The best of Abruzzo by event, sightseeing and food in January from the LifeInAbruzzo group. A positive mix and space of all nationalities that simply love Abruzzo
Here are 24 surprises to do, taste, experience and expect from a holiday to Abruzzo. They were originally created for the 2018 #AbruzzoAdventCalendar on the Facebook Page, we’ll create another for 2019!
A moist and light ricotta and chocolate lattice tart all the way from Manoppelo Abruzzo, home to Veronica’s Veil and Casale Centurione Country House
The Abruzzesi adore their baked fish,(Pesce al Cartoccio), and it varies in each of the 3 provinces that nudge its Adriatic coast
An Italian cooking holiday that creates a narrative of Abruzzo that embraces mountains and sea, and provides some authentic cooking experiences to take home from the 4 provinces
Who doesn’t love traditional great tasting pasta that cradles its sauce instead of it splatting onto the plate? Apparently the key is semolina!
We’ve eaten a lot of ham over the last decade in Abruzzo, incl a Michelin-starred restaurant but none beat Nonna’s at Ristorante Belvedere, Loreto Aprutino
A Few of My Favourite Abruzzo Things by Jacqui Dixon co-founder of the new small campsite, ‘Kokopelli Camping’ set in Serramonacesca in the province of Pescara
Ekk’s new restaurant in the former Città Sant’Angelo co-operative cantina could soon be making the term Ekko-Gourmet more prolific regionally
La Tana del Lupo (The Wolf’s Den) in the small village of Scagnano was a lovely discovery for lunch after a late morning visit to nearby church of S Tommaso
Collecera is a fantastic agriturismo for those looking for a full food & lodging service in Abruzzo, near to Pescara and the olive groves of Loreta Aprutino