Rome, the capital of Italy, is situated about 95 miles (153 kilometers) west of Bomba, while Naples is 80 miles (129 kilometers) to the south.
From firmly-established, must-see spots to hidden gems that await the more intrepid traveler, the area around Bomba is wonderfully endowed with natural and cultural attractions. Rocca San Giovanni, lies roughly 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the south. Go there to experience the Town Square and Cantina Frentana Winery.
Vasto, is another good spot to explore. It is around 18 miles (29 kilometers) from Bomba and offers a diverse range of points of interest, for example Palazzo d'Avalos, Loggia Amblingh and Vasto Aqualand. If you're still looking for things to do in the city centre, why not stop by Punta Penna Beach and Vasto Beach before heading back to Bomba.
Travelers who visit Italy usually take time to explore the farms, lighthouses and street art dotted throughout the region. To really understand a region, you need to learn a little local history. Italy's colorful historic bridges are a marvellous place to start.
The Italy area has some great places for rafting, so ensure you leave time to fit that in. Fishing is another popular activity here. This region also boasts some truly unique adventures such as paragliding.
When the time comes to head back to the normality of home, you'll be bidding Bomba a sad Ciao (farewell).