Monte Cairo trekking

There are many trails that start from and arrive at Monte Cairo, with its famous beech woods close to the summit, and you can do countless hikes and walks that have as a starting point Colle San Magno. In addition to St Benedict’s Way, you can reach the summit of Read more…

Lake Bolsena

Lake Bolsena is the fifth largest Italian lake and was formed by the evolution of the Cimini volcanic system. The lake has only one outflow and that is the Marta river. Its waters are crystal clear as a result of different underwater sources and it is a perfect habitat for Read more…

Countryside of Lake Bolsena

The whole area around the lake is equipped for sports activities such as mountain bike trails, trekking and riding schools. In particular, a series of paths leads to discover the surrounding countryside with breath-taking views of the lake and its sunsets. You can go horseback riding with the butteri, the Read more…

Barco Borghese

The Barco Borghese is an artificial esplanade built on about 180 underground rooms with concrete vaults dating back to the Roman period, to the first century BC. Perhaps these were the foundations of a villa. Among the facilities we can recognize tanks and warehouses, but it is not yet clear Read more…

“Coelum Speluncarum” Time Park

The park is an installation of some architectural elements that are particularly affected by the sun’s rays in some periods of the year and allow us to observe and reflect on the relationship between the earth and the star today and in history. Engraved marble slabs represent the constellations and Read more…

Castelli Romani Park

The Castelli Romani Park includes 15 municipalities around the crater of an old volcanic system. The area has a unique blend of history, art and nature with two crater lakes and many forests. Very important during the Roman period it had its glory in the Renaissance. The cool climate, the Read more…

Sforza Cesarini Park

The Sforza Cesarini Park is unique in the Castelli Romani for its charming and magical English style. It covers a slope from the town centre arriving on the shores of Lake Nemi. Duke Lorenzo Sforza Cesarini dedicated it to his wife of British origin Caroline Shirley. You can see a Read more…