Properties and homes for sale in Castelvecchio Calvisio
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Abruzzo offers a wide range attractions: nature, arts, food mixed together with
its rich historical, cultural and ethnical heritage. In Abruzzo , in few miles you can swim in a wonderful sea and you can explore forests or climb on high mountain in Abruzzo National Park .
Buying a house in Castelvecchio Calvisio, you will have the possibility to discover Abruzzo and to live surrounded by nature with magnificent landscapes.
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