The small and characteristic medieval town of Casalbordino, in the province of Chieti, is located on a hill at 201 metres above sea level. between the rivers Osento and Sinello, a short distance from the Adriatic coast and a few kilometres from Vasto. The historic centre preserves a tower, which is part of the medieval walls, and the eighteenth-century church of San Salvatore. In the main square dedicated to Umberto I stands the imposing civic tower, inaugurated in 1901. In Miracoli, there is the Sanctuary of the Madonna dei Miracoli, consecrated on 11 August 1962. Its origin dates back to the apparition of the Virgin Mary to Alessandro Muzio di Pollutri, which took place on 11 June 1576. A rich Benedictine Monastic Library is attached to the Monastery. The local economy is mainly agricultural, flanked by tourism for several decades, thanks to its large sandy lido and accommodation facilities (hotels, holiday centers and camping) that offer warm hospitality and make you taste the typical local dishes, especially seafood. From the Lido di Casalbordino you can reach the spectacular rocky promontory of Punta Aderci and the Natural Reserve of the same name, following a dirt road that runs alongside the former railway track. In the nearby municipality of Pollutri, there is the Regional Nature Reserve Bosco di Don Venanzio, which can also be reached by bicycle.
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