In terms of length, the beaches of Pescara and the surrounding area on the Adriatic coast can only be compared with the beaches of Rimini. The total length of the beaches of Montesilvano, Pescara and Francavilla al Mare is about 20 km. Most of the spaces are occupied by comfortable paid beaches, where you can rent an umbrella and sun loungers for both 1 day and immediately for the whole season. By the way, many locals do just that, buy an umbrella for the whole season and come there at will. You can book an umbrella through the multilingual online platform VA-MARE.COM Someone appears there every day, and someone a couple of times a week. Of course, each of these cities has free beaches where you can spread your towel and sunbathe. The beach season in Pescara starts in mid-May and ends in mid-September.
The entire length of the beaches is sandy with a gentle, convenient entrance. This is very attractive for tourists with children, who can frolic and swim in the coastal strip at least 10 meters wide. From the water's edge and up to 10 meters into the sea, the depth does not exceed 1 meter.
Almost all beach establishments have their own restaurants, cafes or bars, so you don't have to think about where to dine.
All beaches are regularly cleaned, there are equipped changing rooms and showers, most beaches have children's playgrounds, many beaches have volleyball courts.
For lovers of cycling, all 3 cities have a single bike path, along which you can move comfortably without interfering with pedestrians and cars.
Getting to Pescara is easy enough.
Pescara Airport is located just 5 kilometers from the city center, the closest major airports to Pescara are in Ancona, Bari and Rome. Abruzzo Airport receives many flights, both domestic and international. London, Milan, Bucharest, Malta, Brussels, Barcelona, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Tirano, Palermo, this is not a complete list of cities from where direct flights arrive to Pescara. The geography and frequency of flights are constantly increasing.
Buses run to Pescara from Fiumicino and Rome.
Coming from Fiumicino to Pescara you need to exit the arrivals terminal (T-3), turn right and walk along the terminal. You will be taken to the bus station from where buses leave for Pescara. The road will take about 4 hours, but it is not difficult to transfer it in a comfortable bus. On the way, you will pass the picturesque places of Lazio and Abruzzo. The price of the trip is about 20 euros, but it all depends on the carrier.
If you need to get to Pescara from Rome, buses and trains run from Tiburtina station. The train ride will cost you about 15 euros and will take 3.5 hours, and by bus it will only take a little more than 2 hours.
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