Soft sands, gentle Mediterranean waves, and a wealth of cultural knowledge are but a few of the things that make Ladispoli an incredible place to visit during your next Italian vacation. Just 35 miles west of Rome, the coastal town allows you the best of both worlds: old-world European culture and gorgeous natural beauty. Make your trip to Ladispoli truly special and stay in one of our comfortable vacation rentals.
With so much beachfront to explore, it's no wonder that Ladispoli is beloved by Romans on summer holiday! The eastern coast of the city is lined with a gorgeous narrow strip of dark sands, while the La Torretta on the city's western edges features more isolated, low-key, golden sand beaches to visit.
It's easy to relax on the shore with a good book or splash around in the surf with the kids, but there's also plenty of amazing activities to enjoy. With the help of some local companies, you can explore the area in whole new ways, be it feeling the ocean breeze on the deck of a sailboat or cresting a wave on a surfboard!
After spending a morning lounging on the beach, brush off any sand and head back into town. The city has plenty of delicious restaurants to try, including a bevy of authentic Italian pizza. Whether you dine at Antica Pizzeria S.R.L. by the beach or Pronto Pizza near the banks of the Fiume Vaccina river, you'll be energized and ready to explore!
Afterward, take a walk through the Giardini di Via Firenze and enjoy a bracing game of tennis at the nearby courts, or take in some culture at one of the town's many nearby historic attractions. From the elaborate tombs of the Etruscan Necropolis near Vaccina to Pompey's Roman villa, a wealth of amazing experiences await you in our Ladispoli vacation rentals.
The most obvious day trip from Ladispoli has to be a visit to the eternal city. Rome is just a quick drive away and with it a legendary selection of museums, art galleries, and architecture - along with some of Europe's finest shopping and dining. However, you can have an equally amazing experience exploring the coast on the E80 highway.
Head south to visit Fregenae's massive stretches of beach, or head north to Civitavecchia to catch a ferry to the island of Sardinia. You can even head inland to enjoy the rustic beauty of the Lazio countryside. The flowers of the Veio Regional Park and ruins of the Parco dei Castelli Romani are both just a few miles outside of Rome, while hiking awaits in the nearby forests of the Decima Malafede Nature Reserve.
Don't sacrifice comfort and privacy on your next trip to Italy - book a stay in one of our vacation rentals in Ladispoli and find your home away from home.
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