It all began back in the 60s, when a businessman from the Emilia Romagna region began a long journey that took him the length of the peninsula, looking for the right opportunity. One day he stopped at a country farm near the sea in Cologna Spiaggia, near Roseto, where he was welcomed by a young, smiling woman who offered him a glass of homemade wine and a slice of cake cooked in the traditional copper pan, and began telling him about her land and its unusual beach, sometimes sandy and sometimes pebbly, where the sounds of the sea and the seagulls can be heard at dust. It was love at first sight.
It was the Abruzzo hospitality and warmth, the uncontaminated nature, the beautiful blue sea that gave life to the Stork Camping Village. The reception, restaurant, hygiene facilities and bays for tents and caravans were built. With the 1970s the first foreign holidaymakers started arriving: the Germans with the first camper vans and the Dutch with their colourful tents. Over the following years the masonry bungalows were built, and the beach was equipped, until 2000 when the residence and the swimming pools were built.
A campsite with a long history that is relived in the tales of the grandchildren and children of the first campers there, with just one leading actor: the hospitality of the people from Abruzzo.