Caramanico Terme is a comune and town in the province of Pescara in the Abruzzo region of Italy, situated near the confluence of the Orfento and Orta rivers, on a hilltop between the Monte Morrone and the Majella mountains.
The town takes its name from either cara, meaning rock, or from arimannia, a Lombard establishment in the late Middle Ages. Then the name Terme was added in 1960 because of the presence of a spa nearby.
The present settlement is recorded since Lombard times. Then it underwent a remarkable development in the 14th-15th centuries, under the D'Aquino family, and in that period many important monuments were built.
- Church of S. Maria Maggiore (15th century)
- Romanesque church of St. Tommaso, founded in the 13th century in honor of Thomas of Canterbury.
- Archaeological Museum "P. Barrasso"
- Museum of Abruzzo and Italy Fauna