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The coastal areas of Abruzzo are low quake risk. Not no risk but low. The apennine mountain areas are high risk. But those mountains start at just south of the Alps and head almost all the way down.

The only no quake areas are some of the coastal Puglia areas. But I'm not sure they are really zero risk.
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Is the title of this thread incorrect? Should it be, How hard is it to find a quiet place to live in a Sicilian city? The answer to the actual question is easy; Italy has vast tracts of undisturbed countryside. The answer to the alternative question is harder.
Oh I can answer that question... Impossible

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Puglia is quieter.
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OK, though even in Sicily there are areas that are really quiet, like Mondello. And as mentioned I'm not really decided on Sicily at all, really anywhere in Italy I'd consider. I've spent two months in Sicily in total, all in Palermo, and most of noise came from street traffic - the neighbors were generally pretty quiet.
abruzzo is one of italys best kept secrets been living here for 14 years and still love it

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As a seasoned experienced renter in italy( 7 years in 6 provinces ) I believe it will be difficult but not impossible to find a quiet dwelling in bella italia.

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one word Abruzzo

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