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Would you like to spend a holiday in a comfortable place that allows you fully enjoy your stay? A little known region, -but that little by little makes its way into the minds of several tourists, is Abruzzo, the green region of Italy. Its privileged position and climate allow it to offer tourists and residents a wide variety of activities throughout the year. Holidu has for you all the rentals you need, located near the beach, sky areas or we also have more central rentals near the commercial areas.Comfortable holiday lettings with gardens, pools and terraces for large groups
From small well-rounded properties that can accommodate a couple, up to huge ones with a capacity for 13 people, you will find with us what you need. Also, some of them are pet-friendly! It is the perfect city to spend a holiday having fun visiting all kinds of fun places with family and friends. Don’t wait any longer, come here and enjoy the experience!
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The area and getting around
Abruzzo is a region of central Italy facing the Adriatic Sea. Its capital is the city of L'Aquila, and it has about 150km of coastline and beaches. Among the most touristic and famous cities we can mention: Pescara, Chieti, Teramo, Sulmona and its capital L’Aquila; infamous for earthquakes in recent years. You can also visit the Monastery of Greccio where the first manger scene in history was born.A heavenly place full of surprises
Abruzzo is a region of great scenic beauty with high mountains, barren highlands, and a beautiful coastline on the Adriatic Sea. In the interior of the region are some of the most unspoiled and picturesque landscapes in Italy, various places of the interior have remained unaltered for hundreds of years.
Travellers and activities
The Abruzzo region offers different types of activities, all exciting and full of surprises. The peaks of the Apennines and the famous tourist resorts Roccaraso, Rivisondoli, Pescasseroli and Campo Imperatore host modern facilities for lovers of skiing and snowboarding. In addition, the routes for cross-country skiing go deep into the magnificent landscapes of the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park. There are many sports that can be practiced in contact with nature. Hiking, excursions on foot, or bicycle in protected areas or in places of special natural value such as the splendid Sagittarius Gorges, the Zompo lo Scchioppo waterfalls, or the Penne and Serranello lakes. From the Gran Sasso to the Sirente, the high mountain environment is especially suitable for mountaineering and climbing.Abruzzo for culture lovers
The religious festivals and cultural events are not to be missed. From the famous Fiesta de la Perdonanza in L’Aquila, to the Serpari de San Domenico festival in Cocullo, passing through the Rivisondoli Living Nativity Scene or the numerous pilgrimages that take place in the villages. Also important are the archaeological remains of the Fucense area in the Fucino Valley. The seat of a lake, today dry, the territory was intimately linked to imperial Rome. In it, the ruins of Alba Fucense, a Roman city at the foot of Monte Velino, a few kilometers from Avezzano, and the remains of ancient Roman domes and autochthonous necropolis stand out. There are many religious routes to places of devotion immersed in tranquility, among them the famous Hermitage of Celestino V, encased in a rocky wall or the Romanesque-Gothic church of Santa Maria de Propezzano in the Vomano Valley. Gastronomy lovers can wander among olive groves and vineyards, from the Adriatic coast inland to the Peligna Valley to visit wineries and taste wines, oils and exquisite local products.
Being the European area with the highest percentage of protected areas, the Abruzzo region has three National Parks, a Regional Park and twenty protected areas.
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In this area there are multiple testimonies of the complex history of Abruzzo, from the famous Celano Castle, today home to the Archaeological and Sacred Art Museum, to the remains of the ancient Roman city of Alba Fucens. In the Adriatic part, famous for its long sandy beaches, highlights Pescara, the hometown of the poet Gabriele D’Annunzio. There are many coastal tourist towns in the region: Tortoreto, Giulianova, Silvi Marina, Roseto and down to the south Ortona, Vasto and San Salvo.2. Chieti province and its preserved Roman characteristics
Located in the hills near the coast, is home to a marvellous 11th century cathedral; Of special interest is also the National Archaeological Museum, with its prehistoric remains and its testimonies of the Greek and Roman civilizations .3. Teramo, an important and historical city
With its medieval cathedral and the remains of the theatre and amphitheatre from Roman times. There are countless old townships, treasured by a peasant civilization that still keeps its traditions alive thanks to folklore and local crafts.4. Go to Lago di Scanno and take the best photo from Sentiero del Cuore
In the morning you can dedicate yourself to see Scanno and the lake. If you start in the town you can park and go for breakfast in a bar. Half an hour is more than enough to see it and take some photos. Once you have visited the town, we recommend that you do the small walk called Sentiero del Cuore to take your photo with the heart-shaped lake in the background. It can be done from the lake in an hour and a half and from a path that is outside the town itself in just half an hour.5. You cannot miss everything that Scanno has for you
This city with its narrow streets, its baroque portals and its old buildings, is a small town characteristic of the Sangro Valley, located in the vicinity of a charming lake, thanks to this it is a place very frequented by tourists. Sulmona, home of the poet Ovidio, is rich in history and traditions; it holds valuable artistic testimonies and also the famous hermitage of Celestino V. Venture into this city to be surprised more than you imagine!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Abruzzo
As indicated by its annual average price of £94.98, Abruzzo is not a region that stands out for being the most expensive or the cheapest in Italy.
According to our most recent historical data, the months with the cheapest prices in Abruzzo are October, November, and May, with average prices of £81.77, £84.81 and £86.57, respectively.
When you look at renting a holiday letting in Abruzzo, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of £117.7 per night), followed by July (£108.43), and June (£98.71).
If you decide to discover Abruzzo, we suggest organising your visit in advance because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 46% in the year 2020.
In 2019, the months with more free accommodation in Abruzzo were May, April, and June with average availabilities of 66.8%, 64.25% and 61.25%, respectively.
Holiday lettings in Abruzzo reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 23.6%. The second most requested month is July, with 44%, and the third is February with 54.6%.
In Abruzzo we collaborate with 29 different providers to give you a choice of 4000 properties, so you will not be short of options!