The landscape around your campsite near Rome
You stay in a beautiful environment if you choose a campsite near Rome. Lazio is wedged between the mountains of the Apennines and the coast, and in between are rolling green hills full of vineyards and picturesque villages. There are also beautiful volcanic lakes that are ideal for water sports enthusiasts. To the west lies a kilometer-long sandy and rocky coastline. Here you can swim, sunbathe, build sandcastles, play games, sail and above all enjoy yourself. The beaches are very popular, even with the Italians. Looking for a bit of peace and quiet? The Lazio region around your campsite near Rome has some beautiful lakes, one of which is Lake Bolsena. This lake is located in a gigantic volcanic crater. Very impressive to see, and also great to float in.
Visit Rome; the eternal city
A visit to la città eterna, the eternal city, should not be missed during your stay in Lazio at a campsite near Rome. This beautiful city has a rich history. There is no city in the world that has such a wealth of cultural treasures like Rome. The town is like a big open air museum with its medieval alleys, elegant squares and other archaeological treasures. Begin your exploration at Centro Storico and walk to the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and the Spanish Steps. When thinking of Rome the Vatican comes immediately to mind, a separate state within the city. A visit to the world famous St. Peter's, the Vatican Museum, the Sistine Chapel and even perhaps a glimpse of the Pope are sure to be at the top of your to do list during your camping holiday near Rome.
Culture outside the city of Rome
If you spend time at a campsite near Rome in the Lazio region and like culture, there are plenty of other attractions that you can visit in the countryside surrounding Rome. The medieval village of Calcata and authentic villages like Frascati are just a couple of examples. Spread across the region, just waiting to be explored, are hundreds of churches, monasteries and monuments. Of course you should not miss Tivoli, known for its Roman villas, including the huge country house of Emperor Hadrian that is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The region of Lazio is the root of the Roman civilization. Outside your campsite in Rome you will also find many impressive remains from Roman times.
Spending a holiday at a campsite near Rome in the Lazio region offers many possibilities. You'll probably need to come back again to do it justice.