A Picturesque Farmhouse For Your Vacations In Italy
In the stunning region of Abruzzo lies Dimora Morello, a picturesque farmhouse for your vacations in Italy. You and your family can enjoy a picturesque property settled between the Apennine mountains and the Adriatic sea, among the rolling hills and a truffle rich valley. Our 200-year-old villa provides spacious suites with original tile floors. Choose your view from a sunlit mountain range to the sparkling ocean, both complete with miles of terracotta rooftops and perfectly aligned farms for miles.
We will escort you to places never imagined, including incredible green spaces under the Gran Sasso that are sure to cleanse your mind and spirit. For our more adventurous guests, we will explore the untouched woodland areas to gather truffles with the guidance of an expert truffle hunter. Dimora Morello is a culinary oasis, complete with the finest ingredients provided by the perfectly enriched environment. If cooking is your passion, we have kept the perfect recipes. Our in-house chefs will walk you through every step of preparing the most delectable Italian meal. Tours of local wine, olive oil, and cheese facilities will not only give you a taste of the local culture, but the inspiration to carry on the traditions in your home.
Your Vacations in Italy
We are proud to present our home away from home in the lovely Poggio Morello, Abruzzo. Travelers searching for the absolute best of east Italy are now discovering our region on the Eastern side of Central Italy, nestled between the incredibly dramatic mountainside and a direct view of the Adriatic Sea. The Adriatic coastline has been recognized as a beach mecca for years, perhaps more so than any other in Central Italy. Here in Poggio Morello, you will find a sanctuary, places where time has truly stood still.
Poggio Morello is a small town in the province of Teramo, occupying the summit of one of the hillsides near the Salinello River Valley, only about ten kilometers from the Adriatic Coast. Poggio Morello was an autonomous territory up to the early nineteenth century. During the “French Decade” (1806-1815), The Great Reorganization of Napoleon in the Reign of Naples incorporated Poggio Morello into the Commune of Sant’Omero, which is currently divided.