Located between the Apennines and the Tyrrhenian Sea, Latium is an area with a variegated landscape, characterized by volcanic lakes, mountains, vineyards, and olive orchards.
Rome dominates the region, separating the forested hills of the north from the southern area with its famous beach localities, including Gaeta and Sabaudia, located near the National Park of the Circeo.
The immense cultural and artistic patrimony offered by Rome exists alongside that of Vatican City, the destination of many of the faithful.
Besides splendid archaeological sites like Cerveteri and Tarquinia, Latium offers the opportunity to practice aquatic sports, both in the sea and in the lakes of Bolsena, Albano and Bracciano. Among the thermal towns, Fiuggi is famous.