Category: Archaeo-trekking and nature trails

Archaeo-trekking and nature trails

Something new, far from the beaten track and tourist routes. Our archaeo-trekkings lead you to discover historic sites and archaeological remains hidden in a nature often still unspoiled. Among our most beautiful walks those in search of the ancient aqueducts, large bridges and hidden canals, forgotten since centuries …

The archaeological Park of Veio

Veio was the most southern of the Etruscan cities. Bitter enemy of Rome it was destroyed by Furio Camillo after a long siege in 396 BC. Within the Archaeological Park an ancient stone paved road leads to the Sanctuary of Portonaccio, located outside the settled area and dedicated …

The Ghost City of Monterano

The route winds through the Monterano Natural Reserve (Bracciano), a charming blend of naturalistic, artistic, historical and archaeological sites. In the area of ​​the stream Bicione along a charming and unspoiled nature trail you’ll be able to see, besides the waterfalls and the ancient mines of sulfur, even …

Sutri: Land of Etruscans, Romans and Feudal Knights

Built high on a volcanic outcrop surrounded by deep valleys Sutri  owes to its dominant position on the basin of Lake Vico and the plain of Viterbo its strategic importance from the time of the Etruscan until the Middle Ages. In the wooded area at the foot of …

Lake of Nemi: The Emissary and the Temple of Diana

The magnificent natural scenery of the Lake Nemi with its characteristic form of volcanic crater, hides a treasure trove of priceless historical value still largely unknown.                                                          A trail along the shore of the lake leads to the entrance of the famous Emissary, a 1,600 m long tunnel dug …