Things to see and do - Pescara
Unmissable tourist sites
Pescara Travel guide
Pescara : Michelin's recommendations
A port and seaside resort on the Adriatic, and standing at the foot of the rugged, spectacular Abruzzi hills, this modern town was the birthplace of the symbolist poet and dandy Gabriele D'Annunzio (1863-1938) who aimed to make his life a work of art. Admirers of the poet can visit the estate at Gardone Riviera on the banks of Lake Garda where he lived and is buried.
Via M.Forti 14 I - 65122 Pescara
The Hotel Alba is set in a charming building from the early 20th century, right in the heart of Pescara, just 200 metres from the sea. This charming hotel has been carefully refurbished and retains its old-world charm. It is tastefully decorated ..
Via Vasco De Gama 41 I - 65126 Pescara
Prix Prices from : 76 €
Gardenia Hotel is just 500 metres from Pescara Harbour for ferries to the Tremiti Islands. It offers free parking, a sun terrace and air-conditioned rooms, each one with free Wi-Fi and an LCD TV. All rooms at the Gardenia feature a minibar and a pri..
Piazza Sacro Cuore 55 I - 65122 Pescara
Prix Prices from : 80 €
Best Western Plaza lies in the commercial heart of Pescara, 300 metres from the beach, Pescara Train Station, and the bus terminal. Pescara Abruzzo Airport is 5 km away. Rooms at the Hotel Plaza offer air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, and TVs with satel..
via Paolucci 79 I - 65121 Pescara
The owner of this stylish restaurant on the seafront is a sturdy upholder of a family tradition that calls for a delightful touch of the sea both in the environment and in the culinary specialties it offers.
piazza Le Laudi 2 I - 65129 Pescara
The colours, fragrances and decor of this restaurant housed in an exclusive bathing establishment have an elegant, exotic feel. The highly experienced chef creates modern Italian cuisine, with fish specialities taking pride of place on the menu.
corso Manthoné 46 I - 65127 Pescara
A beautifully kept trattoria serving flavoursome dishes inspired by the gastronomic traditions of the Abruzzo. Some of the dishes, such as the fried pecora cheese, are quite unusual. The wine cellars boast Roman and medieval remains and can be visite..
via De Amicis 41 I - 65123 Pescara
Modern, simple establishment, family-run and orientated; seafood specialities according to the day's fishing, meat on request, wine cellar with regional wines.
piazza 1° Maggio 46 I - 65122 Pescara
corso Manthonè 58 I - 65127 Pescara
This trattoria takes its name from the street where the writer D'Annunzio once lived. The young staff serve local seasonal cuisine that is full of flavour, including specialities such as roast Abruzzo mountain lamb and potatoes.