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The Dimora dei Priori is situated along the “Costa dei Trabocchi” in Torino di Sangro -“Lido le Morge”, the most charming Abruzzese coast.
The Dimora is a comfortable and elegant residence surrounded by greenery with a spacious garden, it has 5 rooms, 3 of which are double rooms with a bathroom available, a suite with a private bathroom and a loft with 1 double bed and 2 single beds with a bathroom.
The “Costa dei Trabocchi” has an extremely varied landscape, and is the right spot to suit any kind of holiday. Hidden among the rich Mediterranean vegetation there are small, secluded beaches and creeks, or alternatively you can visit the sunny, main beaches that offer every kind of comfort and amusement. Besides swimming, the gentle currents and various depths make the local waters ideal for fishing, especially for scubadiving.
Thanks to its location Dimora dei Priori in an excellent place to start from when visiting the most important tourist attractions of Abruzzo. In fact Torino di Sangro, is located at the foot of the Majella mountain and has it’s own coast, from here you can easily get to the national parks of the region (Gran Sasso of Abruzzo and Majella’s parks). A very close network of natural reserves covers the whole territory. Just think of the “Lecceta” in Torino di Sangro, a green oasis that gives shelter to birds, birds of prey and turtoises (a unique breed, that is protected and luckily not in danger of extinction). Then you can’t miss the chance to visit the fortifications, castles or the mysterious caves, like the so called “Grotte del Cavallone”, where time, among the stalagmites and stalactites, seems to have stopped. Other tourist destinations to point out are the “Miracolo Eucaristico” in Lanciano, an old town that is rich in history, art and traditions; the “Sanctuary of Our Lady of Miracles” in Casalbordino, a place of pilgrimage that inspired G. D’Annunzio to write his best works; the “S. Giovanni in Venere”, considered the biggest feud of South Italy; the “War Cemetery”, built in memory of the English soldiers who died during the battle of Sangro; and the town of Vasto, with its Belvedere and its lighthouse where you can overlook the sea; San Vito Chietino, where the hermitage Dannunziano is situated, and where the poet was inspired to write one of his most dramatic works, “The triumph of the death”.