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Castello Aragonese, Ortona

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  • Walking along via East of Ortona a mare, once renamed, "the Pearl of the Adriatic", you get on the promontory where dominates the ancient aragonese castle restored really well a few years ago. The view from up here, when the weather is good and little haze, is something that stunned, especially if you manage to descry the horizon the Tremiti Islands!. However there is a sore point: inside the castle there is a room where the visitor could enter to view paintings and old photos of the city and the same Castle ... too bad it's always closed (remained open to the public for the first few months of new life) and the beauty is that we organize Dek also civil marriages! Too bad maybe you could hire someone who did not work and who knows even a little history ... do something for maintenance!
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  • This iconic old castle overlooks the Adriatic sea and offers some amazing view and great photo opportunities. A must visit!  more »
  • Ancient fortress which stands on the extreme tip of Ortona, with whom, in times gone by, you could keep track of all ships that rode the waves from Pescara to Vasto. Symbol of the city, location of weddings, fashion shows and events should be taken more into consideration why it deserves! Beautiful panoramic views, fascinating evening with soft lighting, free admission
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