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Tuesday, 06 August 2013 11:59

South of Rome

For those who are lovers of the sea......

and wish to see the coasts of our region, we suggest you a trip to the south of Rome. After an hour's drive and pass the town of Latina, begins the Circeo National Park, not to be missed, and one of the oldest protected areas in Italy. 

The park is obviously part of the Circeo promontory high about 542mt and that gave its name to the park. From there you can enjoy a breathtaking view, on the one hand Sabaudia with its golden sand dunes and the lake of Paola



across, the expanses of golden sands of Gulf of Circeo arrival to Terracina and beyond. The cliff then, with the famous cave of goats, is to be seen. The legend says that here Aeneas met the sorceress Circe, who transformed him and his followers into pigs to not let them go. And yet the legend says that Circe, the sorceress, still sleeping on top of the mountain, and if you look on the one hand, one you can see the silhoutte of a woman lying down.

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