Festival of Sant’Egidio Abate

In September in Cellere the patron Sant’Egidio Abate is celebrated with a solemn mass and a procession along the streets of the town. The “carriage” with the statue of the Saint is carried through the alleys of the village accompanied by the music played by the band. The festival continues in the Read more…

Museum of Banditry  

The museum tells the history of babditry in Maremma that started after the unification of Italy presenting some historical truths. A particular attention is given to the robber Tiburzi, who was called the “King of Lamone”, in reference to the forest on the border with Tuscany where he was hiding. Read more…

Rudder Park

The park with the sources of the Timone creek is a natural place of great charm. It is a typical environment of the Maremma Lazio, still pristine and natural. The park is an oak forest that is ideal for walking and hiking. The area is equipped for resting and picnics.

Church of St. Sigismund  

The church is located in the small village of medieval Pianiano and dates back to the Middle Ages. It was enlarged and restored in the eighteenth century, following the arrival of Albanian immigrants. Inside is a beautiful holy water font decorated with three irises, symbol of the Farnese family.

Church of Sant’Egidio

The church was built in 1520 by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese on the design by Antonio da Sangallo the Younger and is a small jewel of Renaissance architecture. It is at the centre of a small valley and the exterior is characterized by three identical facades. The plan is a Greek Read more…

Rocca Farnese

The fortress overlooking the village and was built in the Middle Ages on the ruins of a prehistoric settlement. It was then restored by the Farnese family, with whom Cellere experienced a period of splendour, who transformed it into a residential palace. Looking at the fortress you can recognize the Read more…

Guide of Cellere

Cellere is located in the heart of the Lazio region on a tuff rock outcrop. The name may derive from Ceres, the goddess of Messi, to emphasize the richness of the place. According to other scholars the name comes from the Etruscan ‘cells’ or ‘cave’ or ‘pantry’ because the place Read more…

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