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Marina di Pescara, Abruzzo, Italy
Marina di Pescara is also known as Port of Pescara and Porto di Pescara and it is situated in the municipality that wears the same name. Visitors and boat owners will find this marina in the Province of Pescara and the Italian region of Abruzzo. This marina has recreational purposes and welcomes its tourists with turquoise waters and long, sandy beaches that are breath-taking. This is a well-developed city where travellers can have a dream-like vacation, by the Adriatic Sea. Its seaside resort is extremely popular thanks to blue flag beaches, great festivals and water sports. This location represents the perfect combination between sea and mountain. Pescara is a suitable destination for winter travellers, too. There are plenty of friendly hotels where tourists can feel at home. The Victoria Hotel, the Best Western Hotel Plaza, the Hotel Esplanade, etc., are some of the most popular accommodation units. This used to be home to many artists and writers like Gabrielle D’Annunzio.
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Cancellation Policy of Marina di Pescara : restrictive
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Attractions in Abruzzo
The region of Abruzzo is located in Southern Italy and it has an exit to the Adriatic Sea, offering its locals and its guests coastal towns and cities to enjoy throughout the year. There are wonderful landscapes to be admired in this area and a complexity of natural combinations.
Gran Sasso d’Italia, the coastal area and the rich vegetation are the perfect combination for those who want to completely relax and forget about the urban agitation. Abruzzo received the title of the greenest region in Europe, due to the existence of three national parks and no less than 38 natural protected reservations. These territories are home to rare species of birds and animals but also to glaciers and impressive plants.
The territory of Abruzzo is extremely old, archaeological evidence showing that it was inhabited since the Neolithic period. During the Roman occupation, this land’s name changed several times, being known as Picenum, Sabina et Samnium, C... more info
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