Casahotel Civitella is a small family-run accommodation structure that has been recently built. It is composed of 12 en-suite rooms featuring hair dryers, TV, balcony and panoramic view. Our guests really appreciate the rich buffet morning breakfast prepared with homemade sweets!
It will be a pleasure for us to give you information about the itineraries and places to visit. For those who would like to better know our territory we also organize guided trekkings and hikes all the year round.
Special rates for groups and long stays.
Visit our website to keep up to date with the offers we propose.
All the rooms have en-suite bathroom, as well as heating system, TV, telephone, hair-dryer, shower, and balcony with a view.
Civitella Alfadena is a little jewel in the Abruzzo, Lazio e Molise National Park
, it is a typical medieval village where it is possible to carry out several activities ranging from hikings on the mountains or on dedicated paths, to sunbathing on the shores of the Barrea lake, where also canoe rental is available. You can visit the museums and the temporary exhibitions, observe wolves and lynxes in their habitats. In the Camosciara Services Area it is possible to rent horses, the panoramic little train, bikes, and to light the fire for a tasty barbecue! In the village there are: bocce and five-a-side football court, game room, several business activities (hairdresser, clothes shop, souvenirs, handicrafts and local products) and a Cultural Center as well. Significant are also the initiatives and events realized by the locals: the year-end torchlight procession, the Native Scene, the Infiorata del Corpus Domini, the "Scurpella" festival, the Theater in dialect, and the folk festival week. For those who are keen on snow and skiing Civitella Alfadena lies only 18 km far from Passo Godi (ski resort mainly for families) and 18 km far from Pescasseroli (ski resort for beginners and experts).>>>
Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park
Established in 1922, it covers 50,000 hectares and an adjacent area of 80,000 hectares. It involves 3 Regions and 3 Provinces.
It represents one of the rare areas of Western Europe where it is still possible to find the Brown Bear, the Italian Chamois, the Italian Wolf, the Lynx, the Golden Eagle, and many other species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians.>>>