Italy, Abruzzo, Pescara
Alan Rogers Review
This small campsite is for tents only or small camper vans by prior arrangement (a number of rooms, tents and a retired VW Camper also available). This is wild camping, with no marked pitches or electricity connections, 2 km. from the little village of Serramonacesca, which has bars, shops, a butcher, a chemist and restaurants. The Majella National Park, with wolves, bears and birds of prey, is one of the most exciting areas of untamed wilderness within the Apennines. Rock climbing, spread across the entire region, is spectacular. The Adriatic coastline, with 133 km. of beaches, cliffs and creeks running along a sparkling coast, is lined with pinewoods, dotted with towns and backed by green hills.
One small, well equipped toilet unit with showers (€ 0.50 for 4 mins), washbasins and toilets. Hairdryers. Dishwashing and laundry facilities. Communal barn with cooker, fridge-freezer, dining and seating areas, games and books. Large sun terrace overlooking the mountains, with barbecues, parasols, pergolas and sun loungers. Free WiFi.
LocationSerramonacesca is about 30 km. southwest of Pescara from the A14/E55 Villanova exit. Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N42 14 41||W14 6 4|