Lazio next to Tuscany and Umbria is one of the most beautiful regions of Italy, and it could not be any other way, given the presence of the capital, Rome. Book at one of the resorts and you will not regret it!
Lazio is a very interesting region. You will find a lot of old lakes and volcanoes, but also high mountains more than 2000 metres. Lazio is located in the centre of Italy, where the culture of the north and the south meet. Here you will find near the cities of Umbria and Tuscany, as well as the beautiful city of Rome. So you can have a wonderful vacation in a resort, full of culture and entertainment. In the Capital, please visit the Sistine Chapel, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and many other monuments and historical sites.
The Lake of Bolsena, the largest volcanic lake in Europe, is located in the north of Lazio. In this area there are dozens of picturesque villages and numerous archaeological sites of Etruscan and Roman times. From your resort you can reach the historic town of Bolsena, with its beautiful beaches. Here you can also enjoy various sports such as kayaking, surfing, or you can take the ferry to the island Bisentina. And later in the evenings you can dine with fresh fish from the lake!
Average summer temperature: 30 degrees
Cerveteri, Viterbo, Tuscania and Tarquinia: Etruscan civilization remains
Circeo National Park with birds, animals and beautiful beaches
Juicy black olives from Gaeta and artichokes in Rome
A miniature Colosseum or a keychain with a picture of the Pope
In Rome, you can participate with the whole family at the gladiator school (from six years old). Dressed in classic gladiator tunic learn to fight with a sword. At the end of the lesson will participate in a fun tournament in an arena!
Artichoke festivals are held in Rome where, in April, Roman vegetables are prepared in various ways. Another very nice festival is the Ladispoli where your eyes glare forward to all the beautiful decorations. Visit Carciofo and sample the most delicious meals there.
In Rome you can shop till you drop; go to the department stores, markets (eg Campo dei Fiori) and you can find Italian haute couture on sale around Condotti, Via Pietro and Via Frattina.
Sail from Formia on a two-hour boat trip to the volcanic Ponza island, which consists of the crater of an extinct volcano. A beautiful sight, as it is in the azure sea and a quiet place to go snorkelling and diving.