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…

Lake of Cardito

It is a small lake at an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level on the plateau of Monte Cavallo and was created as a result of a hydroelectric plant. It is surrounded by nature and there is fishing in its clear waters. The forests around are loved by birdwatchers. Read more…

Castagneto

The centuries old “monumental” Chestnut forest is one of the glories of Terelle. The oldest chestnut tree is 800 years old and 12 meters in circumference. The forest is crossed by paths. There are pits where once the inhabitants drew water and ‘ditch Snow’, a natural cavity that was filled Read more…

Nature reserve

The Nature Reserve of the ancient city of Fregellae and Fabrateria Nova and Lake Saint Giovanni Incarico, stretching along the shores of Lake San Giovanni Incarico and Isoletta d’Arce, was born by the damming of the river Liri. The lake is a real surprise: willows and poplars are reflected on Read more…

Lake

The lake is a groundwater source that forms a body of water right in the initial centre of the town. At this lake according to the popular tradition, is where St. George the Martyr defeated a dragon, symbol of evil, to save a young girl, daughter of the king.

Monte Cairo

From Piedimonte paths depart leading to Monte Cairo, rich in karst phenomena and rare floral and faunal species. From the peak of the mountain you can enjoy a spectacular view of Ausoni, the Abbey of Montecassino, the Mainarde chain and of the Abruzzo National Park.  

Alle Sett’Are

Alle Sett’are is a vast plateau 1000 meters above sea level, an hour and a half walk from the centre of Colle San Magno, which hosts wild horses, flocks and herds. The main attraction is a centuries-old chestnut grove surrounded by fruit trees and ‘peasant’ houses. Grain, potatoes, legumes were Read more…

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