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Choosing Sabaudia for your vacation means diving into a crystal-clear sea, sunbathing on a 20 km long golden beach that turns pink, yellow, and white in spring, resting under centuries-old oaks in the National Park, hiking the rocky paths of the Circeo promontory, and biking along trails chosen by herons and kingfishers as their resting spots during long flights. Choosing Sabaudia means all this and more…


A promontory, an island, over 20 km of dunes facing the sea, four coastal lakes, over 3000 hectares of forest, hundreds of animal and plant species, the historic centers of Sabaudia and San Felice, marvels like the Villa of Domitian and Borgo di Fogliano. Humans have lived here since prehistoric times, maintaining a balance between their presence and the surrounding environment. Prepare to discover an astonishing mosaic of nature and history, environments, and traditions. Get ready to immerse yourself in the Circeo National Park… find more here.


The entire archipelago, especially Ponza, once lush with Mediterranean scrub, later became Roman territory. The islands were the site of many occupations and often used for segregation. Agrippina Minor and her sister Livilla were exiled here after plotting against Emperor Caligula. The island was uninhabited after Saracen and Turkish raids until it was repopulated in the 1700s by settlers from Ischia and Campania… Read more.


SaUnlike most Italian cities with ancient origins, Sabaudia was founded on August 5, 1933, as part of the extensive reclamation of the Pontine Marshes, which also saw the founding of Littoria (now Latina), Aprilia, Pomezia, and Pontinia. Sabaudia was inaugurated on April 15, 1934, after 253 days of work. The city resulted from a design competition organized by the reclamation authority…  Read more.


Near the current Abbey of Valvisciolo stood the ancient Volscian city of Sulmo, mentioned by Virgil in the Aeneid. The expansion of the Pontine marshes and Saracen invasions pushed Sulmo’s inhabitants to move to present-day Sermoneta, known by this name since the 11th century. It became a Free Commune and soon submitted to the Caetani family (1297), who made it the center of their domains in southern Lazio… Read more.


Declared a Natural Monument by the Lazio Region in 2000, the Ninfa Garden is a historical garden of international fame. It includes the river Ninfa, a lake formed by it, and surrounding areas that protect the entire complex. It also includes the Pantanello Natural Park, inaugurated on December 15, 2009. The name Ninfa derives from a Roman-era temple dedicated to the Naiad Nymphs… Read more.


20 km from the beaches of Formia and Minturno, just beyond the border separating Latina and Frosinone provinces, is Pastena, a Volscian castle revived in 1227 by the Del Drago family. Pastena is famous for its karst caves, among the most interesting in Italy. The visit to these caves satisfies landscape/naturalistic curiosityRead more

Piana delle Orme

This theme park within the agritourism hosts one of the world’s largest and most diverse collections. Dedicated to the 20th century, it covers over 30,000 sqm, showcasing traditions and culture of peasant life, the great reclamation works of the Pontine Marshes, World War II, early industrialization vehicles, and toys from the past. It’s a museum for all ages, where children and adults can rediscover and relive… Read more.


Located near Rome, Zoomarine opened in 2005 and quickly became one of the top family parks. It features one of the world’s best dolphin shows, demonstrations with sea lions, seals, birds of prey, and tropical birds, and aquatic species like pelicans, flamingos, and penguins. The park offers acrobatic shows, pools, and mechanical attractions. In November 2015, it became part of the Dolphin Discovery Group, the world’s largest dolphinarium company… Read more.

Rainbow MagicLand

A theme park in Valmontone, near Rome, featuring numerous attractions, shops, dining areas, and performance spaces. The park has a strong thematic focus, covering diverse themes from Mayan ruins to Steampunk, prehistoric dolmens, castles, and architecture from various eras. The main theme is magic. MagicLand hosts unique attractions and features mascots like Gattobaleno, the Winx, and characters from Rainbow studio’s cartoons.. Read More.