Pescocostanzo is situated amidst the major uplands of Abruzzo, in a land where nature manifests itself in timeless landscapes of extraordinary environmental value.
The wide area which surrounds the inhabited centre falls almost in its entireness into the district of the Majella’s National Park. To the North it is possible to come across interesting naturalistic routes such as the Natural reserve of San Antonio, famous as it features special species of the Appennine flora and for its charming and uncontaminated landscape.
It is possible to appreciate the local gastronomic products in the various agritourism farms in the area only a few minutes away from the vast Alto Sangro ski basin.
Furthermore, Pescocostanzo provides a wide and prestigious offer for those who love skiing, thanks to the plant layout and to its proximity to places such as Rivisondoli and Roccaraso, thus giving life to a district which is the most complete mountain offer in Abruzzo. It features 30 very modern ski-lift plants, 110 km of skiing tracks perfectly covered with snow and assisted by the largest and most modern programme of snow in Europe.
How to get there:
Visualizzazione ingrandita della mappa
From Rome: A25 motorway exit Pratola Peligna-Sulmona, then towards Roccaraso
From Naples: A1 exit Caianello, then towards Venafro and to Roccaraso
From Bari: A14 motorway Foggia’s direction, junction for the A25 past Pescara Ovest, exit Pratola Peligna-Sulmona, then towards Roccaraso
From Florence. A1 motorway Rome bound, then take the A24 motorway Teramo’s direction junction for the A25 towards Pescara, exit Pratola Peligna-Sulmona, then towards Roccaraso
From Bologna: A14 motorway Ancona’s direction, Pescara, junction for the A25 Roma-L’aquila,exit Pratola Peligna-Sulmona, then towards Roccaraso