Day at the sea near Rome
Rome is not limited to its seven hills, but extends further out to the sea: the nearest beaches are only 30 minutes from the city! It is possible to book a day or half a day on the beach in a luxurious Lido. It is possible to book a day or half day on the beach in a comfortable Lido.
Small groups offer
Enjoy the sea with all the services of a private lido: your reserved parasol, your deckchair …
What the offer includes:
– Access to the seaside resort’s services from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
– Cloakroom, personal locker, hot showers, deckchair with parasol
– Access to the beach volleyball court (1 hour)
– Cocktails to choose from on site
Price: € 25.00 per person
Beach towel rental is additional on site
Large groups offer
A space of up to 1,500 square meters can be reserved exclusively between 9 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Participants will be greeted at the lido by hosts and hostesses who will distribute drink cards (quantity to be defined when booking) which they can collect during the day (or half-day) at the reserved beach bar. A Lounge area with sofas and pergola will be available to all guests.
Then the group will be able to take advantage of all the seaside services available: changing rooms, personal lockers, hot showers, beach towels, deckchairs and sun beds with umbrellas and of course, access to the sea.
Some activities can be organized at an additional cost:
– Rental of up to 8 paddle boards + 1 Mega paddle board for 8 people on board (with life jackets, paddles and assistance at sea)
– Massage area
At the end of the morning or afternoon, a seafood lunch or dinner can be organized with service or as a buffet depending on the size of the group with or without aperitif.
Everything can be tailor-made according to your tastes and your budget.
Price upon request
Discover our selection of must-see spots in the Lazio region
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The shore of Ostia stretches out its vast sandy beaches just 30 km from Rome and is very easy to reach. It’s not the prettiest of beaches, but it’s one of the most popular!
Nearby you can also discover the archaeological site of Ostia Antica.
Fregene, Maccarese and Cerveteri
Nearby, the beaches of Fregene, Maccarese and Cerveteri also offer beautiful beaches, equipped with lidos (Italian bathing establishments) to enjoy a lunch or an aperitif and all the services (deckchairs, umbrellas, changing rooms, etc.). If you want to extend your day at the beach until late, this is the ideal place due to a young and festive atmosphere!
Must do: take to the open sea aboard a small sailing boat!
Santa Severa and Santa Marinella
Quieter than the previous ones (but quite busy all the same), the beach of Santa Severa is bordered by a castle which gives it a particular charm and allows you to combine culture and sunbathing.
Santa Marinella is one of the most beautiful sandy beaches in the region, very popular in July and August.
Must Do: Both Santa Marinella and Santa Severa beaches are popular with surfers.
Anzio and Nettuno
To the south of the Italian capital are two beaches that nature lovers love: Anzio Beach and Nettuno Beach because they offer a wilder setting than the previous ones.
Today, together with Nettuno, Anzio is a seaside resort with a marina and access to the island of Ponza.
Note: Anzio beach is Blue Flag, an environmental label guaranteeing the quality of the place!
Must Do: Have a seafood lunch by the sea!
If you are looking for some peace and quiet, Sabaudia is for you. The spacious coastline stretches between the sea and a long lake, all overlooked by Mount Circeus, where according to Homer, Ulysses and his crew met the famous witch!
Must Do: Start your day with a hike to the top of Mount before soaking up the sun on the beach.
A little further south, towards Naples, Gaeta is a medieval city with clear waters.
The city offers 7 magnificent beaches including Serapo, a sandy beach near the city center, and Fontania, a small beach located to the north-west, accessible on foot or by swimming.
Between two swims, you can stroll through the city streets and admire the remains of a magnificent Roman villa from the 1st century AD.
Must do: organize a visit with one of our guides to the Montagna Spaccata (the broken mountain), a beautiful cove.
For a longer getaway and away from the masses of the Roman coastline, take a boat to Ponza Island! Its incredible beauty, its small port and its numerous coves make these fishing islands a very popular destination. The island of only 8 km2 is bordered by rocky and sandy beaches, natural arches all surrounded by a crystal clear sea.
In the south-east of the island, the village of the same name emerges as an amphitheater of houses with brightly colored facades, enclosing a small fishing port
Must do: take a boat tour of the island to access hidden coves
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