Enjoying peace, history and nature from a holiday home in Abruzzo! The region in the south of Italy lies between the Apennines and the Adriatic Sea. This makes the area a unique holiday destination in both summer and winter. Much of the region forms part of a protected nature reserve, with three major national parks: Parco Nazionele d'Abruzzo, Majella and Gran Sasso - Laga. The rugged mountains, unspoilt nature and impressive flora and fauna is sure to make your holiday in Abruzzo a fantastic experience. Stay in a restored farmhouse, an elegant flat, a rustic villa or an elegant country house. By the sea, in the hills or near a nature reserve? With the Belvilla offer you will always find a unique holiday home in Abruzzo.
With a holiday home in Abruzzo, you can enjoy all the beauty that Italy has to offer. The region is rich in natural beauty with varied landscapes and authentic mountain villages. Whether you choose a cosy farmhouse in a nature reserve, or a modern flat by the sea, there is always plenty to do. The Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo national park is the pride of the region. With its vast forests, high peaks, beautiful lakes and rivers, the park is definitely worth a visit. Take a guided tour or look for tracks of wolves and brown bears!Abruzzo is also a beautiful hiking destination. Although the region is not (yet) known as a hiking area, you can go on beautiful long trips from your holiday home. Abruzzo is also an excellent destination for mountain climbing. Several hiking trails have been marked out in the mainly limestone mountains. With a long trip of around 10 hours, even the summit can be reached without any serious problems. Enjoy the beautiful unspoilt nature, tranquillity and history of the area, and spend your holiday in Italy in a holiday home in Abruzzo!
From our winter sports chalets in Abruzzo, you will be on one of the slopes of the various ski stations in no time at all. There are plenty of facilities for cross-country, downhill and alpine skiing, and for snowboarders too. The two highest peaks of the Apennines, the Corno Grande in the Gran Sasso (2912 meters) and the Monte Amaro in Majella (2795 meters), are in Abruzzo. Most of the ski areas are located in the province of Aquila, but there are also plenty of opportunities for winter sports enthusiasts on the side of the Gran Sasso and Apennines. Enjoy a sunny winter sports holiday in Italy, and book a holiday home in Abruzzo.
From your holiday home in Abruzzo, a day at the beach on the Adriatic coast is never far. The beaches in Abruzzo have not yet been discovered by masses of tourists, and are mainly visited by the local Italian population. The coastal area around Pescara during a hot summer day is a wonderful place to be. Yet, thanks to its sheltered location, the climate in Abruzzo is mild. The total Abruzzo coastline covers about 133 kilometres with beautiful small pebble beaches at the edge of the forest, as well as extensive sandy beaches. The 'trabocchi', small wooden fishing cabins by the sea, are characteristic of the region. Some 'trabocchi' have been converted into restaurants, so you can experience the real fisherman's feeling during a dinner at sea. The Costa dei trabocchi owes its name to the traditional fishing installations. This part of the coast is also a lot rougher than the rest of Abruzzo, with alternating sand and pebble beaches and rocky coast.
Abruzzo is a paradise for nature lovers and a popular destination for nature trips and hiking holidays. Experience an unforgettable holiday in this Italian region, and rent a chalet, villa, winter sports chalet or a holiday home in Abruzzo.