Where we are: our apartment is situated in Ladispoli, a commune of the province of Rome, with 35.895 citizens.
In etruscan period the zone, that the present Palo corresponds to, was the port of Caere (Cerveteri) and it was called Alsium. Later it became Roman colony, so a lot of eminent characters of Rome adopted it like zone of vacation (remember the restive of the Pompeo’s villa near Marina di San Nicola and of the Roman villa in the gardens of the posta Vecchia). The harbour was destroyed from Totila and we have just few restive under the castle of Palo. This, built on a medieval fort around 1500, and its name derives by the marshes that surrounded the zone. Later on the castle was gained from the Odescalchi: in 1881 the shire of Palo was attributed to Livio III who gave it to the son, Ladislao. In 1888 Ladislao, who transferred into the castle, shared the zone between the torrents Sanguinara and Vaccina and Ladispoli made its first step in the story like a commune.
How arrive to Ladispoli:
By car: going on the Highway Rome–Civitavecchia (A12), to go out Cerveteri–Ladispoli turn right until the traffic light; then turn left going on the Via Aurelia towards Rome; after about 400 meters turn right on the first little road before the traffic lights. Go straight entering in Ladispoli.
By train: F. S. Urban tube line Rome–Civitavecchia. Go down the Railway Station of Ladispoli. From here you can take a taxi or you can go on foot along Via Genoa until the promenade (about 10 minutes).
By bus: with COTRAL from Rome, the terminal bus is in Cornelia zone (take the line A of the Underground going down to Cornelia).
By airplane: From the Fiumicino airport you can catch any train that do NOT go to Roma Termini. Go down to Roma Trastevere and take the train for Cerveteri–Ladispoli. Continue with the indications ubicated in the section "In treno". See in the helm of exploration "Services" to find us using our service “Pick up”.