After four days in Jesolo with my in-laws it’s time for us to head south to sunny Abruzzo. A five hour drive, some rain on the way and the smile of my daddy to comfort us when we finally arrive at our destination. We enjoy a 5/6 course meal with him (completely vegetarian…he knows how to spoil me!) and chat about important and less important things in our lives. On the following days with my mum we organize a daily trip into the wild, an absolutely not touristic, hidden beauty on the southern coast of Abruzzo. Ripari di Giobbe, on Abruzzo seaside. A short stretch of rocky beach with beautiful water and vegetation all around. The beach is nestled into a small bay and a not clear muddy path unfolds from the road down to the sea following the movements of the steep cliff. After descending for a while the view of the bay repays your efforts. This is an uncommon way for Italians of enjoying a sunny day, on the beach there is only one bar and public toilets so the place is rather wild and poorly equipped for a normal beach life. Therefore we consider this an uncivilized area! So we make sure we bring a pic nic bag and some snacks with us.
Sunbathing and listening to the sounds of the sea, what more could we ask for? Thanks mum!
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