What to see

Magical and fabled places
to be explored

Find out what to see during your holidays in Montesilvano: follow the advice of the staff of Prestige Hotel and plan out-of-town and day trips to discover the most beautiful places around our territory including villages, beaches and luxuriant nature.

Montesilvano


We are in Montesilvano, just 2 km from Pescara. Montesilvano is the first municipality in the province of Pescara for tourist accommodation and is often chosen by families for its low shoreline and fine sand. In summer, the town comes alive with numerous recreational activities and cultural and sporting events. From here, after a few minutes of suggestive ride along a stretch of the "bike to coast" cycle path, you will reach the modern town Pescara which offers panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and Gran Sasso of Italy.

Pescara


The capital of Abruzzo is a beautiful and unexpected town, to be admired in every corner. Numerous events are organized here throughout the year, both in summer and winter. The main street of the city is Umberto I, which stretches to Piazza Rinascita, better known as piazza Salotto, up to piazza Primo Maggio. The palaces of the province and the town hall are located in Piazza Italia, near the river. In recent times, Piazza Mercato has become the center of nightlife. Here’s what you shouldn’t miss: the birthplace of Gabriele d'Annunzio, Pescara Vecchia and the Ponte del Mare.

Lanciano


Lanciano is, after the capital city, the most important municipality in the province of Chieti. Perched on a hill a few tens of kilometers away from the sea, the town is a cradle of art as it hosts numerous monuments including the sanctuary of Miracolo Eucaristico (Eucharistic Miracle). Lanciano is also known as the city of the miracle: in the eighth century a consecrated host was transformed into coagulated blood which is now preserved in a monstrance that is still admired today by thousands of followers. Here’s what you shouldn’t miss: the Church of San Francesco, Madonna del Ponte Basilica and the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore.

Atri


Among museums, naturalistic beauties, artistic and cultural events, Atri shows all its splendor especially during the summer season. Here, conferences and round tables are often held, with the nineteenth-century Teatro Comunale (Municipal Theatre) and its fourteenth-century Auditorium Civico di Sant'Agostino. Here’s what you shouldn’t miss: Palazzo Acquaviva, Palazzo Mambelli and Palazzo Vescovile

Chieti


The town of Chieti is divided into two groups: Chieti Alta (Upper Chieti), the oldest part of the city, which houses many remains and historic buildings, and Chieti Scalo. The main street of the city is the Corso Marrucino, which runs from Piazza Trento and Trieste (also commonly known as Piazza Trinità), along Piazza Gian Battista Vico crossing Piazza Gian Gabriele Valignani until Via Arniense, in the heart of the historic center of the teatino capital. Here’s what you shouldn’t miss: the Roman Amphitheater, the Marrucino Theater and the Cathedral of San Giustino

Città Sant’Angelo


Città Sant'Angelo is a real terrace overlooking Gran Sasso and the Adriatic Sea. The landscape is dotted by vineyards and olive groves and the urban structure of the historic center stands out for its appearance that dates back to the Middle Ages, thanks to its herringbone pattern crossed by the boulevard on which a series of alleys converge on both sides.

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