Rome, the national capital, is about 95 miles (153 kilometers) to the southwest of Giulianova.
Piazza Roma and the Dello Splendore Museum are great spots to visit in Giulianova.
To find out why so many people decide on Italy as a place to vacation, ensure you and your loved ones spend a bit more time in the wider area. Head 15 miles (24 kilometers) northeast to Teramo, where you can enjoy the Cathedral of San Berardo and Chiesa di Santa Maria delle Grazie.
Ascoli Piceno is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Giulianova. This center includes a diverse range of points of interest, like Piazza Arringo, Porta Gemina and Church of St. Francis. Chiesa di Santa Maria del Lago, Piazza del Popolo and Ventidio Basso Theater are just a few of the many other interesting attractions that await.
Visitors with an interest in history won't want to miss the area's fine old fortresses, historic palaces and historic bridges. Should the weather turns nasty; don't worry, Italy boasts a wide range of craft workshops, history museums and mansions, that'll keep you happily occupied.
If the best holiday for you and your family is focussed on being outdoors and rugging up against the cold weather, this region will be perfect. Snowboarding is popular here. Cross-country skiing is also common. There are many ways for thrill seekers to enjoy the wide open spaces in and around Giulianova. Hiking and mountain biking are just two popular ways active visitors can get their fix.
As your adventures here draw to a close, spend what's left of your euros on last-minute keepsakes and bid a fond Ciao (farewell) to the people you've met and the spots you've enjoyed.