Abruzzo is a remote, mountainous region on the Adriatic coast, largely undisovered by tourists. The scenery is spectacular and one third of the region is designated parkland, providing sanctuary for wolves, bears and chamois, and wild boar roam freely even in more populated parts. It retains many of its age-
The best way to discover the area is in the company of someone with expert local knowledge. Franco D’Orazio is the tour guide of “Olive Grove Farm” in Serramonacesca. Franco, who speaks fluent Italian, English, French and German and alittle Russian, will be happy to show you both well-
Franco helping to pick some walnuts at Olive Grove Farm
Would you like a personal guide for a morning, afternoon -
…the coast fish dishes ranging from mussels to monkfish via the obscure and unusual. You will also meet the very friendly and generous local people of Abruzzo. Even day trips to Rome are possible. Franco is a retired music teacher and owner of the “La Galleria” in Porto San Giorgio, a coastal town North of Pescara.
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(mob: +39 (339) 629 75 75
Please try to contact before your stay to ensure availability etc.
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