape of great charm, it has two vantage points from which the eye sweeps over the expanses of the Valle del Sangro: the Belvedere La Foce, located at the top of the village, and the Belvedere in Piazza dei Caduti.

Navelli
Navelli

Navelli stands on a hill and to get there means to be enchanted by the graceful delicacy of its ancient village: here the houses are still built in gray stone and overlook narrow, winding streets, with steps carved directly into the rock. However, Navelli has always been famous for a product that has become, over time, a symbol of its territory: saffron. This rare and precious spice, which was once used in medicine and in cosmetics, was the heart of its economy.

civitella del Tronto
Civitella del Tronto

In the high Abruzzo, very close to the Marche region, Civitella del Tronto rises: it has always been a borderland and, in particular, a sentinel time of the Kingdom of Naples between the Kingdom of Naples and the Papal State. The village finds its interest in the fortunate geographical position, combined with the monumental memories of its bright past, and enjoys an enviable glimpse that can put together the view of the Gran Sasso d'Italia and the nearby Adriatic Sea.

Roman Amphitheater - Teramo

Built at the beginning of the 2nd century AD and, according to the construction technique, it can be placed between the Trajan and the Hadrianic age. Until 1926, the amphitheater of Interamnia, remembered by local scholars since the Renaissance, was traditionally identified with the remains of the nearby theater. The few surviving structures of the amphitheater were partially recognized and explored only in 1937; after drastic demolition of the structures leaning against the monument, which was partly destroyed by the construction of the Duomo and the Seminary.

Regional Nature Reserve of Borsacchio (Te)

The Borsacchio Nature Reserve, established in 2005, is located in the territory between Roseto degli Abruzzi and the suburb of Cologna Spiaggia, between the sea and the hills of Cologna Paese and Montepagano, and preserves features of environmental and landscape integrity, not yet affected from the settlement development that has affected a large part of the territories of the Adriatic coast.

Punta dell'Acquabella Nature Reserve (Ch)

The Punta dell'Acquabella Nature Reserve, established in 2007, covers an area of about 28 hectares, included in a narrow belt of vegetation, just after the Port of Ortona, up to a hundred meters south of the summit of Punta Acquabella .

From the summit of the cliff you can easily reach the beach where the clear water lets you admire the seabed of sand and pebbles.

Regional Nature Reserve Marina di Vasto (Ch)

Recognized as a Site of Community Interest (SIC), this coastal biotope extends for about 60 hectares along the beach of Marina di Vasto and ends in the territory of San Salvo with the Mediterranean Botanical Garden. Walking along the cycle path between the Duca degli Abruzzi promenade and the San Salvo marina, it is possible to appreciate one of the best preserved dunal environments on the Adriatic coast, interesting for the remarkable development of the humid meadows where the sea camomile and the sands lily bloom. Here the brood nidifies, a small bird of the dune.

Coastal Holm-Oak in Torino di Sangro (CH)

Established in 2001 to protect one of the few coastal forests of the Adriatic, the Regional Nature Reserve "Lecceta di Torino di Sangro" extends from the mouth of the river Sangro for 175 hectares up to about 115 m altitude, on the hill where it is located the British War Cemetery.

Regional Nature Reserve Ripari di Giobbe (Ch)

The Regional Nature Reserve Ripari di Giobbe is located north of Ortona on a rocky cliff overlooking the sea, close to a hidden cove, with white pebbles and crystal clear waters, accessible only by foot or by sea. The area, established in 2007, is well preserved because of the difficult accessibility and the considerable instability of the steepest slopes.

Regional Nature Reserve Pineta Dannunziana

The Pineta Dannunziana Regional Nature Reserve, established in 2000, covers 53 hectares in the southern part of the city of Pescara. It is a real "green lung" in an extensive urban context and one of the most densely populated in Italy and contains a remarkable variety of flora and fauna species, typical of the Mediterranean scrub. For the people of Pescara, the reserve is known as "Pineta D'Avalos" or "Parco D'Avalos", from the name of the family that at the time of the Bourbons, owned the marquisate of Pescara.

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