Il Bagnaccio hot springs: Bathe in pools that have been carved out of white clay in a bucolic landscape that remains unchanged since Etruscan times. Located 6km north of Viterbo.
Monte Rufeno Nature Reserve: This fertile Nature Reserve covers more than 7,000 acres of rolling oak forest on the borders of Lazio, Umbria and Tuscany. Explore this rural landscape of wild boar and porcupine that offers many walking, cycling and riding trails.
Grand Villas: Discover the grand 16th and 17th century villas with beautiful gardens and water-play features located in the surrounding Roman landscape. Visit the Villa Lante at Bagnaia, the Villa Famese at Caprarola and the Villas Aldobrandini and Torlonia in Frascati.
Montecassino Abbey: Founded by St.Benedict in 529, this Benedectine Abbey was the site of the Battle of Monte Cassino in 1944, where the building was destroyed by Allied bombing and rebuilt after the war. The abbey and the Polish war cemetry are worth the visit.
Gaeta: A city of medieval walls, narrow alleys, a 13th century castle and long, sandy beaches. Visit Monte Orlando that rises from Gaeta, famed for its split mountain 'Montagna Spaccata'. Legend says the mountain will split into three crevices when Christ died.