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Highlights Abruzzo

  • Swimming in the Adriatic Sea
  • Hiking and skiing
  • City stroll through L´Aquila
  • Abruzzi delicacies
  • Snake festival in Cocullo

Best Vacation Rentals in Abruzzo

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Bomba, Chieti Province
Vacation Rental • 538 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
4.7
(10 reviews)
The beautiful cottage in Bomba is ideal for families or groups. This stay has 2 bedrooms and can host up to 8 guests. This cottage is the perfect spot for nature loves which lies amidst green hills and near Lake Bomba.The beach is 30 km from the home if you wish to spend a day by the bay. The forest nearby is around 1.5 km away. If you run out of your essentials you can go to the supermarket, 1000 m away.The ground floor has a living room with double sofa bed, open kitchen and 3 bedrooms. Parking space is also available to the guest for up to 2 cars.2 pets are allowed in the property, free ...
from $70 / night
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Abbateggio, Pescara Province
Vacation Rental • 538 ft² • 1 Bedroom
3.9
(19 reviews)
This pet-friendly cottage in Abbateggio has 1 bedroom to host 2 guest and it is comfortable for a small family or couple to stay amidst green nature enjoying the view from the private terrace and garden.The home is surrounded by fields, lawns, olive groves, oak trees, a small vegetable garden and fruit trees, making it a peaceful vacation in the lap of nature. Abbateggio (3 km) gives you a wonderful view of the Gran Sasso to the Adriatic sea. The place has lots of wildlife including deer, wild boars, badgers, hares and pheasants. You can reach the sea in 40 km. Supermarket (4 km) and restau...
from $42 / night
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San Valentino In Abruzzo Citeriore, Pescara Province
Vacation Rental • 1076 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
4.8
(8 reviews)
With stunning mountain views to wake up to, this mansion in San Valentino is a great place for vacationing in Italy. There are 3 bedrooms, which can house 6 people, making it well-suited for a large family. The swimming pool, shared with the owner, lets you refresh with a few laps and stay active while treating your eyes with gorgeous views.The forest area is 500 m away, where you can enjoy walks or hikes. The town center with restaurants and shops its 1 km away. You can head to the sea, a short drive away and spend a day relaxing by the beachside. A shared well-manicured garden, reachable ...
from $187 / night

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Vacation rental prices Abruzzo

$128for 10 Dec - 17 Dec
$146 annual average
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Vacation rentals availability Abruzzo

51%for 10 Dec - 17 Dec
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Vacation rentals in Abruzzo

Idyllic landscapes and the sea

Abruzzo is a real insider tip among Italian lovers. Because this region has several nature reserves to offer you not far from a vacation rental in Abruzzo. You will also have the opportunity to find comfortable accommodation in the seaside resorts north of the Adriatic coast and in the quieter southern areas.

Explore cultural sights

A vacation rental in Abruzzo is not only the perfect starting point for relaxing days by the sea. Vacation rentals in the interior of the country allow you to reach the castles, palaces and forts in just a few minutes by car. Those who rent an apartment in the capital of the region can also admire the historical buildings from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Baroque while strolling.

Natural landscape around Abruzzo
Natural landscape around Abruzzo

Holidays in Abruzzo

Location and orientation

Hilly country, mountains and coastal region

The Abruzzo region is located in Italy, between Marche and Molize. To the east, Abruzzo runs along the Adriatic Sea with a flat coastal strip that changes into a gentle hilly landscape in the hinterland. The Abruzzi Apennines occupy two thirds of the region, with the Gran Sasso massif reaching up to 3,000 metres above sea level. From Rome to the capital L´Aquila it is about 118 kilometres.

Travelers and Activities

Best conditions for winter sports

The region has a total of 21 ski areas with 368 kilometres of pistes to offer, in the immediate vicinity of which you will certainly find the right holiday apartment in Abruzzo. Campo Felice and Roccaraso are among the most famous downhill ski regions. Although Abruzzo is less known as a winter sports destination than the areas in northern Italy, there is usually even more snow here. Cross-country skiers can look forward to a good offer on the Campo Imperatore.

Exploring untouched areas while hiking and mountaineering

In the regions of the mountains and the national parks of Abruzzo, you will find numerous marked hiking trails where there are no tourist flows. Some of the safe routes lead up to the summits, from where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Monti Sibillini and Monti della Laga in the north or the Sirente and Velino group in the west.

The world-famous pilgrimage town of Manopello, which has already been visited by the Pope, is interesting for pilgrims. To visit Volto Santo's holy cloth, however, you must make a pilgrimage to the Sanctuary of Santuario di Manoppello.

Top travel tips

Italian house facade
Italian house facade
1. Experience the vitality of the capital city

The city of L´Aquila, with a population of around 70,000, lies at 700 metres above sea level and boasts a large number of architecturally interesting jewels whose façades reflect the Romantic period. The student city is teeming with young people who spend their free time in the numerous cafés and bars. Be sure to visit the fountain of the 99 tubes. Also worth seeing is the city fortress in which the National Museum is housed.

2. Abruzzo food

You can get to know the taste of the sea and the mountains in the typical dishes. Many regional dishes combine fresh seafood and pulses. Typical examples are stews and soups. The region is also rich in truffles, saffron and peperoncinos, which are used to refine Abruzzo dishes. In Abruzzo's restaurants, grilled skewers and hand-made pasta are also on the menu.

3. Celebrate traditional celebrations duly

Many festivities in Abruzzo have a pagan origin. On 16 January, during the "Farchie" in Fara Filiorum Petri, huge reed bundles are ignited. In Cocullo there is a snake festival with real animals from which the future is predicted. In addition, there are always festivals with a culinary theme, the so-called Sagra festivals, whose crowning finale is a spectacular fireworks display.

1. Experience the vitality of the capital city

The city of L´Aquila, with a population of around 70,000, lies at 700 metres above sea level and boasts a large number of architecturally interesting jewels whose façades reflect the Romantic period. The student city is teeming with young people who spend their free time in the numerous cafés and bars. Be sure to visit the fountain of the 99 tubes. Also worth seeing is the city fortress in which the National Museum is housed.

2. Abruzzo food

You can get to know the taste of the sea and the mountains in the typical dishes. Many regional dishes combine fresh seafood and pulses. Typical examples are stews and soups. The region is also rich in truffles, saffron and peperoncinos, which are used to refine Abruzzo dishes. In Abruzzo's restaurants, grilled skewers and hand-made pasta are also on the menu.

3. Celebrate traditional celebrations duly

Many festivities in Abruzzo have a pagan origin. On 16 January, during the "Farchie" in Fara Filiorum Petri, huge reed bundles are ignited. In Cocullo there is a snake festival with real animals from which the future is predicted. In addition, there are always festivals with a culinary theme, the so-called Sagra festivals, whose crowning finale is a spectacular fireworks display.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Abruzzo

What is the average price for vacation rentals in Abruzzo?

Our data shows that Abruzzo had an average price of $136 per night, a relatively high one compared to the regions in Italy.

During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Abruzzo?

]If you want to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Abruzzo are May ($122 the average per night for accommodation), April ($126), and September ($127).

In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Abruzzo?

At the time of booking a vacation rental in Abruzzo, the highest prices are usually found in the month of August (with an average of $156 per night), followed by January ($149), and then July ($146).

Is Abruzzo a good location for a last-minute getaway?

If you decide to put Abruzzo on your bucket list, we suggest organizing your vacation long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average of 53% of rentals booked the previous year.

Which months offer the highest availability?

The most available months are, on average, May (with an availability of 61%), April (59%), and October (55%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

How many rentals are there in Abruzzo?

We have grouped together the offers from 35 different partners in Abruzzo, so we can provide you with around 5,000 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!

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