The beating heart of the Avezzano area was destroyed by the earthquake of 1915 and then rebuilt. You can still admire the Orsini Colonna castle and the remains of the collegiate church of San Bartolomeo.
Called in ancient times "Vallis Soranae" due to its proximity to Sora, it has a castle, the fulcrum of the life of the past, well preserved and open to visitors. Around Balsorano there are many Hermitages, a destination for trekking lovers and faithful.
A small town in the heart of the Abruzzo national park, a destination for green and authentic tourism enthusiasts.
Canistro is a town in the Roveto Valley surrounded by nature where it is possible to admire breathtaking landscapes, waterfalls and centuries-old chestnut woods.
It has always been a land of miners and has been known since ancient times for the presence of the outlet of the Claudius Emissary. For years it has been focusing a lot on the history and rediscovery of some symbolic places of the country.
Immersed in the largest beech forest in Europe, it is the gateway to the park of the Simbruni mountains, a perfect destination for those who love skiing and walking.
Set on the slopes of Mount Arunzo, it is crossed by the Liri river which makes the view unique.
Celano is a city rich in history and culture, with the Piccolomini castle and the Paludi museum, and in nature with the Gole
History and traditions come together in Cerchio where the historical procession of the "Bulla Indulgentiarum" is organized every year.
The village in the 19th century was the destination of the Grand Tour of Danish painters who stayed in the village to admire and reproduce the beauties of the Roveto Valley
A noble historic center where history and typical products of the area are celebrated every year between tradition and enhancement. Typical is the feast of San Giovanni handed down from father to son.
The green town between the Sirente Velino park, the Maiella park, the Salviano reserve and the Abruzzo national park