Famous for its hiking trails, Terminillo Mount is the ideal place to enjoy a beautiful day surrounded by nature.
With its 2217 meters of height it is the highest peak of the Monti Reatini. In Roman times, its ice was used as a refrigerator for food preservation. In the immediate post-war period, it was the winter holiday resort for the nobility of the capital.
Going towards the northern area of the Region, you can reach Bracciano Lake, the eighth largest lake in Italy, it is the ideal location for a day outdoors. Not far from the lake, there is the Odescalchi Castle at Bracciano, which consists of three outer walls, has five towers, one for each summit of the external fortification.
Near the Tyrrhenian Coast on the edge of the city, Cerveteri is located, a small municipality where you can visit two very interesting places, La Necropoli di Banditaccia, an ancient Etruscan necropolis famous for its fascinating tombs and frescoes that decorate it, and the Santa Severa Castle also called the Castle Kissed by the Sea. The Castle of Santa Severa owes its name to Severa, a young Christian martyr who is handed down to have found death here, under the empire of Diocletian, together with his brothers.
In the north of Lazio, there is the province of Viterbo, a beautiful place for those who love archeology, the countryside and good food, but even more so for lovers of free and private spas. In fact, Tuscia Viterbese is an area rich in springs and natural thermal pools. Among the most famous: Terme Dei Papi, Parco Termale Il Bagnaccio, Piscine Carletti, Terme Del Bullicame.