With its millennial history and a rare interweaving of natural beauty, art and folk traditions, Terracina lies on the extreme offshoots of the Ausoni mountains, where for the first and only time they meet the Tyrrhenian Sea.
It was an Etruscan, Volscian and then Roman colony, stronghold of the Pontifical State and important center of the reclamation of the Pontine Marsh: the cultural and archaeological heritage of its past is an extraordinary treasure scattered between the streets of the lower City and the alleys of the upper historic center.
Fifteen km of beach draw the enchanting Bay, between the mythical promontory of Circe and the remains of the ancient Temple of Jupiter Anxur. On the horizon, the Pontine Islands peeking out in the clear sky and the sea, with its many shades of blue, is the best attraction for lovers of the holiday of relaxation in the sun, and for those who prefer a more dynamic approach, with boat trips, sports and diving to the discovery of the wonders of the sea and mysteries of the underwater.
At 102 km from Rome and 135 km from Naples, Terracina enjoys an excellent geographical position that makes it the ideal destination for a stay that combines interest in the great art cities of Italy with the rediscovery of a territory, that of pontine, able to give unforgettable surprises.
From the masterpieces of the natural National Park of Circeo, with the dune pristine and beautiful lakes coastal, to the suggestions of the Garden of Ninfa; by the luxuriousness of the history of Sermoneta and the charm of the Village of Fossanova to the folklore of the villages of the hinterland, up to the atmosphere, typical of the mediterranean Sperlonga, the majestic Gaeta and the Park of the Coast of Ulysses.