Abruzzo Homes For Sale

If you're looking for a scenic retreat, look no further than Abruzzo, Italy real estate. Bordered by the Adriatic Sea to the east, Marche to the north, Lazio to the west, and Molise to the south, this central region combines a stunning landscape with lots of natural attractions to satisfy any outdoor enthusiast. Just two hours outside of Rome and well connected to the rest of Europe via charter airlines, this is an ideal place to buy a 2nd home.

The coastal regions to the east feature delightful sandy beaches. As you move further west, you're swept into the Apennine mountain range where you can ski your heart's content. Where else can you ski and beach comb all in the same day?! Other highlights of the region include the Parco Nazionale del Gran Sasso, distinctive cuisine and wine, and some of the best golfing in Italy.

Abruzzo real estate is also one of the more affordable regions in Italy. Since the property market here is still developing, homebuyers can find good value at a price well below the national average. Read more about Abruzzo real estate.

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Real Estate in Abruzzo

Abruzzo, Italy real estate offers lots of affordable options for prospective homebuyers. Homes along the coast are ideal for families, as there is lots to do year round including swimming, boating, and other water sports. While the area is full of Italian tourists in the summer months, you can expect quieter surroundings in the off-season.

Moving inland, homebuyers can find the unspoiled Italian countryside featuring lots of parkland, mountains, and farmland. You can secure a luxury home in Abruzzo for the same price as a modest home in Tuscany or Umbria. Cost of living is also very affordable, and the cuisine and culture are world-famous. The Abruzzese people are also some of the friendliest neighbors you could ask for.

Abruzzo Highlights

Capital: L'Aquila

Regional Specialties: Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Ratafia (wines), Doppo Arancia orange liqueur, Aaccheroni all Chitarra, Timballi (baked pasta).

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