Breathtaking view by bike along the famous “Costa dei Trabocchi” with its wooden cabin and “arms” stretch towards the sea which connect the mainland by wooden bridges.
One time, the “Trabocchi” were sea fishing machines, narrated by D’annunzio in his works, which were used to feed many fishermen families.
An enchanting place with its quite and green surroundings brings the riders away in a truly dreamy scenario.
Up to the hills and change gear: you’re at St. John in Venus Abbey with a terrace overlooking the Adriatic sea: it was founded by monks on the ruins of a pagan temple dedicated to Venus and now is one of the most important historical symbols in Abruzzo.
From here, the panoramic terrace, which overlooks the trabocchi, offers bike lovers an unmissable stop.
Among fairytale medieval castles steeped in the smells of the past and the ancient villages, you cannot miss the tasting of “Bocconotti”, one-bite rustic pastries from Castel Frentano.