Sabaudia is located about 100 km south of Rome, located on the shores of Lake Paola and is immersed in the Circeo National Park from which it derives a certain reputation. Sabaudia is also known as, thanks to its prerogatives tourist is chosen each year as a holiday by many personalities from the worlds of culture and entertainment. Sabaudia was born in 1934 following the work of reclamation of the Pontine Marshes by the fascist government. Its location was not chosen at random: in fact the goal was to build the ideal holiday destination for elite tourism. Sabaudia is without doubt one of the best examples of architecture "rationalist". The shapes of linear and simple buildings, wide streets, squares and open light of this city are the goal and subject of study by architects and planners from all over the world. The city was built around the Piazza del Comune in which resides in the Town Hall tower, less than 42 meters high, dominates and serves as a reference for the surrounding area and its inhabitants. Around the perimeter of the Piazza del Comune are other buildings in the rationalist style as the "Casa del Fascio" (the present headquarters of the Guardia di Finanza), the "Dopo Lavoro", the Cinema and the Hotel. Located along the Tyrrhenian coast of southern Lazio, The Circeo National Park is one of the most popular attractions of Sabaudia and San Felice Circeo. The park stretches for about 8,500 Ha. Its establishment escaped total destruction of the "Selva di Terracina".