Spending the holidays in the Circeo area means losing yourself in a place deeply connected to history and myths – according to the legend, Odysseus docked here during his journey, where the Cala dei Pescatori – one of the most known bays around – is today. He then met Circe, whose profile is still visible alongside the mountain.
The well-known Circeo National Park is definitely something you can’t miss when visiting the surroundings. Not only a natural treasure but also rich in prehistoric and archaeological rests, this huge area is home to a 20-km-dune promontory over the sea, 4 coastal lakes, a 3000-hectares forest, hundreds of animal and plant species, in addition to Sabaudia and San Felice historic centres, the Villa of Domitian and the old village of Fogliano.
The Circeo area attracts many tourists each year thanks to its natural landscape and its varied beaches, from hidden and solitary bays to popular and upmarket shores. Here you can find facilities, fine sand and shallow waters, which make these beaches perfect for water sports. The ideal spot to enjoy the beauty of nature and mix it with fun and history.