After Rome, Latina is the second largest city in the Lazio region of central Italy. It’s about an hour from Rome, south, towards the Mediterranean. Latina’s history is fascinating, starting with its creation as the capital by Mussolini, who drained all the surrounding swamp land and commissioned numerous nationalist buildings and monuments from the best known Italian artists and architects of the day. Some of the best places to stay in Latina are now housed in these buildings. But most people come here for the Parco Nazionale del Circeo, a beautiful strip of coastline with great forests, sand dunes and cliffs with amazing grottoes and bays, and the island of Zannone.
Latina is also known for its proximity to some beautiful sandy beaches, and some of the best places to stay in Latina have spectacular views of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Chic coastal hotel set on the sand dunes of the Circeo National Park. A picture of urbanity, the rooms are stylish and sleek with verandas that offer stunning views out onto the Mediterranean sea. Everything is catered towards relaxation, so enjoy hydromassage pools or simply recline on the beach.
Latina (San Felice Circeo)
A delightful hotel set within botanical gardens. The rooms are large and light, and the suites in separate villas have private balconies and all mod cons. Private beach, two pools, spa and restaurant serving excellent local delicacies. Idyllic views. A perfect romantic break in the Mediterranean.