The neighbouring towns
Amongst the places in the surroundings of Giulianova worthy of particular mention located in the Province of Teramo: we remember the main historical monuments such as the ancient 12th century cathedral, the Roman theatre, the Church of Saint Anna, the ancient 6th century cathedral, the Church of Saint Anthony and the Church of the Madonna of the Graces.
The small town of Mosciano S. Angelo where we find the Convent of Seven Brothers, an ex Benedictine Monastery that is famous for its medieval bell tower and its various 17th century frescoes.
The small town of Atri, famous for its Cathedral, the Roman era Town Hall, the cloister, the 15th century bell tower, the Capitolare Museum with its painted majolica, the Acquaviva Ducal Palace (first half of the 14th century). The Sanctuary of Saint Gabriel of the Addolorata, one the biggest, most frequented religious centres in Italy.
Castelli, a town famous for centuries of artistic ceramic production where you can also the mother church of Saint John the Baptist, the small church of Saint Donato and the Ceramic museum. Cittadella del Tronto, famous for the Bourbon fortress founded around the millennium during the Spanish domination and the Abbey of Montesanto, a Benedictine monastery which, according to tradition, was built in 542 at the behest of Saint Benedict of Norcia, one of the region’s most important.
Campli, rich in history and art. Standing out amongst its monuments are the Farnese Palace (14th century)., the Church of Saint Maria in Platea, the Holy Stair (18th century), the 14th century Romanesque Church of Saint Francis and the National Archaeological Museum (6th century AD).