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Di seguito riportiamo i giorni di apertura dei giardini di Ninfa 2017
APRILE: 1 / 2 / 9 / 16 / 17 / 23 / 25 / 30
MAGGIO: 1 / 6 / 7 / 14 / 21 / 28
GIUGNO: 2 / 3 / 4 / 18
LUGLIO: 1 / 2
AGOSTO: 5 / 6 / 15
SETTEMBRE: 2 / 3
OTTOBRE: 7 / 8
NOVEMBRE: 5
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mattina pomeriggio
marzo – aprile – maggio – giugno 9,00 – 12,00 14,30 – 18,00
luglio – agosto – settembre 9,00 – 12,00 15,00 – 18,30
ottobre – novembre 9,00 – 12,00 14,00 – 16,00



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Hello, I'm Sonia

Welcome to my wonderful bed & breakfast

Immersed in magical surroundings, beneath the distinctive Tower of Monticchio.

My aim is to offer a relaxing stay, without frills or fuss but comfortable and welcoming, where guests' needs are our priority.

Our B&B is ideal for all those visitors who enjoy exploring local culture and customs as well as all the magnificent natural, historical and ancient sights of the area.

We are located in Monticchio, a village in the district of Sermoneta, in the province of Latina.

In 2008 our local community was again awarded an Orange Flag

The Orange Flag is a guarantee for the discerning tourist of a quality experience, discovering local cultures and traditions off the beaten track of the usual tineraries.

Sermoneta is a little jewel of a city with a population of around 7,000, perched on a hill at 257 metres above sea level, just a few kilometres from the town of Latina.

The local council has worked hard to preserve the historical heritage of this ancient medieval city, and with such success that Sermoneta is considered to be one of the most important tourist destinations around Latina and Rome.

Walking the narrow, cobbled streets of Sermoneta, you'll feel yourself immersed in history, transported back a thousand years to the Middle Ages.

Sights of particular interest:

Valvisciolo Abbey, 3km from our B&B

Ninfa gardens and ruins, 4km from our B&B

Sermoneta the medieval city with its Castle of the Caetani, 7km from our B&B

Norba, archaeological site of an ancient Roman city, 13km from our B&B

NINFA LAKE

Although better known as forming part of the Oasis (gardens and ruins) of Ninfa, the lake has nevertheless always been considered important in its own right in the Pontinian region. The papal encyclopedias of the [previous century] already mention this little lake of the Roman countryside (in the province of Velletri, as it was then) rather than the much bigger ones known as Del Vescovo and S. Antonio. Distinguished by the fact that its waters rise up amidst the ruins of the ancient city of the Caetani, the lake sits as a perfect pearl in the landscape. In every painting, print and photograph of Ninfa, it never fails to be featured in the foreground, with the distinctive tower of Ninfa rising behind it. The lake lies at 24 metres above sea level and with its circumference of just 600 metres, it certainly qualifies as small – but beautiful. Various explorations and hydrological surveys of the region have indicated that the subterranean waters of the Monte Lepini hills, which don't have any surface springs, all merge to come out of the ground right amongst the ruins of Ninfa, thus forming the lake and its river. This also explains why its waters are incredibly pure, helping to create a welcoming natural environment such as for the couple of otters which at one time lived in the Oasis, or the herds of buffaloes that until a couple of generations ago used to come and drink from the lake. These days the lake, surrounded as it is by lush banks of reeds and covered in water lilies, set amongst the gardens and ruins, forms part of a unique environment, a particularly harmonious and suggestive atmosphere in which the visitor may easily feel themselves transported to a timeless place.

Translation by Isabelle Waterstone