Characteristic above all the district of Capo d'Atri, that of Santa Maria and that of San Giovanni (near Porta San Domenico), with tiny streets that sometimes allow the passage of only one person at a time.
The Concathedral Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta, a national monument, was built around 1260 and finished in 1305. The church was built on the Church of Sancta Maria de Hatria (IX century), which was built on a Roman cistern that it became a crypt, built in turn on a temple of Hercules resting on very ancient cyclopean walls still visible in the crypt. And then there is the Villa Comunale, from where you can admire a wonderful view of the Adriatic. If the weather allows it then in the afternoon, perhaps after a lunch on site, tasting local products such as Atri's pecorino, oil, wine, liquorice, in 5 minutes we could reach the natural reserve of the Atri calanchi, unique, to be discovered!