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How to visit the Nature Reserve and Punta Aderci Beach? Here are 5 ways we recommend

Punta Aderci Nature Reserve is located in Vasto, on the Costa dei Trabocchi in Abruzzoand can be considered one of the most beautiful places in Abruzzo and in Italy. Precisely because of its beauty, it is visited by thousands of people every year.

In this short article we will recommend 5 ways to reach the Punta Aderci Nature Reserve and to visit it in the best possible way.

On foot

It is one of the most sustainable ways to get to experience the Punta Aderci reserve. You can walk directly to the Punta Penna beach (by parking the car near the port or by getting off the bus nearby) also crossing the Libertini beach. Consider, in this case, to be minimally slack as the route takes about an hour and includes an uphill stretch of path to go up the Libertini beach and continue towards Punta Aderci.

The Punta Aderci beach can also be reached starting from Casalbordino Lido and along the former disused railway track on which (in the near future) the cycle and pedestrian path of the Costa dei Trabocchi will be open. Also in this case consider about an hour of walking.

By bike

Cycling is one of the most appropriate and sustainable ways to visit and learn about the Punta Aderci reserve. In fact, with the bike you can get directly to the beach and take the path that climbs the promontory. It will also be easy to visit the many views (like the one in the photo in this article) that allow a special view of the promontory. You can also reach the reserve from Casalbordino Lido along the former railway line (which we advised you to walk on before).

By canoe

During the summer season it is possible, if you do not already have your own, to rent canoes at the information box on the beach of Punta Penna. From here it is possible to reach the stretch of sea that is located under the promontory of Punta Aderci and thus the beach passing under the Trabocco. Keep in mind that in calm sea conditions, it takes about two hours to get there and back.

On horseback

In the vicinity of the nature reserve there are some riding stables that allow you to organize horseback riding through the reserve, also reaching the beach of Punta Aderci. Breathtaking is to do this experience at sunset.

By car

It is certainly the least recommended way for sustainability and practicality. However, by car you can reach the entrance of the Punta Aderci nature reserve, but you will necessarily have to park it in the only parking available. From here you can walk to the beach and the promontory which are about 1 km from the car park, during the summer there is a paid shuttle bus that will take you from the car park near the beach and vice versa.

Photo by Roberto De Ficis. Join Viaggiando Abruzzo (official group) to see more photos and to send yours.

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