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Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Car not necessary
  • Nearest beach 0km

Sole e Sale apartment is located in a quiet area, it's only 1 minute far from the natural reserve St.Filomena pinewood and just 2 minutes walk far from the beach of Adriatic Sea!

It's easy to reach from Pescara Centrale railway station taking the bus (line 2/) with terminus in front of the apartment or the taxi service available directly opposite Pescara Centrale railway station.

Beuatiful, confortable, this apartment is at second floor of a brand new builiding with elevator and space to parking, is well furnished as shown in the pictures.

It has a living room with a sofa peninsula, kitchen, 2 bedrooms , 1 bathroom, 1 terrace balcony with beautiful pine wood and Sea View. Kitchen is fully equipped, wash machine, refrigerator, dishes, etc, etc.

In the living room a new Led Tv with dvd player is available if you like to spend a pleasant night watching Tv.

Bedsheet, towel and a free cleaning service offered during your stay in Sole e Sale Apartment.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: 5 km, Nearest railway: 2 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General TV, CD player, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Shared garden
Access Secure parking, Lift access

The Marche/Abruzzo region

Abruzzo with its strategic position at the centre of the Adriatic coast is well connected to the north and the south by modern motorways and an efficient railway network. In less than three hours you can reach Bologna, Naples and Bari; in five hours Milan and Venice.

The magic of Abruzzo derives precisely from the measured equilibrium of a landscape dominated by nature and a stratified human presence, which can be seen in the theory of villages dotted around the countryside, the architectural might of churches, castles and mansions, precious works of art, the countless examples of applied arts and ageless rural traditions.

What better invitation for the keen, observant visitor to explore Abruzzo and seek out the typical features of the splendour that make this such a unique region. From the oldest testimonies, of which the solemn and hieratic "Warrior of Capistrano" is the most representative icon, to countless art treasures preserved in regional museums, the entire historic and artistic heritage of Abruzzo contributes to shaping a territory with a strong local identity, a very idiosyncratic way of interpreting and outlining the artistic methods and styles, architecture, spirituality, applied arts that in Abruzzo boast truly special traditions and peaks of excellence, including pottery and goldsmithing.

Known worldwide for its nature, Abruzzo's peculiar and intact landscape is nonetheless a scenario with works of art and monuments, like a great open-air museum, open all hours.

Alongside the legendary sites of Rocca Calascio, the extraordinary old town of Pescocostanzo, Chieti's Museo Archeologico Nazionale, L'Aquila's mighty 1500s castle, the traveller will be struck by the dozens of less famous marvels, scattered throughout the region.

Restorations of churches and castles, the reorganization and enhancement of archaeological sites and sanctuaries, the creation of large and small museums, the new visitor centres in the Parks: all have contributed to the list of things to see, growing lengthier with each passing year.

SKILL AND SAVOURS: of the land of Abruzzo

On one hand, there is the evolution of shepherding and farming recipes, those prepared by the “poor” folk of the mountain and foothill areas, a cuisine of simple yet tasty mutton dishes, soups and broths, cheeses and herbs, and on the other the “refined bourgeois” menus of Teramo, which enhances basic flavours to achieve more complex results like “timballo di scrippelle”, “mazzarelle” and “virtù”.

Then there is coastal cuisine, less evocative of Abruzzo – perceived as a region of mountains and protected areas – but no less important as there are 133km of shoreline that offer a selection of seafood in uncomplicated, tasty recipes, combined with the range of vegetables grown on the hillsides shielding the Adriatic.

Nonetheless, Abruzzo cuisine is not merely tradition: there is a well-known and feisty army of innovators who – from their kitchens – are taking creative, measured steps in the direction of modernity without sacrificing its true identity, the “truth” of its flavours and tradition The password? Quality: in the raw materials of a generous and varied territory; quality in the milieus and welcome offered to clients and tourists. Last, but not least, “pocket-friendly” prices both in restaurants and hotels. The rich selection of raw materials are, therefore, the secret of the cuisine that is appreciated in Italy and abroad thanks to the ranks of “globetrotter” chefs graduating from the prestigious school of Villa Santa Maria. Prime meat from the mountains, above all mutton, and prized dairy products: Pecorino and goat cheeses that include “Canestrato di Castel del Monte” and “Pecorino di Farindola”, both Slow Food Presidia. The deep-rooted pork butchering tradition produces two types of “ventricina”: the spreadable Teramo version and the Vasto version with its chunkier texture. The hills provide the seasoning and flavours of the earth: first of all, extra virgin olive oil (the Loreto Aprutino-Pescara area being the most renowned), followed by vegetables, greens, pulses and cereals whose simplicity enhances Abruzzo cuisine in its entirety, alongside the precious Crocus Sativus stigma used for L'Aquila's PDO saffron. Then there is the wine, with Montepulciano d'Abruzzo (made from the region's flagship grape and 15,000,000 bottles sold in 2008) in the front line and followed closely by its “white brother” Trebbiano and new niche products: Cerasuolo, well to the fore; rediscovered and a successful new entry - Pecorino.

Abruzzo cuisine has many facets simply because of its varied territory and local cultures: there are the traditional dishes of the shepherds, up on the mountains; peasant cuisine, on the hills and in the valleys; the cultured, middle-class enclave of Teramo's culinary traditions; fish recipes on the coast. A wide variety of wisdom and tastes rooted in the region's huge patchwork of landscapes and environments.

There are plenty of gastrotours available, from those in the Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo, Parco del Gran Sasso-Laga or Majella national parks to those along the hills dotted with hospitable wine and olive oil producers, and agritourism enterprises for sampling and buying not only wine and oil, but also a huge assortment of other good, natural products: honey, preserves, pickles, pulses and cereals.

Gourmet food and wine events abound, so just to mention the most famous there are: “Cantine aperte” with over fifty participating wineries (May); the day dedicated to the “Virtù”, Teramo's iconic dish (May 1); “Carciofesta” dedicated to the Cupello artichoke (April/May); the month dedicated to “Brodetto di pesce alla vastese” chowder (June); “Trabocchi” Coast recipes during the “Cala lenta” (July); “Festa del tartufo” to celebrate Campovalano di Campli truffles (July); “Calici di stelle” for Ortona wines (August); the “Mediterranea” fair of typical Abruzzo products (July/August); “Buon gusto - Rassegna formaggi d'Abruzzo” a review of Abruzzo cheeses at Gessopalena (September); celebration of local lentils at Santo Stefano di Sessanio (September); “Frantoi aperti” when oil presses open their doors (October/November).



Free Time

Here are some suggested itineraries for trips, entertainment and cultural or nature visits.

EXCURSIONS: Abruzzo National Park - Sirente Velino - Majella National Park - National Park of Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga - Tremiti Islands . ENTERTAINMENT: 2000mt. away there is the Warner Village with 11 cinemas, pizza parlour , restaurant, fast-food eateries, a panoramic disco situated on the top floor, lots of shops, for fun and relaxing shopping and a well stocked library. From here begins a cycle path that reaches up to Pescara, along the beach on one side and the famous pine forest on the other side , with its perfume. Within a few miles.: A water park, with pizza parlour and cabaret, a bingo hall. Even in Pescara, 2 km., The night offers many opportunities to enjoy exhibits, concerts, cultural events, discos on the beach and ice cream parlours, that will not let themselves be forgotten , open until late at night.

WHAT TO SEE:-Only a few suggestions- Cultural attractions: D'Annunzio's Birthplace in Pescara - The Birthplace of Ennio Flaiano - The Cascella Museum - The Museum of the People of Abruzzo. In Chieti there is The Warrior of Capistrano ( VI BC) - The excavations of ALBA FUCENS - The Paparella Museum. Natural attractions: the Abruzzo National Park - The Museum of the Apennine wolf-Civitella Alfadena - The Museum of Cattle - Villetta Barrea - The Wool Museum -Scanno - The Maiella National Park. crafts : Castles: old tradition of pottery - Guardiagrele: artisan copper and wrought iron - Lettomanopello: the working of stone, widely used in sacred architecture , that our region offers examples of great artistic and historical interest.

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9 Sep 2013


"Great modern clean ideally located appartment"

Hi everything was catered for in this beautiful furnished appartment just a 2minute walk from the beach restaurants shops and bus into central pescara.The kitchen was well equipped plenty of towels … More


22 Jul 2013


"Ideal seaside appartment"

We chose to stay here as it was the first time we had taken our grandchildren of 3 and 5 years on a holiday without their parents. It was a three minute walk from the beach and had all the essentials… More


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