Rome Fiumicino airport pick up at 14:30 and transfer to the ancient Roman town of Vasto on the Adriatic Coast after crossing beautiful Abruzzo mountains looking at amazing landscapes. After checking at charming and family run Hotel San Marco in the historical downtown, get to know your guide and learn more about the 7-day Italian cookery holiday and enjoy a welcome dinner in a traditional restaurant in the heart of Vasto.
Pricing in Euro is €1695 per person. Our conversion in the booking system at time of print was AUD$2512. Final price will be based on conversion rates at time of booking.
*All prices are land only and based on double or single occupancy.
There is no single-room supplement.
Airfare and travel insurance are not included.
6 Nights accommodation in double or single
occupancy (no single-room supplement),
All meals and breakfasts (food, water & wine) in selected restaurants except lunch or dinner on day 4 or 6
4 hands-on cooking classes,
daily trips and excursions,
pick-up and drop-off at Rome Fiumicino airport,
personalized cooking booklet and apron,
all entry fees for excursions, tours and wine, olive oil and cheese tastings,
English-speaking tour manager throughout the duration, all taxes included.
Green and Just a Short Drive from Rome Abruzzo is just a short drive from Rome and considered the greenest region in Europe with three National Parks and many protected areas and species such as bears, wolves, lynx and Golden Eagles.
Mountains and a Coastline Abruzzo spreads from the Apennine mountains to the Adriatic sea so that you can admire the highest mountains of the Apennines, the Corno Grande directly from its coast. It is this huge variety of landscapes and seascapes that make it an ideal place to have a painting holiday.
A Different Approach Trabocchi: Charming old fishing huts created in the eighteenth century that protrude ‘into the sea’ and provide a safer way to fish in the Adriatic. They make a perfect traditional base for fishing experiences, cooking, painting and pottery classes and are unique to Abruzzo.
A Gastronomic Heritage Abruzzo and her four provinces: Teramo, L’Aquila, Pescara and Chieti have a very diverse gastronomic heritage that includes wine, pasta alla chitarra (homemade pasta worked with a particular instrument called guitar), extra-virgin olive oil, cheeses, salami, truffle, saffron and fish soups. Explore it through our cooking holidays.
Natural Hospitality Authenticity and natural hospitality of the people, the value and warmth of human relationships, tranquility, slow pace of life.
Off-the-Beaten-Track Abruzzo remains unknown and off the beaten to many non Italians, for that reason that we can give you the special attention you deserve and we can offer a unique and affordable experience compared to those holidaying in Tuscany.
Reawaken and Remember Abruzzo and her people the Abruzzese will reawaken your senses and provide an unforgettable Italian holiday you will never forget!