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Roseto Capo Spulico


Nothing strikes you more, strolling through the narrow streets of Roseto Capo Spulico, than the splendid sea that stands out in front of the town, blue, clear and sparkling. Here the climate is always mild and it seems that the name of the village derives precisely from the roses, whose blossoming, thanks to these ideal conditions, embellishes the village all year round. An ancient village, Roseto was born in the 10th century and reached its maximum splendour in 1200, a period in which the Castrum Petrae Roseti was built, which today houses the town hall and the Museum of Rural Civilisation; in addition to the Castle, other traces of the medieval past can be found along the coast in the remains of the watchtower, known as the Capo Spulico or Torre Spaccata tower.

Roseto Capo Spulico

87070 Roseto Capo Spulico CS, Italia

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