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Lazio (near Rome)

The ancient district of Civitavecchia in Arpino is steeped in history, as it was a fortress dating back to pre-Roman times, later supplemented by medieval fortifications. From Arpino, it is ideal to take a day trip to Rome, and the surrounding area is full of beautiful nature and rural charm.

This is an authentic holiday home in the old watchtower in Arpino. Arpino is located on a hill east of the Liri Valley and was the birthplace of the Roman politician Gaius Marius and the orator Cicero. The town of Arpino is very nice; very quiet and peaceful, not particularly touristy. There are good walks around the town and the surrounding area is great for hiking. There is a Camino from San Benedikt through Arpino and the route of St. Francis of Assisi passes through Arpino.

In Arpino, even the town itself is worth seeing, but one should also visit the old, original town, located a few kilometers away – Civitavecchia. The town is almost like an open-air museum, but alive and inhabited. The town’s cemetery is huge – Cemeterio – and is located on the road to Civitavecchia. It is also worth seeing. There are many different types and sizes of tombstones and it is very peaceful. Note the small interment booths outside selling flowers, etc. In the surrounding area, you should see the town of Isola del Liri. It is located in the valley by the Liri River. A very nice town with a waterfall inside the city at the old hydroelectric plant. In addition, there is a nice restaurant street with many cozy cafes and restaurants.

  • Property information
  • Property area

    100 m²

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  • Number of guests


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  • Price per week

    165 – 540 EUR €

  • Nearest airport