For over 57 years in touch with nature
EurCamping Roseto Concept Glamping was born in the late 1960’s by the entrepreneurial spirit of the Soardi family, from Brescia. They chose Abruzzo due to its rich nature and traditions, to develop and manage a seaside resort that, even today, offers authentic hospitality with elegant simplicity. The site itself overlooks the sea and is surrounded by greenery, in a quiet space away from traffic.
One of the family member running the Camping Village Eurcamping is an award winning Italian sommelier. Which has led her to theme the bungalows and camping streets with international wine grapes and the main Franciacorta wine-cellars.
EurCamping Roseto Concept Glamping covers an area of 50’000sq meters and is divided into zones: the Village with 39 Bungalows, 39 Mobile Homes (for 2 or 4/5 people) and a large camping zone with 160 pitches. In addition, we also offer the use of an adjacent Marina which is ideal for windsurfing, sailing and especially fishing .
The local town of Roseto degli Abruzzi is accessible by car, bike or on foot along the coastline from South to North.
SO MANY THINGS TO DO AND PLACES TO VISIT
An ideal starting point for Mountain Hikes in one of the many parks and nature reserves in the surrounding area – the National Park of Abruzzo; Majella National Park; Gran Sasso-Monti della Laga National Park; the Sirente-Velino Regional Park; the Badlands of Atri Nature Reserve; Monte Alto-Genzana Gizio Nature Reserve, Wilderness Park Zompo Schioppo and the Punta Adreci Natural Reserve.
There are nearby Churches, Abbeys, Hermitages and Shrines to visit such as the Shrine of St. Gabriel located at the foot of Gran Sasso, the Shrine of Volto Santo situated in the hamlet of Manoppello. Besides, the Abbey of St. Mary of Propezzano located in Morro D’Oro; the Abbey of St. Clemente al Vomano and finally the Hermitage of the Holy Spirit of Majella.
If you are interested in visiting Ancient Villages, Medieval Fortresses or a local Artisan we recommend the following places of interest: Montepagano, Atri. The so called Paesi Dipinti (the Painted Towns): Casoli di Atri, small town where art covers every wall and Azzinano di Tossicia. Here murals tell the story of daily local life. Furthermore, the town of Castelli famous for ceramic production; Civitella del Tronto with its ancient fortress and last but not least the Medieval town of Santo Stefano di Sessanio and Rocca Calascio.
OUR CAMPING VILLAGE IN ROSETO DEGLI ABRUZZI
EurCamping Roseto Concept Glamping has a 3 star tourist classification and is on the Adriatic coast of Italy, in Abruzzo, Province of Teramo, in the town of Roseto degli Abruzzi. We hold a Blue Flag F.E.E. of Italian Beaches 2021 and a Green Flag 2021 certification. It is located 25 km North of Pescara and 30 km South East of Teramo.
Roseto degli Abruzzi, with 25,689 (at 31/01/2021), area 53,27 km2, density 482,24 ab/km2. It is one of the most important centers of the Province of Teramo. This typical seaside town is a charming place situated in front of the Gran Sasso, the highest mountain of the Apennines (Corno Grande 2,912 m high).
Roseto degli Abruzzi (name dates back to 1927), has a relatively recent history, the origins of which are subsequent to 1800. Also, soon after the town development, Roseto showed signs of its potential as a future tourist spot; becoming quickly a modern holiday destination. In ancient times its name was Rosburgo (Land of the Rose), named by King Umberto I with Decree in 1877. Because of this, Italians soldiers of the Great War in transit through Roseto towards the frontline of Friuli, expressed hostility as it was considered of Austrian origin.
Small in size, big in hospitality and organization, we will satisfy
your desire for peace, relax and fun.