ZIPLINE “FLYING IN THE SKY”
Bordering the National Park of Abruzzi, this area is probably one of the most authentic and non-touristy you can still find in Central Italy on the way south from Rome to Naples, Pompeii and the Amalfi coast.
The longest zipline in Europe (2225 mt) is located not far from Rome, 70 km south, near Cori. The little town hosting this attraction is called Rocca Massima and it’s part of the chain of Monti Lepini. Being the tallest town in the province of Latina (746 mt over sea level), from here you enjoy a great view embracing the Castelli Romani and the Pontine Islands at the same time.
This experience will give you the thrill of the flight in total security, and you can share this little adventure with a partner, making the moment even more memorable. Children and people with disabilities can fly too, alone or in couple.
During the flight you’ll be suspended up to 210 mt over the fields of olives trees and you’ll have enough time to enjoy the natural landscape underneath. You do not need any preparation nor equipment and it is not as scary as it might seem (I tested it and I can tell!), despite reaching a speed of 150 Km per hour. A cold drink at the end of the wire waits for you, to release the adrenaline and collect the emotions.