Abruzzo

Abruzzo is a region of Italy in Southern Italy. Abruzzo is known as "the greenest region in Europe" as one third of its territory, the largest in Europe, is set aside as national parks and protected nature reserves: there are three national parks, one regional park, and 38 protected nature reserves. The most important museum is Museo Archeologico Nazionale d'Abruzzo in Chieti housing the famed warrior statue Warrior of Capestrano found in a necropolis from 6th century B.C.. Of cultural importance are the Cathedral of Teramo, its archeological museum and the Roman theater, the Castello della Monica, the astronomical Observatory, the famous L'Aquila Basilica of Santa Maria di Collemaggio – with the remains of Pope Celestine V, the Museo Nazionale d'Abruzzo, Santa Maria del Suffragio, the Forte Spagnolo, the 99 Spouts fountain, Gabriele D'Annunzio's house in Pescara, Campli's Scala Sancta and its church, the church of Santissima Annunziata in Sulmona, the cathedrals of Chieti, Lanciano, Guardiagrele, Atri and Pescara along with the castles of Ortona, Celano and Ortucchio. Tourism in Abruzzo has become one of the most prosperous sectors in the economy of Abruzzo, and in recent years has seen a remarkable growth attracting numerous tourists from Italy and Europe.

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Properties for sale in Abruzzo

Country Home - To Restore in Abruzzo
160000
Country Home - Restored in Corropoli
279000
Country Home - Restored in Pennadomo
25000
Town - City Home in Poggiofiorito
30000
Villa in Ancarano
659000
Country Home - To Restore in Torricella Peligna
32999
Country Home - To Restore in Torricella Peligna
25000
Town - City Home in Rapino
80000

Recipes From Abruzzo

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A hearty dish from the rugged mountains of Abruzzo, this ragu is one to write home about..
Bucatini all'Amatriciana, a symbol of the Italian culinary tradition developed in Rome

What others are saying about Abruzzo

@queencafe asks:

Is it still a buyers market to buy a property in Italy in Abruzzo or Tuscany area with the changes in taxation for foreigners ? I know this is a very broad question but we like to purchase a two to three bedroom house or aprt near coastal area . Thank you

@RossB asks:

Hi my family have just bought a small house in Vicoli, Abruzzo and are looking for some one who can do some regular maintenance on the property gardening painting etc and also looking for a builder who can construct a dog run in the garden. Any help on thus would be hugely welcomed. R.

@snicko asks:

Hello there,

Can anybody please recommend a good English speaking conveyancing solicitor/ lawyer in the Abruzzo please?

TIA, Nick