Sabaudia, near Rome, is encircled by unaffected natural attractions, breathtaking views and numerous green areas, from which the term “garden town” derives. Been situated in the heart of the The Circeo National Park, Sabaudia is a peculiar and singular example of a successful cohabitation of nature and built landscape. By crossing Giovanni XXIII bridge, over Lake Paola, you find yourself on the most characteristic and fragile ambience: the coastal dunes, 23 km beach in length and exceptionally rich in vegetation. Along the dunes, there are four lakes: Sabaudia ( or Paola ), Caprolace, Monaci and Fogliano. A rich and varied avifauna that frequents them during the migration periods. With an extension of about 3.300 hectares, the forest dominates the core of the Pontine Plain not far from Rome to reach. Oaks, quercus robur and turkey oaks create a unique example of cohabitation of hygrophilous and mesophytic species. Finally, Mount Circeo dominates the landscapes with its characteristic profile that assumes the features of the enchantress Circe. Is one of the most exclusive Italian coastlines and white sand beach. Just 90 Km South of Rome and right half way from Naples and Rome Itself, it is the ideal place for a beach summer Italian holiday.