This luxury villa, located in 50 km from Rome, immersed in a landscape of hills and nestling among the Lakes of Vico and Bracciano, is an ideal setting for living your wedding day in style.
The villa has a central hall, which can accommodate up to 240 people and 2 big halls. The location is surrounded by a wonderful park of 10 hectares with a secular olive trees, a rose garden and a beautiful swimming pool.
Built in 1873, the Villa in Rome, is an elegant neoclassic building surrounded by acres of extremely cured English style garden.
The Villa offers an absolutely unique and spectacular view over the Eternal city.
The various sized rooms, gardens and terraces are set up for specific needs and individual taste, perfect to host symbolic wedding ceremonies and receptions, business lunches, gala dinners and conventions in Rome.
The prestigious Castle from the 16th century, intimate and private, is an ideal location for exclusive, unforgettable wedding by the sea near Rome. Located in the splendid Nature Reserve, which spreads over 20 hectares, enjoys one of the most beautiful views of the Latium coast: to the Circeo and the Pontine Islands, and the outskirts of the cities of Anzio and Nettuno.
Built in the 10th century on the ruins of an ancient Sabina fortress, the Castle near Rome was given in feud to Francesco Orsini at the end of the 13th century.
The Castle was reinforced many times. Conquered by the Borgia and successively returned to the Orsini family, the Castle passed, after various ups and downs, in the hands of the Barberini and the Lante della Rovere families.
Nowadays the Castle near Rome is a luxury five star hotel houses 50 rooms and suites, all individually fitted with antique furniture and decorated with important works of art.
The Castle is a princely residence surrounded by greenery and by sea, located in 70km from the city centre of Rome and only in 10km from the sea port of Civitavecchia.
The 12th century fortified tower located by the sea was one of a chain of defense towers for the Papal State which stretched for some 20-30 kms along this part of coast.
By the 17th century the Castle had lost any military purpose and a building was incorporated on its northern side to house a religious order as well as agricultural activity.