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Borghetto dei Pescatori

Sapori e antiche tradizioni in un luogo dove il tempo sembra essersi fermato

Il Borgo di Ostia Antica e il Castello di Giulio II
Piazza della Rocca

The original settlement was founded in 830 by Gregory IV whose houses are enclosed within a very high wall and a ditch to defend the inhabitants from the Saracen.

Il porto di Ostia

The history of the area as a port city has ancient origins; its sense and significance can be found in relation to the nearby city of Rome.

Le dune costiere

Along the Roman coast we can see the dune ecosystem, rarer and rarer along the coasts of the Italian peninsula.


We are in the Natural Reserve of the Roman Coast. The drainage, carried out about a century ago, gave back fertility to these fields, thus restoring their agricultural and pastoral use.


The seaplane base, defined by Pier Paolo Pasolini “a place of feverish newness”, looks like an isolated village and, in some parts, messy, at the mouth of the Tiber, remembered almost exclusively f

Riserva Naturale statale Litorale Romano

At the end of the ‘70s some national and local associations decided to found the Park of the Roman Coast in order to safeguard and enhance biodiversity in this area, with the moral purpose of oppos

Secche di Tor Paterno

The Shoals of Tor Paterno, located off the Roman coast between Ostia and Torvajanica, consist of a rock formation covered with animal and vegetable organisms that,

Teatro romano di Ostia Antica
Viale dei Romagnoli, 717

The Roman theatre of Ancient Ostia lies within the archaeological area of the excavations.

Tenuta Presidenziale di Castel Porziano
Via Pontina, 690

The Presidential Estate of Castelporziano covers an area of about 59 square kilometers (5,892 hectares) and is 24 kilometers from the center of Rome.

When the heat becomes unbearable, there are hoards of  people seizing the opportunity to make straight for the sea and “the sea” for Rome is synonymous with Ostia.

The Lido di Ostia is in fact the seaside resort closest to the capital and, packed with beach establishments, hotels, restaurants and sailing clubs, it is the Romansâ favourite.

Built in the early twentieth century,  Ostia was twinned with Rome in the Thirties, turning into a well-connected suburb of the capital where architects and engineers designed a series of modern buildings, piazzas and beach establishments.

In recent years a new Port has blossomed in Ostia with boats of every shape and size, a haven for sea travellers from all over the world to call in at Rome and enjoy all its wonders without  having forsake the benefits and attractions of the sea.

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