Just outside Pescocostanzo sits Bosco di Sant’Antonio, an enchanted oblong-shaped ancient beech grove that is regarded as Central Italy’s finest ‘Biotope’. It has been held sacred by locals since Roman times, and is today revered as one of the best areas for snow-shoeing, tree-climbing and picnicking in Abruzzo
Join us to uncover more of Abruzzo’s stunning landscapes with the help of author Stuart Haines’ who will artfully guide us on a free pop-up Abruzzo walk taken from his new book, ‘Walking in Abruzzo’.
Pop-Up-Abruzzo: A Wild Valley & Gorge Walk with Author Stuart Haines
Abruzzo’s most famous rock face hermitage, dedicated to San Bartolomeo in Legio and just outside the town of Roccamorice, is a wonder!
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