The Blue Flag Programme published its list of 14 Abruzzo beaches that received its 2011 recommended Blue Flag Status, here’s a map where they all are
There’s nothing better than finding a great Abruzzo beach with some space to watch the sun go down
Punta della Penna beach is Abruzzo’s & Vasto’s best kept secret which is framed by rolling vineyards and the panoramic coastal nature reserve of Punta Aderci
Abruzzo’s beaches continue to shine as it upholds its Blue Flag standard! It has been awarded 22 EU Blue Flags
Abruzzo’s coastal resorts are worth exploring in springtime; they’re less crowded and the weather is perfect for walking We asked Fossacesia resident, Pia De Simone to describe what to expect from the home of our favourite abbey at sunset San Giovanni in Venere.
Trabocchi, sustainable fishing machines that resemble giant beached prawns sitting on the rocks with giant tendrils casting wide nets deep out via the shoreline
Ain’t no doubt about it, Teramo province’s sandy beaches especially Roseto degli Abruzzi put the Abruzzo tourist traps of further south to shame
Pineto is a small, soft sandy seaside town set on Teramo’s coastline. Part of Abruzzo’s ‘Sette Sorelle’ (7 Sisters), with its acclaimed Blue Flag status
Abruzzo is very lucky to have a number of excellent Blue Flag beaches on the Adriatic; golden sands, turquoise seas & blue skies that are largely unspoilt
Want an uncrowded beach for the English August Bank Holiday but dread British coastal drabness. Come to Abruzzo!