About Casoli / Abruzzo

Casoli is the Gem of Abruzzo, a classic medieval town sitting high on a hill with panoramic views of the Apennine Mountains, the Adriatic Sea, and the Italian countryside. Casoli’s cobblestone streets and 9th-century castle evoke scenes right out of the movies. Casoli’s cafes, restaurants, street markets, shops, and the town’s warm welcome are the best and most genuine experiences Italy has to offer.

Facts About Casoli:

  • Established in 878 A.D.
  • Population 5,900
  • Elevation 1240 ft (378 meters)
  • 20 minutes to the Adriatic coast (Costa dei Trabocchi)
  • 30 minutes to nearest ski resort
  • 15 minutes to nearest national park
  • 40-minute drive to Abruzzo International Airport
  • Robust local economy
  • 20 minutes to world renowned, cooking school,
    Villa Santa Maria (oldest chef school in the world)

Facts About Casoli:

  • Established in 878 A.D.
  • Population 5,900
  • Elevation 1240 ft (378 meters)
  • 20 minutes to the Adriatic coast (Costa dei Trabocchi)
  • 30 minutes to nearest ski resort
  • 15 minutes to nearest national park
  • 40-minute drive to Abruzzo International Airport
  • Robust local economy
  • 20 minutes to world renowned, cooking school,
    Villa Santa Maria (oldest chef school in the world)

About Abruzzo

Abruzzo is the most untouched, authentic, and pristine region of Italy and is rated in the Top Ten best places in the world to retire, to invest in real estate, and in affordability on the “quality of life index.” Abruzzo has received much attention from top media agencies. CNN Travel recently named Abruzzo as Italy’s number one “Hot New Destination.”  With modern hospitals, beach resorts, and an International airport, Abruzzo is becoming Italy’s most popular destination for British, German, and Scandinavian foreign travelers. If you want to know where Italians vacation in Italy, it is to the warm beaches and scenic mountains of Abruzzo. Over 2-million Italians from all over Italy vacation in Abruzzo each year.

Abruzzo was recently named by the Italian government as a “Regione Economica Speciale.” Abruzzo received approximately 20-million Euro in government funds to expand Abruzzo International Airport, making it the “second hub” of central Italy after Rome Fiumicino International Airport. Abruzzo International Airport will service an even greater number of European cities, including the addition of transcontinental flights from North America, China, and India.

What is Being Said About Abruzzo

“The people here are always amazingly warm and welcoming.”

“One of the few places in the world where you can actually ski in the morning and walk the beach in the afternoon.”

“The lowest crimes rates in Italy.”

“Abruzzo is an all-season destination.”

“Abruzzo is the Green Heart of Italy, the next Tuscany without the tourist hordes or the high prices.”

What is Being Said About Abruzzo

“The people here are always amazingly warm and welcoming.”

“One of the few places in the world where you can actually ski in the morning and walk the beach in the afternoon.”

“The lowest crimes rates in Italy.”

“Abruzzo is an all-season destination.”

“Abruzzo is the Green Heart of Italy, the next Tuscany without the tourist hordes or the high prices.”

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