Sabaudia is one of the most chic of Italian beach resorts and is frequented by the chicest of the Romans. This is no surprise. This 30 kilometer long stretch of fine white sands and dunes is simply breathtaking. Add to the natural beauty some really world class seafood restaurants on the water's edge, and a sophisticated and full menu of summer concerts and activities, and you will see why.
This delightful family beach villa is located within the Baia Argento area of Sabaudia, a prestigious and shady residential conclave within the NATIONAL PARK OF CIRCEO. This comfortable vacation home has 4 pleasant bedrooms, 2 with queen sized beds, and 2 with twin beds, and can sleep a total of 9 people. There is a lovely garden and deck as well as an expansive terrace for sunbathing. The decor is chic, but not fussy. It is okay to put your feet up and relax.
The National Park itself is an extraordinarily beautiful natural site that has been preserved since 1934, containing the imposing Monte Circeo, 20 km of superb sandy beaches, four lakes and a forest in its 8,500 hectares (18,700 acres). Recognised by UNESCO as a "World Heritage Site", the park contains 1,237 species of fauna and 250 species of bird, and wild boar, deer and foxes thrive in the forest. It also contains ruins of Emperor Domitian's Villa and Lucullo's Spring, which can be found within a vaulted structure, and which can be visited by request. The 1,700 foot Monte Circeo is believed to be the site of Circe and her Sirens, described in Homer's Iliad. A drive to the old town of San Felice Circeo, nearby, and up to the top of the mountain, and to the Punto Rosso area around the southern part of the mountain affords wonderful views. San Felice Circeo also offers an additional selection of excellent restaurants and beaches to visit and enjoy, as well as a small port.