Dintorni La Casa del Gelso


La Casa del Gelso is located in the heart of the green Abruzzo countryside of Città Sant’Angelo, one of the "most beautiful villages in Italy", classified by the prestigious American business magazine Forbes among the 10 places in the world where you live better.

Here, walking through the ancient streets, under the row of stone houses, you can savor the charm of antiquity and tradition.

An enchanting place in the province of Pescara where the coast, bathed by the Adriatic Sea is just a few kilometers away. For those who love the mountains, however, the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park not far away, offers breathtaking landscapes.

And for shopping lovers, the country house is just 1 km from the Città Sant'Angelo Village Outlet.

Città Sant'Angelo

A village that strikes tourists for its liveliness, its traditions, typical products, the enchanting landscape and its truly enviable position. A few kilometers from Pescara, Città Sant’Angelo rises on a hill 30 minutes from the mountain. Thanks to its position it is possible to taste both land and sea cuisine. The Angolan hills covered with vineyards and olive groves offer excellent products, especially the Montepulciano d'Abruzzo wine.

Torre di Cerrano

Between heaven and earth, a protected body of water where the precious resources of the sea can be cultivated. The marine area of Torre del Cerrano is located in Abruzzo, the "green region of Europe" with over 30% of the protected area.

Parco Nazionale del Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga

The Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park, which became operational in 1996, was established in 1991, with the issue of the PDF Framework Law on protected areas (Law no. 6 December 1991, no. 394), to preserve and enhance the natural and historical-cultural resources present in its vast and complex territory. The PDF June 5, 1995, with a decree of the President of the Republic, the Park Authority was established.

Altopiano di Campo Imperatore

Campo Imperatore, of great landscape impact, has numerous flora and fauna peculiarities, as well as interesting geological and geomorphological aspects. Going up from Assergi to the Fossa di Paganica pass, or from the medieval village of Castel del Monte to the Capo la Serra pass, or from Farindola to the Vado di Sole, the horizon extends, the spaces widen, the dimensions become immense when you look out onto Campo Imperatore.


The village enjoys a fascinating panorama and the gaze rests on the surrounding hills, on the green woods, on the many olive groves that cover the hills and on the waterways that cross the flatter areas. Pre-Roman city, ancient capital of the Italic population of Vestini, known to the Romans as "Pinna Vestinorum".