Register for Sunvil newsletters

Register here to receive regular email newsletters from the Sunvil Family, and be the first to hear about our latest news, special offers, events and competitions. You can opt-out at any time by using the unsubscribe button on our emails, by contacting us on 020 8568 4499 or by emailing data@sunvil.co.uk, and control the volume and content of the emails that you receive in our preference centre. For full details on how we collect and process your personal data can be viewed in our privacy pollcy

Error

Invalid email. Please enter correct email and try again.

Thank You

Thank you for registering to receive email newsletters from the Sunvil Family. In accordance to our privacy policy, you can choose opt-out at any time by using the unsubscribe button on our emails, by contacting us on 020 8568 4499 or by emailing data@sunvil.co.uk.

Sign up

Lazio Holidays

Lazio (Rome) holidays

Rome dominates the region of Lazio offering visitors history, culture and beauty in abundance. Full of monuments to ancient glories and reminders of hundreds of years of civilization, Rome is timeless and eternal.

The landscape of Lazio varies from the rolling, green, wooded hills in the north to the scenic mountainous slopes of the south. The best beaches lie in the Parco Nazionale del Circeo between Terracina and Gaeta near to the neighbouring region of Campania. Additionally, the lakes of Bracciano, Vico and Bolsena are perfect for swimming during the hot summer months and serve as the best alternatives to the less attractive coastal areas of Lazio’s northern region.

Rome, Italy

Holidays In Lazio (Rome)

Ideally placed in the very heart of the region and, indeed the country, is Rome, the capital and centre of government, separating the north from the south. The sights to see are many, including the magnificent Colosseum, the Pantheon, St Peter’s Square and Basilica, Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and the animated Piazza Navona. There is so much to do that the longest stay is always too short.


All roads lead to Rome, as does the main railway system, which makes day trips from the capital an easy option. Within easy reach is Hadrian’s Villa in Tivoli (40km east) and the well-preserved Roman site at Ostia Antica (26km southwest), a former ancient port. Further afield, and accessible by car, are the notable Benedictine monasteries of Subiaco and Montecassino.

Two international airports serve the region. Fiumicino (Leonardo Da Vinci airport) is on the southwest coast connected by rail to the centre of Rome which receives scheduled airlines and Ciampino, which is used by charter airlines, located 16km southeast of Rome. A bus links Ciampino to the centre of Rome.

Holiday Search

To book, or for more information please call

020 8758 4722

Enquire Online