Bruschetta Festival

One of the most beautiful festivals in Casaprota, in the Sabino territory, dedicated entirely to bruschetta, queen of Italian antipasto. Whether it is seasoned with tomatoes and basil, meat or simply salt and oil raw, there is no person who does not like bruschetta, and if they tell you otherwise Read more…

Oil of Sabina

The oil of Sabina from this area was known and appreciated since the times of the Romans who came to stock up for the year. This oil was known from the song by Virgil Aeneid VII. Its origins go far back in time, and the olive tree arrived from the Read more…

Bruschetta Festival

Made strictly with artisan bread, the bruschetta slices of bread are “passed” on embers and sprinkled with fresh olive oil ‘crudo’. The bruschetta brings out the best in the precious Casaprota extra virgin olive and is served for free for the tasting. It is a great starter for a basic Read more…

Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie

Santa Maria delle Grazie, near the municipal cemetery, dates back to the sixteenth century and is one of the places of pilgrimage for the image of the Virgin that was considered miraculous by the population. From the church you can enjoy incredible views of the entire valley and the Soratte.

San Domenico Church

The church is located inside the medieval village and was built in the mid-fifteenth century by modifying an earlier Romanesque church. The church has a very simple fa├žade, that almost merges with the houses in the medieval centre while inside there are valuable works of art.

Guide of Casaprota

Casaprota is located along the Via Salaria, the road that brought the salt from Sabina, northeast of Rome. In this area there were many Roman villas and people who lived in the valley until the arrival of the Barbarian invasions. Around the tenth century, the population sought refuge on the Read more…

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