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Family skiing in Italy’s Abruzzo: a well-kept secret

 

The whole time I was in Abruzzo I found myself marvelling. Marvelling at the sheer wild beauty, marvelling at what a friendly bunch the locals are. But the thing I marvelled at the most was just how come I’d never heard you could ski in this place before.

 

 Read full article on The Hackney Gazette.

8o1OPz2eSkiing in Abruzzo

One of Italy’s poorer regions has a wealth of attractions for canny skiers, from gorgeous medieval towns to gourmet food

 

In fact, the Abruzzo is off the tourist radar even in summertime. It’s one of Italy’s poorer regions, a fact that’s helped to preserve its medieval hill towns and traditional way of life. This is Italy as it used to be, a rugged outpost where sheepdogs still wear huge spiked collars in case they run into wolves, and the food is robust peasant fare, renowned throughout Italy, but especially in Rome, where a whopping number of restaurateurs come from the region.

 

Read full article on The Guardian.

Skiing on Italy’s secret slopes

Abruzzo spells great wine, food and skiing, says Graeme Spratley

 

The expression “best-kept secret” is often used to promote lesser-known destinations, although might equally suggest “unsuccessful marketing” – rather like “could do better” on a school report. Every now and then, though, the “best-kept secret” turns out to be exactly that, and the ski areas of Abruzzo fit that category.

 

 Read full article on The Independant.

AOL_Canv_Logo_1C_Eraser_Rd_RGBItaly ski holidays: Three of the best places to stay

 

 

Experience world-class resorts, affordable costs and mouth-watering cuisine on a ski holiday in Italy

 

Read full article on AOL Travel.