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As you can see in the map shown above, we are surrounded by many places of interest. Whether they are historical or cultural places, naturalistic and scenic, or simply parks where you can spend a day in nature with our children, The Settebello Camping Village is located in a really beautiful area of Lazio, the famous Riviera of Ulysses, did you know it?

 Visit the historic center of Fondi and stop in the central square under the imposing Baronial Castle, or stroll through the narrow streets of the village, dotted with small shop windows and always full of activities. If, on the other hand, you love nature walks, you can retrace an ancient stretch of Appia Antica along about 3 km on foot or discover with your children the rarity of the Botanical Garden, and in the nearby, in the Crocette area there is also a picnic area equipped with tables and benches. Let us know!

Sperlonga, a seaside village on the land tongue of Monte San Magno, is a true pearl of the Lazio coast. A whole day to visit the beautiful landscapes and not, take a ride on the most unspoiled coast of Lazio and eat excellent fish on a terrace overlooking the sea ... and do not forget to visit the archaeological museum and the villa of Tiberius!

, of Roman origin is another jewel of the coast. It's dominated by the Temple of Jupiter Anxur from which we can see the whole archipelago of the Pontine Islands. Less known but certainly noteworthy is the Natural Monument of Campo Soriano, an area rich in geological elements such as "hum" (isolated rocky struts that emerge from the ground in the shape of spiers, due to the intense karst that shapes the area). The highest hum is known as the Cathedral, and reaches up to 18 meters in height.

The Abbey of Fossanova is not far from Terracina, and during the summer the medieval village that surrounds it, is often the setting for many events including historical re-enactments. From the beach of the Village you can see the promontory of Circeo and we really suggest you to go and visit it. An intimate and welcoming village with bars and shops open until late evening. In the north side of the promontory there are still places that recall the mythology and the Grotta della Maga Circe (Maga Circe's Cave), near Torre Paola, is waiting to be visited (access only from the sea, by canoe or swimming).

Even Sabaudia, although known for its large beaches and its wild dunes, has some historical places to show as the remains of Domitian's villa along the shores of Lake Sabaudia. And finally, from the Settebello Village you can enjoy a splendid view of Ponza and Ventonene, and why not, take advantage of our organized excursions to the islands, to discover uncontaminated places but with great charm, with very clean beaches and beautiful vegetation.

What else to visit or what to do? The Adventure Parks are very popular among children and we have 2 nearby: the “Woodpark” of the Aurunci Park (in Itri) and the "Parco Sospeso" of the Riviera of Ulysses Park (in Gianola). In addition to the suspended paths among the trees, there are also orienteering activities and outdoor games to satisfy the little ones.

Among the not very close destinations, but that we suggest you to consider anyway if you have time to take a walk, we recommend "Le Grotte di Pastena", "Piana delle Orme" in Latina (an open-air museum about the 900, from toys of the epoch to the military vehicles) and the "Garden of Ninfa" (that this year will inaugurate the opening of a new area recently renovated)

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