What to see in Roseto degli Abruzzi and its surroundings
5 tips for your trip between best places near Stork Camping
Roseto degli Abruzzi is one of the most famous holiday locations in Italy and every year it is visited by thousands of visitors from all over the world.
Roseto and its surrounings have a lot of attractions for single-travellers, families, couples and friend groups.
Because of its long coastline and the seawater that increases gradually, Roseto is a perfect solution for a holiday on Adriatic Coast with family and young children.
Abruzzo region is rich in points of naturalistic interest, panoramic views and cultural villages.
Find out the best 5 things to see in Roseto degli Abruzzi and its surroundings, in a day-trip from our Stork Camping Village.
One of the best way to relax during the holidays is to visit a quiet thermal baths.
Nothing is better than a relaxing bath or a massage to become less tense or anxious.
Thermal baths of Popoli and Caramanico are a sort of paradise for those who want to leave the chaotic beaches and find a peaceful and cool shelter.
They are both nestled among the natural beauties of Abruzzo: the perfect locations for a carefree day between nature and welness.
Camanico thermal baths are full of hydrogen sulphide and low mineralized water, while Popoli thermal baths are well-known for beneficial properties of its water ( especially for respiratory and rheumatic diseases).
Give yourself a cuddle, take a slow walk in Caramaico old town and visit the ancient castle of Popoli.
The ancient charm of Rocca di Calascio
Heading towards backcountry, you find a place of ancient charm named Rocca di Calascio.
Renowned all over the world as the location of The Name of The Rose (with Sean Connery and based on Umberto Eco’s novel) and other movies, Rocca di Calascio is a medieval fortress placed in the “green-heart” of Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park.
Visiting Rocca di Calascio is like travelling back in time, catapulted in Umberto Eco’s novel and in an ancient and mysterious universe.
The castle, after earthquake damages, has been restored to allow visitors to admire the architectural beauty and the historical value.
After the visit to this 12th century fortress, you cannot miss a walk through the underlying village, unoccupied since 20th century and nowadays protagonist of an important rebirth thanks to the film tourism.
Take a look of a breathtaking video of Rocca di Calascio.
Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park
One of the most interesting place near to Roseto degli Abruzzi ( 45 minutes away from the Stork) is the Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park.
A natural show of beech and spruce-fir forests, enchanting wide valleys, verdant creeks and heterogeneous fauna.
Walking in the park you could contemplate magnificent old structures, as castles, abbeys and medieval village.
Our hint: choose an excursions (walk or bike) in the pure wilderness of the park and lose yourself within one of the most suggestive landscape of Italy.
Visiting the Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park means to experience the singular and remarkable value of Abruzzo culture, nature and gastronomy.
The seductive past of Atri
In the middle of enchanting villages and ancient castles, there is a hamlet with a seductive and unique past: Atri.
Atri is one of the most famous village in the ancient world and the place where the family of Roman Emperor Hadrian was born.
During Roman times, Atri was an important colony. Later, the village has been dominated by Barbarian and then by House of Acquaviva.
The seductive past of Atri is the reason number one to visit this village during your holidays: a walk through the ancient walls and monuments, admiring beautiful places as Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta and Palazzo Ducale degli Acquaviva.
Just outside of town, you can visit the Riserva Naturale dei Calanchi, the natural reserve that includes famous Calanchi caves: a sort of prehistorical settlement and natural monuments included in WWF heritage.
Water slides for your fun
Holidays are not only discovering and relaxing!
After all this walking under the sun, you probably need a cool and fun break.
Our swimming pools are designed exactly for this.
There is the pool with new water slides for entertain your little ones safely with a lot of activities and our animation.
The olympic pool of 25 x 12.5 meters with a depth of 1.7 meters for practicing your favourite swimming style or challenge your friends.
A bubbly pool to relax yourself admiring the nature of our national park and the breathtaking scenery of the camping Stork!
What are you waiting for? Find out right away one of the greatest region in Italy and do not forget to taste the famous “arrosticini”!