Between Rome and Naples, there is a one of the most beautiful places in the Tyrrhenian Sea ' the Ulysse's Coast. It is one of the most attractive destinations as for Italians, so for foreigners. Incredibly clean sea, the Blue Flag of the European Community, the golden sandy beaches, romantic coves with rocky headlands, tiny towns with a rich cultural heritage and good infrastructure - all these facts make of the Coast the only place for stay and, why not, for marrige?
Santa Marinella is a charming sea town in the Province of Rome. It is located about 60 km from Rome and 9 Km from the international cruise port of Civitavecchia.
Santa Marinella is widely known as the “pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea”, mainly due to its location on the sea and the climate. On the territory of Santa Marinella there are numerous archaeological sites dating back to the Etruscan, Roman and Middle Ages.
Nettuno and Anzio are two small resort town situated on the banks of the Tyrrhenian Sea, on the distance of three kilometers one from another and about 60km on the south of Rome. Once these two towns were one single entity of ancient city Antium, but then they were separated.
Anzio, according to legend, was founded by Antaeus, the son of enchantress Circe and Odysseus. Its territory was famous from the earliest times for clean sea and sandy beaches. The imperial palace was there, where the great Nero was born and founded a trading port later.
Bari is the capital of the Puglia region. The city consists of two parts: the old town with medieval winding streets and the new one, with straight streets and ideal form squares. The Old Town is a prime example of medieval towns. Over the centuries, various civilizations imposed their fingerprints on Bari that helped to create a special atmosphere.
Bari is a maritime city. On its waterfront of Emperor Augustus the Fort of St. Anthony (it.Fortino Sant 'Antonio)is located. In distant times it defended the city from attacks of enemies from the sea, and now it is a venue for cultural events and weddings in Bari.
Tuscany seaside is famous all over the world by its high number of the beaches receiving a "Blue Flag" recognition. Tuscany takes the third place right after Liguria and Marche regions. It is very easy to meet famous people there in summer season.
The most popular part of the Tuscany coast is Versilia area which includes Forte dei Marmi, Camaiore, Marina di Carrara e Viareggio. All above towns offers a lot of wedding locations on the coast: luxurious villas, spectacular resorts, wide sandy beaches, wonderful restaurants.