Catching the Colour, the Light, the Sounds, Flavours and People
The Abruzzo Blogger Community strives to provide a fabulous one-stop website for those seeking an insightful read about Abruzzo in English.
It features great posts by Abruzzo’s 12 best bloggers across a wide range of subjects including food & wine, culture, events, travel and ancestry.
timballo, chitarra, ventricina, pecorino, la panarda, montepulciano d'abruzzo. ratafia
a tapestry of folklore & religion
It leaves you speechless.
That’s how you are in Cocullo, on the first day of May
Easter in Abruzzo in a simple snapshot: exploring its ceremonies and processions over the revered holy weekend and recipes eaten locally to welcome spring and take on the first picnic of the year.
teramo, l'aquila, pescara, chieti
Bears, Wolves, Lynx
My love for donkeys started in Abruzzo, Italy when I was 8 years old. Grandpa had a working donkey, Bello, which he used to pull his small cart
Past & Present
There is a sense of freedom in Abruzzo that is incredibly rare and is best appreciated without a strict itinerary. Laurence Vannicelli reveals a few of his favourite abruzzo things