Where and how to vacation with a dog in Abruzzo
Those who decide to spend a few days in Abruzzo never know where to start because there is a myriad of things to see in this area that has natural attractions of rare beauty.
Abruzzo boasts natural parks that are among the most beautiful in Europe, so much so that it has earned the title of "Green region of Europe"Because it has a priceless heritage with its protected reserves, a regional park and three national parks and between walks and itineraries to be able to make a dog, there is only the embarrassment of choice.
The long expanses of beech and fir trees enchant the view and tourists are fascinated by the pristine peaks of the Gran Sasso and Majella where they can breathe pure air in those natural paths enriched by the riot of colors of wild orchids, gentians and daffodils ... vacationing with a dog in Abruzzo really means finding a paradise tailor-made for them.
In the most hidden corners it is possible to see some edelweiss and come across chamois, squirrels and fawns and if you look towards that extraordinary cobalt-colored sky, you will notice the majestic flight of the peregrine falcon or the sparrow hawk.
Those who love the charm of medieval villages, cannot miss the visits to the numerous villages perched on the hills that appear as small cribs, undisputed protagonists in that world where the walls built for defense still dominate majestic. Pacentro (L'Aquila) for example, is one of the wonderful villages at the foot of Mount Morrone near the Majella national park, but there are many others, all with a significant baggage of historical-architectural interests such as castelvecchio Subequo, Anversa degli Abruzzi, Civitella del Tronto with their incredible constructive engineering that blends perfectly with the narrow stone streets and the sumptuous churches full of naves, columns and stucco decorations.
Those who love the sea and the mild climate of the land of Abruzzo, can take advantage of the Abruzzo beaches for dogs with crystal clear and transparent waters and the spectacular profile of the Gran Sasso that stands out in front of the sea.