Tommaso and The Abruzzo
Mine is a region still unknown by tourists and many tour operators. Mine is a wonderful region where, within a few kilometers, there are sea, mountains, ancient villages, castles, monuments and natural parks. The cost of living is not high and is eaten fabulously.
The sea is beautiful, there are coasts of fine sand but also many rocky coves and little frequented along the "Costa dei Trabocchi"; there are bathing establishments and still wild beaches. A short distance away is the mountain: the highest peaks of the Apennines, with the Majella and the Gran Sasso. Trekking lovers can make many excursions in the midst of unspoiled nature, but you can also go canoeing, canyoning, rafting; winter, you can ski and snowshoe. Abruzzo is full of small ancient villages to visit, there are also numerous castles scattered throughout the region as well as archaeological sites of the Roman era. Lovers of sacred art and religious tourism can discover churches and abbeys and hermitages leaning against the rocky walls of the mountain. In Abruzzo, the bones of St. Thomas the Apostle, one of 12, are preserved; there are also the Holy Face and the Eucharistic Miracle. More than half of the regional territory consists of Natural Parks or Reserves. There are also theme parks, both aquatic and adventure parks. The cycle / pedestrian track that will cover the entire coast will soon be complete. My region is a casket.
At my bed and breakfast you can consult many guides and have plenty of information on what to visit and where to eat.
I am always available to give you suggestions and advise you the best. I can prepare detailed itineraries for you, with specific times, distances, places and costs.
As additional services, to be paid separately, there are:
- guides in English, French, Spanish and Russian
- Hiking in the mountains on foot, on horseback, by bike or canoe accompanied by mountain guides
- dinners at the b & b with strictly Abruzzo products: grilled meat, cheese, bread, tomatoes, beer, wine, bitters
- Guided tours of wine cellars
I love my land, I love my job, I love traveling and meeting new people.