INTO THE GREEN
OF THE SEA
Your holiday in Abruzzo,
on the coast of Trabocchi
Sun Beach Camping is located on the Torino di Sangro seafront, between Pescara and Vasto, directly on the sea, in the immediate vicinity of the small tourist port of Fossacesia, with the Lecceta di Torino di Sangro nature reserve at its back, a wood full of plants that are typical of the Mediterranean scrubland. An ideal place for a holiday surrounded by greenery. An ideal place for a holiday immersed in the green.
Village & Camping
About 60 housing units surrounded by greenery, divided into bungalows and mobile homes, all with a fully equipped kitchenette, bathroom with shower and a veranda for outdoor dining. We also have about twenty sea-view pitches for tents, campers and caravans. We also have a score of sea view pitches for tents, campers and caravans.
CHOOSE YOUR BUNGALOW
THE ALTERNATIVE MOBILE HOME
THE FACILITY – THE SERVICES
Located on the quiet promenade of Torino di Sangro, practically attached to Fossacesia Marina, you can reach the beach on foot from our facility, without crossing any roads.
Ideal for families, you can enjoy a large sea-view pool with slides, a multi-purpose tennis court, a five-a-side football field, a playground for children and a mini-market where you can buy bread and fruit, and fresh vegetables every day. We also offer a bike rental service, a free WI-FI connection throughout the facility and an entertainment service in July and August (with mini club for young children)
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Our restaurant offers delicious local dishes, both fish and meat, and a pizzeria that is open in the evening. We also offer a take-away service, for those wishing to eat comfortably on the veranda of their cottage / bungalow.
ALL AROUND US, THE COAST OF TRABOCCHI
About 40 km long, which will soon be entirely served by one of the most striking bike paths in Europe, the Costa dei Trabocchi, in Abruzzo, extends from Ortona to San Salvo and in recent years has proven to be one of the most popular destinations for tourists in search of authentic holidays where they can relax and enjoy nature.
Away from the most common tourist routes, this stretch of the Adriatic coast, rich in pristine picture postcard landscapes, has both sandy and pebbly beaches and is the ideal destination for those who want a complete travel experience that includes the sea, mountain excursions,
cycle tourism and local food and wine to taste, and dozens of quaint villages to discover.
POINTS OF INTEREST AND RELATIVE DISTANCES FROM CAMPING
Towns and Cities
Sangro War Cemetery 3 km,
Abbazia di San Giovanni in Venere 7 km,
Castle of Roccascalegna 34 km,
Lecceta Natural Reserve 1km,
Oasi di Serranella 20 km,
Grotte del Cavallone 50 km,
Gole di Fara San Martino 40 km,
Majella National Park 65 km.
The costa dei Trabocchi is that stretch of the Adriatic coast of the province of Chieti (Abruzzo) marked by the widespread trabocco, a fishing machine on stilts. It is a stretch of coast that is famous throughout Italy for its natural beauty and for its heterogeneity: each of the towns along the coast has kept its own character and traditions.
This protected area extends over an area of about 300 hectares, between Casoli, Altino, and Sant’Eusanio del Sangro, all belonging to the province of Chieti, at the confluence of the Sangro and Aventino rivers.
The Castle of Roccascalegna is a defensive structure in the municipality of Roccascalegna, in the province of Chieti. Built on the top of a rocky outcrop, in a dominant position over the town, it has a very ancient foundation and underwent numerous additions between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Legend has it that the city was named Histon da Diomede and that it was originally inhabited by tribes from Dalmatia. Certainly, the Frentans settled in the area currently belonging to the municipality of Vasto (Punta Penna) in an unspecified age, who came into close contact with the Samnites and the Greek colonies of southern Italy and Sicily (including Syracuse).
The reserve extends over 175 hectares, in the municipality of Torino di Sangro, south of the mouth of the river Sangro, close to the coast of the trabocchi, the symbol of this reserve is the Hermann Tortoise, although the reasons why it became a protected area, and environmentally important since 1971, are due to the mixed Mediterranean vegetation in which the holm oak is the most representative species.
This is one of 24 Italian national parks with the peculiarity of being a relatively compact area. In fact, its area is surrounds the large limestone massif of the Majella and the mountains of Morrone to the west and the Pizi and Porrara mountains to the east. The highest mountain in the park is Mount Amaro (2,793 metres).