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What to do in Pescara?

Famously known as a seaside resort in eastern Italy, Pescara enjoys both coastal and mountainous landscapes. During the summer months, it is one of the liveliest seafronts on the Adriatic coast. With over 16km of coastline, it’s hard not to visit and lounge on the beach for a few days. Book your beach holiday in Pescara with Ryanair, and reap the rewards of the lowest fares in Europe!


Pescara Beach Getaway

  • Pescara offers numerous seaside resorts and hotels. You can enjoy the benefits of staying by the coast while being close enough to the city to enjoy the local sights.
  • Stay at the Carlton Hotel for the ultimate beach experience, and dine at the nearby beach club restaurant, Stabilimento Balneare Nettuno Beach Club Stefano Cardelli & C.
  • Lounge by the beach under the hot sun in the summer months for the best Pescara experience.

Things to Do in Pescara

Sports fanatics should catch a game at the local stadium, Stadio Adriatico – Giovanni Cornacchia. Once used for the 1960 Summer Olympics, it is one of the most iconic sights in the area. For families traveling with kids, visit the Museum delle Genti d’Abruzzo and enjoy many of the activities available for children. Book your flight to Pescara with Ryanair – Europe’s favourite airline!


Pescara Airports

  • Abruzzo Airport (PSR)

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All year round and wherever you want to go (mountains, hills, parks or to the sea), Abruzzo always takes you by surprise thanks to the wealth of its historical, artistic and cultural sites and for the variety and excellence of its gastronomy, made of tradition, quality, creativity and innovation.


Abruzzo is always a surprise thanks to its beautiful coastline overlooking the Adriatic Sea and alternating wide golden beaches with harsher and rocky landscapes, dominated by the presence of Trabocchi. Moreover, because of the numerous stretches of water that reflect the highest peaks of the Apennines, including the Lakes of Campotosto, Scanno, Bomba and Barrea.


It is astonishing for its most famous mountain destinations such as Roccaraso, Ovindoli, Campo Felice, the Altopiano delle Cinque Miglia and Campo Imperatore, known as Tibet of Europe, and for the countless, small and charming villages that often tell us a thousand-year history, such as Santo Stefano di Sessanio, Castelli, Rocca Calascio, Roccascalegna, Pacentro and Civitella del Tronto.


Abruzzo is always charming, thanks to the sacredness of the hermitages, the sanctuaries and all the other fascinating places of worship. Because of its proximity to Rome and the excellent connections that make it an accessible destination for everyone, Abruzzo is a region to live with many possibilities of outdoor experiences and active holidays, from the high mountains to the sea, through very different landscapes united by the beauty of its unspoiled nature.