Feast of Saint Anthony

Saint Anthony known together with St. Michael Archangel as a true “city patron” is celebrated every year in Cerveteri in grand style with parties and events that take place throughout the historical center. The traditional Mass in honor of the Saint takes place as usual on 17 January and precedes Read more…

New Oil Festival

On the first weekend of December in Cerveteri the new olive oil production is celebrated with a great tasting of the oil and traditional products. Alongside the tastings, is a craft market where you can find the best local artisanal products. In addition to oil you can find experts who Read more…

Pumpkin Flower Festival

The second week of August in Cerveteri is celebrated one of the most popular traditional Italian dishes: pumpkin flowers. It is a weekend to taste the stuffed pumpkin flowers in different ways and to taste local products. All the agricultural production of Cerveteri is very appreciated for the taste and Read more…

Artichoke

The artichoke was introduced into Italy by the Etruscans and is represented in some tombs. Ladispoli and Cerveteri are growing areas of the Roman artichoke classified as Lazio IGP. It is also called “violet” and it is big, with a ‘cap’ nearly round, it has little waste and is best Read more…

Oil of Ceri

Oil production dates back to the Etruscan times. Testimony is the wreck of the ship Giglio (600 BC) with its amphorae full of preserved olives and the so-called “Tomb of the Olive” Cerveteri (575-550 BC), containing a kind of boiler full of olive stones. The olive tree was a sacred Read more…

Etruria Eco Festival

Etruria Eco Festival is an event that combines the enhancement of the artistic and cultural heritage with the promotion of the environment and the protection of the territory. An event that promotes eco-sustainability through art and a platform to collect, spread and support the new artistic trends. It includes evening Read more…

Torre Flavia Marsh

Natural Monument of about fifty hectares where the wetland is what remains of the swamps that once characterized this stretch of the Tyrrhenian coast. To the north of Ladispoli, separated from the beach by a narrow cordon of dunes, lie the bodies of water surrounded by reeds and the meadows, Read more…

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