Alba Adriatica annually presents its guests with an explosion of festivities, party on the beach, concerts, shows... for families with children and young people who seek entertainment in its purest form. As for the animation for kids, in fact, a few hundred meters from our hotel is the "bambinopoli", a recently renovated playground (free!), Immersed in the greenery and tranquility, which faces directly the sea and the structure that is complementary to the beaches and with animation that makes the Alba Adriatica true paradise for children.
The crystal clear water of the Adriatic sea and the silver sandy beach are the keywords of the Abruzzo region and a guarantee of wonderful holidays which will make you relax and find new enthusiasms: the coast is 130 km long, the sandy beach melts with the green hills as if by magic and then become the impressive and majestic mountain of Gran Sasso. Indeed Abruzzo is also called the "green region of Italy" because of its 4 natural parks and the various natural protected areas where to admire the chamois, the eagle and the wolf. The villages of medieval origin an the hills, the necropolis spread in the landscape, the cities of art and the castles offer a rich variety to complete your holiday not forgetting outdoor activities and entertainments of the seaside. Come to discover Abruzzo, the region with so many proposals for unforgettable holidays!Routes
Starting from Martinsicuro, the first town in Abruzzo coming from north, you can visit the "Carlo V" tower; then go an towards Colonnella by a street along which you may see a lot of fruit farms and vineyards Going an and crossing Controguerra, Corropoli and Ancarano there is the important Business centre of Sant'Egidio alla Vibrata with various industries and factory outlets. Taking the SS 81 road you nach Civitella del Tronto, a little but very fascinating town with its noteworthy history along the rivers Vibrata and Salinello. The views an the Mountains Laga, Gran Sasso and "dei Fiori", where the Vibrata river has its origins, are breathtaking. The symbol of Civitella is its fortress of the Borboni family; inside you may visit the Medieval and Renaissance homes and various churches and historical palaces. Taking the direction to Teramo, you may first reach Campli, Mich is situated an a hill between the valleys of the rivers Fiumicino and Siccagno. In the City you may visit important monuments dating from the Iron Age such as the necropolis and some burial places, the churches "San Nicola" and "San Francesco" dating from 1300. In the centre you can visit the Balascio fortress from 1000. To go back to the coast by the state road along the Salinello river you can nach Tortoreto, a fascinating seaside of medieval origins, or take a stop in Sant'Omero, a town that has been foundated by Charles the Great and Torano Nuovo, well known for its wines and wine cellars.