The region of the Abruzzo offers an immensely varied and stunningly beautiful landscape, dominated by majestic mountains, with the Gran Sasso, the highest peak in the Apennines giving way to deep wide valleys, olive groves and vineyards below. The province of Chieti, where this delightful house is to be found, extends from the slopes of Mount Maiella to the Adriatic coast and includes the renowned Abruzzo National Park.
The spectacular scenery is matched only by the wealth of historical and artistic riches. All the most significant and important Roman remains in this region are to be found in Chieti. Guardiagrele, a typical hilltop village and the local shopping centre, is one of the most interesting villages of the Abruzzo and was the birthplace of the great goldsmith and sculptor Nicola da Guardiagrele.
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