For those who love cycling, the Abruzzo region offers the opportunity to move from the sea to the gentle hills or to the mountains through breathtaking itineraries, which allow you to discover corners of our region beyond its traditional destinations. The routes obviously have dif ferent level of difficulty and length and are suitable for those who want to take a quiet ride in nature and both the amateur cyclist who is always looking for new challenges.
The less demanding tour includes the Adriatic coast and the Green Corridor, which runs through beautiful pine forests and the most important rivers of the region…the Pescara Sea Bridge is the longest pedestrian bridge in Italy and moving towards south you can reach the beautiful Trabocchi coast. Other routes include the hilly belts: the closest to the sea are characterized by cultivated fields, typical farmhouses and small towns, while the foothill areas offer more difficult routes, but breathtaking landscapes in absolute peace and tranquillity. You will arrive in the magnificent paths within the territories of the national parks of the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga and Majella where you can admire the characteristic forest vegetation and also the wildlife, lovely lakes, amazing waterfalls , hermitages and eighteenth-century fortresses.
While exploring remote places, along ancient paths and old mule tracks, stop for a little break in cellars or in the ancient villages of the hinterland: the wonders of Abruzzo are all to be discovered and for those who choose to explore it by bike it will be a fantastic experience! In this case Eurcamping is not a destination, but it will play the main role as an important starting point. Ask for maps or itineraries at the reception or ask them how to book your “active holiday”.
You can also book excursions with guides.