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Salumi tipici abruzzesi

I salumi Costantini rendono felici grandi e piccini

The area that extends between Marche and Abruzzo is full of natural wonders ranging from the mountains to the sea, passing through an enchanting hilly landscape.

About 2/3 of this area are occupied by the Apennine mountains; this mountain range, which represents the “backbone”, reaches its maximum elevation in Abruzzo: the Corno Grande, in the Gran Sasso massif, is the highest peak (2914m) while Monte Amaro, located in the Majella massif, is the second (2795m).

Close to the mountains we find the internal hilly belt, which houses hundreds of medieval towns and villages, which slopes gently towards the Adriatic coast, where there are coastal cities that extend, seamlessly from north to south.

 

Sandy beaches and sea

The Adriatic coast between Marche and Abruzzo is characterized by the presence of numerous sandy beaches where some of the most popular summer residence centers have developed, including: Grottammare, San Benedetto del Tronto, Porto d’Ascoli, Martinsicuro, Alba Adriatica, Giulianova , Roseto degli Abruzzi, Pineto, Silvi Marina, Montesilvano and Pescara.

These beaches, modernly equipped with bathing establishments, hotels and services of all kinds, have always been a destination for tourism and make this area one of the most appreciated by those who want to combine natural beauty with fun and relaxation.

The Ancient Villages and “La Civitella”

At about 600 meters above sea level stands one of the best known strongholds of what was the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies: the Fortress of Civitella del Tronto. With an extension of 25,000 square meters, the site is mainly remembered for being the last Bourbon bulwark that surrendered to the Piedmontese on March 20, 1861, three days after the coronation of the King of Italy Vittorio Emanuele II.

The villages of Torano Nuovo, Montepagano, Montorio al Vomano, Castelli (the famous city of Ceramics) and the city of Ascoli Piceno, which houses one of the most beautiful squares in Italy, are also suggestive and rich in history.

The area between Marche and Abruzzo is to be discovered from a tourist point of view, thanks to its unspoiled nature, its history, the beauty of its villages and the uniqueness of its territory which encloses in a few kilometers “sea and mountains. “

The province of Teramo, which houses the Salumificio Costantini, and the province of Ascoli Piceno with which it borders, are rich in tourist itineraries …