Between Rome, Frosinone and Latina you can discover an area of considerable landscape variety.
Facing the sea, surrounded by mountains, are the countryside and the very long coasts of the Pontine Plain.
It is an extraordinary heritage and one of a kind where nature, in various forms – lakes, sea, forests, swamps and crops – dominates the gaze. We are talking about the coast that goes from Sabaudia to Latina.
Otherwise known as Agro Pontino, this land has a lot to offer for your tour in the Province of Latina, starting from the landscape views offered by the promontory of Circeo on the plain and the surrounding coast.
Circeo National Park
You cannot miss a visit to the Circeo National Park, the only one completely in the plain and marine environment in Europe as well as UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The Park includes the famous dunes of Sabaudia beach and you easily may add expriences reaching seaside town, rationalist architecture cities and memories of the “Dolce Vita”.
Parco del Circeo is a place to enjoy with a great variety of experiences, more or less demanding. Sporty people can try their hand at guided trekking to discover the Grotta delle Capre, combining a passion for geology and landscape photography.
For those who want to get to know the lowland forest up close, there is no shortage of walking trails.
The tour guides will accompany you to discover the giants of the forest, the different types of oaks and, if you are lucky, you may even catch a glimpse of the many inhabitants of the forest. This kind of tour is suitable for everyone, especially students, who will surely also enjoy a visit to the charcoal place.
Continuing towards Latina there is the museum center of Piana delle Orme, an extraordinary collection of modern antiques not simply exhibited to the public but used to tell the recent history of the Agro Pontino. It is an articulated structure that constitutes a scenographic museum absolutely unique of its kind in Europe.
A visit to the Pontine Plain can be an opportunity to discover the history of reclamation from Roman times to the present day.