Lettomanoppello is a small town (about 3000 inhabitants) in the Province of Pescara and in the Maiella National Park. It was named from the Latin denomination: Terra Lecti Prope Manoppellum. In fact, its medieval history is strictly connected to the near Manoppello’s one.
The village is featured by a tangle of stone-made buildings from which the church of St. Nicola and the town hallstand out. The economy of Lettomanoppello, once based on sheep-farming , extraction of asphalt and Majella white stone processing, today is oriented towards tourism thanks to its delicious wines and food, the ski district Passo Lanciano-Majelletta and the stunning landscapes all round.