Three good reasons to choose a green holiday in Lazio
The land of the many pathsFrom religious roads to bandit roads
Old winemaking traditionsThe Wine roads from Northern Lazio to Latina
Spas and wellnessSalus per aquam, from the springs of Bagnaccio to Suio
More than 200 national and regional parks, natural areas and nature reserves such as the Ancient and Primeval Beech Forests. Lazio is a region with many green areas and natural beauty which has invested a lot in tourism, building a large network of trails, tourist and cultural itineraries and promoting the area.
Ancient roads where you can learn about the art and history of this region, its trades and conquests, ancient pilgrimage routes such as Via Francigena, the spectacular paths of St Benedict and St Francis, the hilly and steep climbs of the Apennines.
There are also ten lake basins, beautiful beaches, the Pontine islands and the precious resource of the healing and thermal waters, including Fiuggi.
Ospitalità Natura establishments in Lazio
Bio Hotel Raphaël - Relais & Châteaux
|5-star luxury||In the heart of Rome|
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All places with Nature Hospitality in Lazio
This city needs no introduction. One does not need to be reminded of the many must-see monuments of Rome: the Colosseum, the Imperial Fora, the Pantheon, St Peter’s Basilica, the countless squares and the Trevi Fountain are only a few of Rome’s most iconic places.
In the province of Frosinone, in the Ciociaria region, a medieval area rich in history, lies Fiuggi, a town renowned for its thermal waters with multiple curative properties, a stone’s throw from the Monti Simbruini Natural Park, near Lake Canterno, a stretch of water completely surrounded by greenery.
A place where you can rediscover the scents and flavours of the past, where you can breathe an air of absolute relaxation. A tourist jewel that captivates visitors with its natural beauty and fascinating history, with a historical centre characterised by picturesque streets and squares, well-preserved buildings such as La Rocca di Fiuggi, a majestic medieval fortress that dominates the horizon and offers a panoramic view of the town. Visitors can also explore the City Museum, which houses a collection of historical artefacts and works of art that tell the story of Fiuggi.
Not just a wellness destination. For trekking enthusiasts, trails and paths framed by Fiuggi’s centuries-old chestnut forests can be reached from the city.Close