How to reserve a holiday letting in Pescara, Italy

The bustling seaside resort of Pescara, with its palm-lines promenade, is located on the central Adriatic coast of Italy and is a popular holiday destination thanks to a great climate, beautiful beaches and it’s proximity to the Maiella and Gran Sasso mountains. 
Accommodation in Pescara comes in a variety of sizes to suit every budget and holiday requirement, whether you are looking for a spacious villa suitable for a fun-filled family holiday, or a well-equipped apartment suitable for a romantic Italian holiday. Whatever accommodation you choose you will find elegant shopping, fine dining, beautiful beaches and majestic mountains on your doorstep, making holiday rentals the perfect choice if you’re looking for variety and versatility on your holiday in Italy.
The great location makes Pescara accommodation the ideal choice in both the summer and the winter. During summer visitors can make the most of the sun-drenched beaches or enjoy hiking, cycling and rock climbing in the Maiella National Park. In winter the area is home to over 15 ski resorts that offer facilities for cross-country and downhill skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing and promise an adventure-filled vacation for the whole family. The unspoilt countryside that surrounds all holiday rentals is home to quaint Italian villages, which give you a taste of authentic rural Italy, as well as impressive castles and ancient monasteries. If you want an enjoyable day trip, Rome and Pompeii are well worth a visit. 

Self-catering holiday accommodation here is easily accessible from the UK thanks to Pescara International Airport (PSR), which is located just 10 minutes from the city center.

Pescara is the main city and resort on the coast of Abruzzo and is perfect for holidaymakers looking for fun in the sun, fantastic shopping and a vibrant nightlife. Not only is Pescara a delightful seaside resort on the Adriatic coast, but it is also the gateway into the rural and rugged Abruzzo region which features ancient hill towns, foreboding medieval castles and vast national parks. Whether you are after a relaxing beach holiday, a retail getaway or a superb cultural experience, then a holiday to Abruzzo and a visit to Pescara is right for you!

First and foremost holidaymakers come to Pescara for the sun, sand and crystal clear waters. The safe, clean beach stretches for over 10 miles and is lined by a promenade that offers endless strolling and loads of lovely little cafes. When the sun goes down the town comes alive with a bustling and exciting nightlife, with plenty of drinking places and party hotspots along the seafront, intermingled between the host of pizzerias and beach cafes.

If you are after some retail therapy then the main shopping district is located by Via Nicola Fabrizi and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, where most of the best fashion boutiques and local craft shops can be found and there is also an open air market every Monday, located near Pescara’s stadium. For a touch of culture, head to the Museum of the Abruzzi People -Museo delle Genti d’Abruzzo-, a fascinating museum that traces 4,000 years of Abruzzo tradition, life and history. Pescara also hosts an annual Jazz festival, one of Italy’s best music events that draws in many international and well-known acts. Away from Pescara there is still plenty to see and do such as discovering beautiful ancient hill towns, surpassing those of Tuscany and Umbria, or going for a hike through Abruzzo’s extensive national and regional park system.

If you fancy visiting a nearby city then a holiday to L’Aquilia can provide some culture for a day or two.

 

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