The National Park of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise, together with the Gran Paradiso National Park, is the oldest nationally known park in Italy. Covered by beech forests for approximately two thirds of its surface, it extends mainly in mountainous territory, encroaching on the Giovenco valleys and Val di Comino.
It stands in a very green valley at 900 meters on the edge of the Abruzzo National Park. The tranquility and fresh, healthy air make it an ideal destination for family and fishing trips from late spring to early autumn. The basin is widely populated by chub and carp, bleak, tench and royal perch, not even the coveted brown trout is missing.
l suggestivo e selvaggio solco delle Gole del Melfa e la sua sorgente nella valle di Canneto. Rappresenta uno dei lati di un triangolo ai cui vertici troviamo Arpino, Casalvieri e Santopadre, tre paesini caratteristici, ricchi di storia e di archeologia, accoglienti ed incantevoli.
The Aurunci, real mountains with a sea view, preserve a botanical heritage, floristic in particular, of exceptional value. Over 50 species of wild orchids have been found in the park, with flowering prevalently from April to June. The itinerary overlooking the Gulf of Gaeta is beautiful with splendid views of the seas and mountains.
I love this healthiness and amenity. Especially since I arrived here, I can't get enough of so much wonder." Cicero wrote this referring to Lake Fibreno over two thousand years ago. A few minutes' drive from the Relais, there is a treasure chest where nature still has its colors and scents.
The Pastena Caves represent an extraordinary geological creation in central Italy. Located at the bottom of a karst valley, they extend for 880 metres. Its rocks date back to the Mesozoic era and are between 80 and 50 million years old. The part that can be visited extends for approximately 1 km and offers the vision of splendid rooms adorned with stalactites and stalagmites: Hall of Bats, Hall of Columns, Hall of Wonders, Hall of Mount Calvary, Hall of the Blue Lake and Hall of the Occhialone.
It is the largest karst lake in Lazio, located at 538 meters above sea level in the heart of Ciociaria between the Fiuggi plain and the hills. The atmosphere of this small natural basin has been compared by some to the fairy air that envelops the Scottish highlands: images of elves and medieval legends that resurface from memory as if from the calm waters of this lake.
The Liri River crosses the town of Isola del Liri, dividing into two arms and forming an island, and both of these arms form a leap. The Large Cascade is formed by the left arm of the river, and is approximately 27 meters high: one of the few waterfalls to be found in the historic center of a city.
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