Apartment for rent from € 170/day in PescaraName/Address:
Outside is pine-lined and cool: this comfortable house has room for 4 to max 5 people, but may guest less people too.
The property is 100 sqm, with a large living/dining room with TV and plenty of sofas, 2 large bedrooms with spacious wardrobes, 4 beds +1, corridor, separate garden, hall, closet, comfortable kitchen and bathroom, washing machine, safe, beach towels, bathroom towels.
Dining area provides an opportunity to relax or for a romantic dinner, as the apartment has an elegant and modern design with good furniture and high ceilings, for rooms plenty of natural light. Windows have shutters for more privacy and relax.
Pet friendly for behaved pets.
Pescara is positioned in Central Italy, right on the Adriatic Coast.
Shops are in the square below, and public transport is just front of the apartment.
Green parks are nearby, and cycling and pedestrian park road is only a few steps behind the building.
Great place for leisure shopping also, it has its own airport and train/bus station, directly connected with Rome (2 hrs), England, France, Spain and Deutschland.
In the local area: pharmacy shop, newsagent, take-away pizza, take-away seafood, bar, italian restaurants, grocery shop, hairdresser, wash dog, nightlife movida in riviera, dancing clubs, tennis court, green public parks, etc..
Possibility of month-to-month lease for longer stay, or 15/10 days: flexible.
Possibility of renting for the all year.
Please, contact me (I am the owner) for further details and arrangements. (Gabriella).
This region of Italy is very unspoiled and has beautiful countryside to offer as well as a wealth of leisure facilities, and thanks to these characteristics, many expats are looking at Abruzzo at the moment.
Abruzzo Region is famous for its food, arrosticini (grilled pieces of lamb or pork on a stick), olive oil of high quality and the true Montepulciano d'Abruzzo wine (which you can buy directly from the manufacturers), along with unspoiled mountains and extensive green National Parks. Restaurants offer also other Abruzzo specialties such as seafood, porchetta and the famous "Maccheroni alla chitarra" (pasta). And much else..
Abruzzo has many treasures of culture and especially of Christian religious culture that are little known. Often they are unique or very rare in the world.
Just a few examples:
Holy Face of Jesus in Manoppello;
Holy stairs to get indulgences in Campli (TE);
Eucharistic Miracle in Lanciano;
Holy Door in Atri;
The Feast of Forgiveness in L'Aquila;
Our Lady of Splendour in Giulianova;
San Gabriel Holy Youth at Isola del Gran Sasso;
Pontius Pilate: did you know that was born in Bisenti?
And did you know that Piuma was born in the lovely Marsica?
This is also the region of the great poet Gabriele D'Annunzio in Pescara.
In Civitella del Tronto there is one of the largest fortresses in Europe and it was the last stronghold of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, which resisted until after the Unity of Italy.
The cuisine of Abruzzo offers many culinary delights, food and local wines thanks to a mix of history, mountains, hills, lakes, sea and unique landscapes which are all a human dimension.
Abruzzo can offer unique and priceless treasures that help to enrich people in body and soul.
Abruzzo is close to Rome but it's also not far from Italy's West coast on the Tyrrhenian Sea with beautiful hill towns to visit like Positano.
Abruzzo sounds ideal for anyone wanting to reside in Italy and explore easily explore more of this gorgeous country.
Like Southern California, in a typical Abruzzo winter it is possible to visit the mountain ski slopes in the morning and relax at the beach that afternoon.
This picturesque region is full of lovely vineyards, gorgeous castles and romantic stone villages.
The hillsides are gorgeous ... as you can tell from the above photo of fall foliage in Abruzzo.
This region of Italy is very unspoiled and has beautiful countryside to offer as well as a wealth of leisure facilities.