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This remarkable area of the Abruzzo Region is an intersection of features and characteristics of tourist attractions, untouched mountain landscapes and urban settlements forefront.
That of Chieti and its Province is a land that offers the unparalleled privilege of owning, in the same geographical area, an incredible variety of resources ranging from nature reserves to shrines and historical centers, archaeological sites to the hills, to the countryside, the mountains, the soft sand and the beautiful and timeless "trabocchi". You can define it such a “territory mosaic”, starting from its geographical aspect: in few kilometers away from the sea coast to the peaks of the central-eastern Europe, in a constant up and down parallel valleys and campaigns rarely flat.
It is in this landscape so varied, in which the extraordinary closeness of the hills with the marine gives the Province the power to be the perfect place to embrace reality apparently not very homogeneous among themselves, and where lie dozens of small towns in the provincial area, places that contain history, traditions well marked and a culture waiting to be rediscovered.
Chieti and its Province can rightly be considered a treasure trove of art, where culture and nature stands out; a territory where the population has adapted by developing on the coast charming villages devoted to seaside tourism, while in the hinterland meet, along with countries of ancient origins, real rural centers, dedicated to the agricultural economy, crafts, and more recently, tourism.
Who visits Chieti and its Province has the chance to discover little by little the traditions, the secrets of art, natural beauty and ancient times, the religion that animates the “teatini” people and the art of good food.
And the Province of Chieti is delighted to let You to discover, promote and enhance its treasures, the result of culture, dedication, hospitality and the gifts of nature itself.
Credit by: Provincia di Chieti
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