The Lazio region has different types of landscape. We meet the mountains of the Apennines Lazio than over 2,000 feet thanks to the mountain Terminillo, then there is a wide hilly area of volcanic origin, where there are several lakes including Lake Bolsena, which is the largest volcanic lake d 'Europe. Near the sea there is a flat strip, once swampy and malarial, then drained during Fascism.
The Lazio region is home of the capital of Italy, Rome. The Lazio region is bordered to the north of Tuscany, with Umbria and Marche to the east with Abruzzo, Molise and Campania, to south with the same, and finally to the west by the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Many accommodation facilities in Lazio (Villas, hotels, bed and breakfast, holiday homes, villas, castles, hostels, residences, apartments) where you can stay for an enjoyable holiday.
Overlooking a very extensive wooded countryside in the south of
central Tuscany (the Maremma) the Villa Sant?Ippolito is surrounded
by untouched mediterranean bush ?macchia?, as far as the eye can
see, 500 mt ...