Pescara is the most populous city and the capital city of the Pescara Region. It is also one of the most beautiful seaside destinations in the region, owing to its nearly 20 kilometers sprawling coastline on both sides of the city.
In fact, Pescara is the only Italian city where the beaches are located so close to the city center. As a result, Pescara has a unique and enviable coastline, and its beaches offer some of the most stunning views of the Adriatic Sea.
If you want to make the best of your holiday to Pescara and you don’t want to miss out on the beaches, then it is best to rent a car. There are many car hire companies in Pescara, and it is possible to easily compare car rental plans online. In the city are com are car hire companies such as Goldcar, Surprice, National, Thrifty, Payless, Avis, Global Rent a Car, Dollar, Rhodium, Enterprise, Green Motion, InterRent, Alamo, Europcar, Sixt, Keddy By Europcar, Firefly, Budget, Hertz, Flizzr etc. You can also find cars at the airport. You can even do a car rental comparison once you arrive in Pescara and check into your resort or hotel. Getting cheap car rentals in Pescara is relatively easy as there is a rental car to fit every budget here.
Since most beaches in Pescara are located close to the city center, you can easily park your rental car at the city center and walk down to the golden sandy beaches.
To visit the best beaches in Pescara, you should begin your trip from the coast of Abruzzo, which offers mile after mile of golden sand. The beaches here are clean and well-maintained. There are many bars and restaurants that dot the shore. There are also many water sports and fun activities you can take part in, including fishing, diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, and sailing. North from Abruzzo, bordering with Le Marche, you can enjoy yourself at the beautiful beaches of Martinsicuro.
If you drive your car rental south, past the famous resorts of Tortoreto and Roseto, you will reach the resort of Pineto, which is the most southern resort in Teramo. Pineto is famous for beaches that are separated from the town by shady pinewood growth. This is the perfect family vacation spot, and it is also relatively quieter than the other beaches. You can see the clear sea for kilometers on end and even go swimming in low tide. This is a modern beach area that has been ideally designed keeping families with children in mind.
If you head south of Pescara, you will find that the coastline changes dramatically from the wide sandy beaches to magnificent cliffs and secluded bays. This is an ideal place for scuba diving as you get all the time in the world to admire the crystal clear depths of the crystalline Adriatic Sea. A fun activity to do here is to catch your own lunch and enjoy a barbecue on the beach. This place is referred to as the Trabocchi coastline, named after the many picturesque wooden fishing platforms that dot the shallows.
Francavilla (south of Pescara) and Montesilvano (north of Pescara) are also excellent places to visit to check out the mesmerizing beaches here.