Costa dei Trabocchi



Costa dei Trabocchi

San Vito, Rocca San Giovanni and Fossacesia beaches wind along the “Costa dei Trabocchi” with its picturesque rocks and small bays, where you can admire the wooden fishing platforms called Trabocchi, which are a feature of the local seascape. The Trabocchi form their outline against cane-brakes and orange groves, so beautifully described by the poet Gabriele D’Annunzio.
Driving along the main coast road you will enjoy the views of the typical Abruzzo coast villages stretched on the top of hills and all encircled by thick vineyards and olive fields. And you will admire the sudden enchanting view of San Giovanni in Venere Benedictine Abbey, the main tourist attraction in the region.

Public transport is fast and frequent.


Italian Language Courses take place in Abruzzo, Italy, in the historic town of Lanciano, famous all over the world for the Eucharistic Miracle of the Catholic Church.

Italian language classes are held in Abruzzo, Italy. Abruzzo is the greenest region in Europe with four national parks, the Apennine Mountains and 130 km of coastline.



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