Visitor Itineraries in Abruzzo

Due to its diverse landscape and beauty, Abruzzo can offer nature, art and history lovers an extremely wide range of excursions.
These include the three national parks: Abruzzo, Gran Sasso-Laga and Macella, the Sirente-Velino regional park, the nature reserves of Punta Aderci and Lago di Campotosto, and the WWF oases in Cascate del Verde and Gole del Salinello (remembering that visitors can choose from 30 nature reserves and oases), and the Stiffe or Cavallone caves.
For those seeking more religious itineraries, visits range from the Santuario del Volto Santo in the historic town of Manoppello, the Santuario del Miracolo Eucaristico in the Church of San Francesco in downtown Lanciano, or the various monasteries scattered throughout the region, including San Bartolomeo, S. Spirito a Roccamorice (Pe), S.Onofrio di Serramonacesca (Pe) and S. Venanzio a Raiano (Aq).
Also worth a visit are the castles of Rocca Calascio, Santo Stefano di Sessanio, Roccascalegna (Ch), Balsorano and Celano (Aq), the ancient ruins of the city of Alba Fucens at Massa d’Albe or the Roman amphitheater of Amiternum at S. Vittoriano (Aq).
And of course, don't forget the various museums, churches, old towns and marvelous coasts.