The medieval town dominated by an imposing castle is famous for its volcanic lake and quiet atmosphere.
Glittering waters, picturesque seaside towns, sleepy islands and clean beaches is what you can find on this portion of the Tyrrhenian coastline just few miles south from Rome. Once the heart of one of the world’s greatest civilisations, Lazio’s coastline is dotted with spectacular ruins and we can include many cultural excursions in a customised itinerary, but you can also just plan a relaxing day at sea with no other aim that enjoying the blue landscape, eating onboard, sunbathing and swimming/snorkelling. Italian coastline has much to offer to both experienced sailors and novices assisted by expert skippers. We can sail from the picturesque fishermen borgo of Nettuno or from Ostia Lido and arrange a one-day experience or cruises of several days which may include the hidden gems called “Pontine islands”: ever heard of Ponza, Ventotene, Palmarola? These are just the three main islands of a tiny volcanic archipelago inhabited since the Neolithic times and abandoned in the Middle Ages due to constant raids by Saracens and pirates. It’s a true paradise just 22 nautical miles away from the coastline.