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About Ladispoli

Though the town appeared in earnest at the end of the 19th century, Ladispoli can trace it's origins back beyond the Romans to the Etruscan era. These days it is renowned for its beautiful coastline and lovely beaches. Our selection of the best places to stay in Ladispoli make the most of the town's stunning coastal positioning, yet being only twenty miles from Rome they're also ideal for day trips to the city.

What not to miss:

  • The main sight of interest from the Etruscan period is the fascinating necropolis of Monteroni and Vaccina.
  • The finest remnant of Roman times in the town is the Villa of Pompey.
  • You can trace the town's medieval history at the Castle of Palo, originally built in the 11th century and re-designed in the 16th century.
  • One big reason to come to Ladispoli is the beaches.

Don't forget that the best places to stay in Ladispoli will be very busy during the peak summer months. So if you plan to visit during July or August, get organised and book well ahead.

The best places to stay in Ladispoli

For an historic stay

  • Built on the site of ancient Roman ruins, La Posta Vecchia is a gorgeous 16th century villa. Featuring luxurious rooms, a glorious seaside positioning and a sumptuous in-door swimming pool. To cap it all off, there's an incredible Michelin starred restaurant. Perfect for a romantic retreat.

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Travel Information

  • The closest airport to Ladispoli is Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci International (14 miles).
  • There are very regular trains running between Rome and Ladispoli.
  • If you're looking to hire a car, we recommend visiting our online partner Rentalcars.
  • The best time to visit Ladispoli is from May to September, when the temperature sits comfortably in the twenties.

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Best Hotels in Ladispoli

  • La Posta Vecchia 19 rooms from £281

    Ladispoli

    A spectacular 16th century seafront hotel built on Ancient Roman ruins. With luxury at every turn, the rooms are adorned with antique furnishings, none more spectacular than the beds. Dine on the terrace at the sumptuous michelin starred restaurant with staggering sea views. Ideal for romance.

    Historic  -  Built in 1640 on Roman ruins this property is of great significance to the local area
    Romantic Break  -  Totally indulgent, utterly relaxing and great for couples
    Foodies  -  The Caesar is a Michelin Starred restaurant
    Sights nearby  -  Day trips to Rome can be organised at the hotel.
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