The Borgo

Not just the perfect vacation destination

Eco-Friendly Luxury

Welcome to Abruzzo Borgo, a sanctuary of serenity nestled amidst the captivating beauty of Italy. Our resort is not just a destination; it’s an invitation to immerse yourself in the essence of eco-friendly luxury and authentic Italian charm.

Nestled within 25 acres of olive groves, vineyards, and a serene lake, Abruzzo Borgo is Italy’s unique eco resort—a place where dreams take root and memories are born. Our commitment to sustainability, coupled with a profound respect for nature, allows us to offer you an unparalleled experience that harmonizes with the surrounding environment.

Allow us to guide you through the heart of Abruzzo Borgo, where every moment is a celebration of the Italian countryside, an exploration of well-being, and an opportunity to create cherished memories. Join us on this journey as we unveil the enchanting tapestry that defines our remarkable resort.

Resort Amenities

About the Borgo

In 2006, 25 acres of olive grove,lake and vinyard, and an old farmhouse and buildings was acquired by the entrepreneur, Nikki Di Girolamo. It was her vision to build a unique eco-touristic village that combines both social and commercial platforms to create a business eco system  that benefits everyone from investors to clients to socially disadvantaged groups

The following 10 years were used to get the project approved. Permission was granted, and from 2017 the project has been underway. 20 apartments have been built and are now in use. The community now also boasts of one of the most beautiful infinity swimming pools in Abruzzo, with panoramic views overlooking the town of Alanno and a view stretching 50km down the valley.

After 10 years when the project was finally approved via more than 20 public offices, this makes it probably the only approved project of its kind in the whole of Italy!

Things To Do

During your stay, discover some of the best kept secrets of Abruzzo.

You have a choice of visiting many beautiful places and having off-the-beaten-track experiences. Abruzzo is one of the only places in the world where on certain days you can go skiing in the mountains in the morning and go swimming in the sea and sunbathe on the beach in the afternoon. We enjoy a varied climate with hot summers and mild winters in coastal regions, while the mountains offer warm fresh summers with low humidity, allowing for year-round accessibility to outdoor lifestyle and exploring the area.

Pescara offers everything that you’d expect from a modern city: shopping, restaurants, coffee shops, museums as well as a white sandy beach! Pescara also takes great pride in its most famous personality, the 20th-century Italian writer D’Annunzio. You’ll see his portrait all over the old town (which you should make time to visit), and if you’re interested in learning more about him check out the Casa di D’Annunzio museum.
Wine Tasting
"Abruzzo, celebrated among wine lovers, boasts plentiful vineyards, including a substantial one in Borgo. While we prepare our expansive wine vault, the nearby Castorani vineyard in Oratorio invites you to savor top-notch wines at remarkably reasonable prices, notably the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. Following this delightful tasting experience, treat yourself to a meal at Pallant, a cherished dining spot adored by both locals and visitors alike."
Rocca Calascio
Built in the 10th-century, Rocca Calascio is the highest fortress in the Apennines, existing at the grand altitude of 1,460 metres (4,790 ft.). Situated in the Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park, a trip to this ancient castle offers a chance to go for a lovely hike, offering incredible, panoramic views.
Punta Aderci
We have no shortage of beaches near the Borgo; in Pescara alone you’ll find endless opportunities for dipping into the sea, but if you’d like a spectacular beach experience and a day bathing on the most beautiful beach on the Adriatic, you should definitely go to Punta Aderci. This coastal paradise, situated in a Natural Reserve, is a haven of calm and sheer beauty.
Abruzzo may well be skiing’s best kept secret! It’s seems to good too be true that great skiing can coexist with sandy white beaches, but true it is. There are so many ski resorts to choose from nearby, that you’ll be spoilt for choice! The resort that’s nearest to us is ‘Passo Lanciano’, but just take a look to see which one suits you best:
National Parks
Abruzzo has the rare fortune of possessing three national parks in its region: The Majella National Park, the Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park, and the National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise. Each park offers its own glimpse into the region’s nature as well as housing some of the Apennines’ highest mountains and offering chances to encounter species such as bears, wild boars and wolves!
Il Lago di Scanno
This beautiful lake, located north of the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park offers a great day out for the whole family. Rent out a pedalo or rowing boat, take a little walk around the lake, bring a picnic or relax at one of the restaurants onsite and make a day of it!
Gran Sasso Mountains
The Gran Sasso is the highest mountain in the Apennine Mountain Range at 2,192m. It is situated in the heart of the Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga National Park and is a great hike for those who like mountain climbing.
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Resort Location

Abruzzo Borgo is ideally located in the picturesque Abruzzo region of Italy, set amidst 25 acres of captivating olive groves, vineyards, and a serene lake. Our resort is a tranquil oasis where the beauty of the Italian countryside unfolds before your eyes.

Nestled within the rolling hills, it offers easy access to nearby historic towns and cultural treasures while providing a serene retreat away from the hustle and bustle of urban life. With Pescara Airport conveniently nearby, reaching this idyllic destination is both accessible and enchanting.

How To Get Here

The preferred choice of transportation to Pescara depends on your starting location, travel preferences, and the availability of direct routes. Whether you prefer the convenience of a plane, the scenic route by train, or an adventurous sea journey, Pescara offers various options to suit your travel needs.

Pescara is served by the Abruzzo Airport (Aeroporto d’Abruzzo), which is located approximately 5 kilometers (3 miles) from the city center. The airport offers domestic and international flights, including routes to and from major Italian cities like Rome, Milan, and Venice, as well as many European destinations. From the airport, you can easily reach Pescara’s city center by taxi or shuttle service. The airport provides a convenient option for those traveling longer distances or from abroad.

Pescara’s location on the Adriatic coast makes it accessible by sea, primarily through the Port of Pescara. While this is a less common way to reach Pescara for travelers, it can be an interesting option if you’re arriving from nearby coastal destinations. The port handles both cargo and passenger traffic, but passenger ferry services may be limited. If you plan to arrive by boat, it’s essential to check the availability of ferry services and schedules in advance, as they can vary seasonally.

Pescara is well-connected to Italy’s extensive railway network, making train travel a convenient option. You can reach Pescara by train from major Italian cities like Rome, Milan, Florence, and Bologna. The Pescara Centrale railway station is the primary train station in the city, offering connections to both regional and high-speed trains. It’s advisable to check the train schedules and book your tickets in advance, especially during peak travel seasons.

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