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Lanuvio is one of the oldest towns in the Castelli Romani, an ancient pre-Roman city and a crossroads between the Via Appia and the entrance to the sea. It has a pretty old town with medieval city walls and a unique view. Here you will find wine and gastronomy specialties. In the Lanuvio area the wine "Colli Lanuvini DOC" is produced, but also a wide variety of other typical products. The town also has typical bakeries where you can taste cakes, pizzas with a glass of Castelli Romani wine.


Genzano is a small town on the volcanic Lake Nemi with a medieval town centre. On the highest point in the village center of Genzano is the Palazzo Sforza Cesarini, with its nineteenth century garden, which can be visited with guided tours. In Genzano takes place every year in June the Flower Festival, the Infiorata, a large and well-known folk festival.


Nemi is a small characteristic town in the area of ​​the Castelli Romani, stands picturesquely on the slope above the blue crater lake "Lago di Nemi", surrounded by steep forest flanks. Enjoy the practically traffic-free town of Nemi and the beautiful view of the lake, Genzano di Roma and the sea. In the strawberry town of Nemi you can taste local products such as the famous wild strawberries, honey, wine and "ciambelline" (squiggles). In the bars / restaurants high above the lake you can also enjoy the strawberries (fragole di Nemi) in the form of tarts or together with a "gelato". Below Nemi is the lake (Lago di Nemi), on the shore of which is the Museum of Roman Ships and where thousand-year-old legends of the goddess Diana are woven. There are various beautiful hiking trails around Lake Nemi.


Ariccia is very close to Genzano di Roma. Visit the majestic Palazzo Chigi and the Chiesa dell'Assunta, architectural masterpieces of Baroque art and the Bernini school. The beautiful park of the palace can also be visited with guided tours. The fine-tasting specialty porchetta (suckling pig) comes from the area of ​​Ariccia, which you can taste and also buy here. ​

Castel Gandolfo

Castel Gandolfo is a typical town of the Castelli Romani, located on Lake Albano (Lago di Albano), with a beautiful view of the lake, sea and Rome. Here is the Pope's summer residence, the magic of untouched nature, and there are beautiful hiking trails around the lake, where you can also swim in summer. From Castel Gandolfo you can enjoy a beautiful panorama over Lake Albano (Lago di Albano), which conveys the magic of a still untouched nature.

South of Rom Sea

Numerous beautiful towns and dreamlike bathing resorts await you on the southern Lazio coast. Visit Anzio, Sabaudia, San Felice Circeo, Terracina and Sperlonga with the beautiful beaches. 

Anzio, a once famous town on the Lazio coast near Rome, is associated with the figure of the Emperor Nero, who had his villa built over the sea. The most beautiful bathing beaches are just north of Anzio near the Riserva Naturale di Tor Caldara park.

The municipality of San Felice Circeo, like that of Sabaudia, is entirely inserted in the territory of the Circeo National Park. Torre Paola beach is a long strip of coastal dunes that separates the lake from the sea.

Sperlonga is an ancient town with characteristic white houses and narrow streets. From here you can enjoy an impressive panorama over the sea and the surrounding hills, which drop steeply to the sea.

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