Teramo and the Adriatic Coast , the longest coastal stretch in the Abruzzo region, with a full 41 km of beaches, is home to the famous “seven sisters” – a series of resorts that have been awarded blue-flag certification thanks to their clean seawater and the high quality of their tourist facilities. From north to south, they are as follows: Martinsicuro, Alba Adriatica, Tortoreto Lido, Giulianova, Roseto degli Abruzzi, Pineto and Silvi Marina.
Moreover, there are three different delineated and protected nature reserves along the most beautiful tract of the Abruzzan coast, which are beloved of those who adore the wilderness and want to take refuge in the shelter of the majestic Mediterranean pines.
Teramo, a county town with a glorious past (attested to by the importance of the religious art to be found here), is surrounded by delightful hillsides that play host to quaint villages and cultural hotspots, such as Atri. The panoramas and the view of the Adriatic from here are enchanting to say the least. Unmissable attractions include a stroll at sunset to the belvedere of Giulianova, where the view takes in the harbour, the undulating landscape and the monumental seafront.
Fall in love with the stunning Torre del Cerrano Marine Protected Area
Take a stroll through the oldest part of Teramo, which features a winning blend of Gothic, Romanesque and Baroque architecture
Relax with the whole family on the golden sands of the beaches at Giulianova
Have fun visiting the waterparks, nightclubs and stables in Tortoreto and Teramo
Enjoy the cleanest water on the Adriatic coast at Roseto degli Abruzzi
Marvel at unique clay pinnacles and impenetrable ravines in the Calanchi di Atri nature reserve
Visit the 19th century theatre in Atri, a wonderful cultural capital
Discover the coast on two wheels along the 30 km of the cycle route
Visit the wineries where Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is made
Gaze in wonder at the breathtaking panorama from the Mediaeval village of Tortoreto Alta