The Castelli Romani

The Castelli Romani are a group of villages south-east of Rome, with an important wine tradition favoured by volcanic soils and well-known for its numerous “fraschette”, taverns that serve delicious porchetta (roast pork meat) accompanied by good local wine.

The Castelli Romani offer extensive landscapes covered in vineyards, forests and wonderful views of the capital city.

Once an area of ancient settlements, as evidenced by numerous archaeological findings, it has been a holiday destination in both past and recent years for Romans and other travelers alike.

The territory offers delightful places to visit and hosts the magnificent “Ville Tuscolane” as well as some major Episcopal villas.