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Dimore Montane is immersed in the Maiella National Park, in the Roccamorice municipality. We offer cosy, modern rooms, glamping with furnished tents and wooden cabins, outdoor relaxing zone and full-service camping ground and a very good restaurant, just 25 minutes from the motorway exit.
Allow yourself the luxury of listening to the silence of nature and discovering the cheerful sounds of the forest. Breathe in the crisp, clean mountain air, immerse yourself in the vivid colours, and taste genuine, enveloping flavours, while we offer you an impeccable accommodation.
Sleeping in the Maiella National Park
In our forest of more than 20,000 square metres, every family, couple, or group of friends is sure to have an authentic experience close to nature. Choose the accommodation that suits you best, with options for bed and breakfast and don't forget to try our restaurant!
Eat, relax, explore
If you are looking for something different than just a hotel, or if a holiday for you means gathering, conviviality, reconnecting with nature, Dimore Montane is the ideal place to spend your holidays and weekends out of town.
Outings for experts and beginners, activities for children and adults, climbing, trekking, mountain biking, e-bike tours, bungee jumping, visits to hermitages, villages, places of historical and scenic interest: see everything you can do just a few minutes from our hotel.
Abruzzo, Italy’s hidden treasure
Dimore Montane is located 700 m above sea level in the municipality of Roccamorice, an ancient and picturesque stone village nestled within the Maiella National Park in Abruzzo. The characteristic combination of hermitages, villages, and wild nature in the area is sure to surprise you.
Unknown to many around the world and even in Italy, Abruzzo is a region of unspoilt lands waiting to be discovered. A protected natural environment rich in history, it is one of Europe’s green lungs thanks to its three national parks, regional park, and thirty-seven nature reserves.
The height of the Apennine ridge makes Abruzzo one of the most mountainous regions in Italy, while its 130 km of coastline alternates between stretches of fine sandy beaches, small coves, and beautiful cliffs. This is a source of pride for the people of Abruzzo, who will often tell you that they have ‘both the sea and the mountains’.