Tusculum

Tusculum is the name of a city in which one can find the ruins in a vast area covering many communities. The true story is still uncertain, its foundation is traced to Telegono, son of Ulysses and the sorceress Circe. For sure Tusculum was an Etruscan city and was inhabited Read more…

Village of Caprile

Caprile is a medieval village and was one of the first three centres where the community of Roccasecca was formed. It is located along the road that leads to Castrocielo and lies on a slope of Mount Asprano. Caprile is a small architectural jewel with its alleys and its stairways Read more…

Way of St. Benedict at Roccasecca

From Rocccasecca the last part of the journey of Saint Benedict starts, the path that the saint has travelled in his passage from Subiaco to Montecassino where his true revolution will begin. It is a change that will lead the monasteries he has created to be points of reference for Read more…

Melfa Gorges

The gorges are the ‘green jewel’ of the Ciociaria: wild landscape between woods and cliffs, caves and the Hermitage of the Holy Spirit, between Casalvieri and Roccasecca. The gorges are one of the oldest ways of Latium joining the Liri Valley with the Comino Valley. A walking path to find Read more…

The Olmate

The origin of Olmate dates back to the 1600s, when Giuliano Cesarini, in the area of what was once the Villa of Antonini, created the tree-lined avenues with a trident spatial organization. Historians of the time defined the Olmate like a Villa. The idea of tracing the straight avenues that 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…

Archeotrekking

Archeo-trekking involves a walk in a path that combines nature, history and archeology. The path passes through the Etruscan-Roman temple of “Grasceta dei Cavallari” and the ruins of the abbey of Piantangeli, two places that have their own special charm also for the mystery that still surrounds them. The journey Read more…