Frosinone

Considering the numerous historical testimonials of ancient Italian people, the impressive villages, embedded in a stunning landscape, enchant its visitors in an extraordinary way.

Frosinone is located between Monti Ernici and the Monti Lepini and is the heart of the country's most traditional part of Ciociaria. Especially nature lovers will find in Frosinone the ideal starting point to explore beautiful sceneries, castles and amazing monasteries. A special inside tip are the many caves of Pastena, an enormous complex of caves with stalactites and stalagmites, as well as the caves of Collepardo that still hide various treasures from the Bronze Age.

The city of Frosinone is located on a hill that dominates the entire valley. From the central square, the Piazzaa Vittorio Veneto, you enjoy beautiful panoramas over the surrounding hills and meadowland. Emblem of the city is the Romanesque cathedral Santa Maria Assunta and the imposing prefecture, the Palazzo del Governo.

Nature lovers will find in the area around Frosinone countless opportunities to explore the area by doing some hiking and horseback riding. The nature reserves of Posta Fibreno, Selva di Paliano and Lake Cardito are real treasures and well worth to be visited. Furthermore, the thermal baths of the region are very popular. The beneficial effect of the spring water was already recoginized in the 11th century, including Michelangelo Buonarroti, who made use of the therapeutic waters. In the province, neither skiers come up short.  The ski resorts of Campo Staffi and Campocatino ensure wonderful snow and perfectly groomed runs to leave traces at an altitude of 1500-2000 meters above sea level in the snow.