Things to see and do - Sabaudia
Sabaudia Travel guide
Sabaudia : Michelin's recommendations
In the 1930s Mussolini had the Pontine Marshes drained and ordered the construction of new towns, under the aegis of architects of the "Italian Movement for Rationalist Architecture". Sabaudia was built as part of that initiative, completed within 253 days and inaugurated with great ceremony on 15 April 1934 by King Vittore Emmanuele III and Queen Elena of Montenegro. Held in close association with the town, the Duce can be spotted among the figures harvesting wheat in the large mosaic by Ferrazi that decorates the façade of the Church of the Holy Annunciation.
Corso V. Emanuele III 120 I - 04016 Sabaudia
The Mini Hotel is situated in a quiet area of Sabaudia, close to the lake and to the Circeo National Park. A public shuttle for Saporetti Beach leaves from nearby. Rooms come with free Wi-Fi access and Sky TV channels. Halfway between Rome and Napl..
Via Venezia 1 I - 04016 Sabaudia
Prix Prices from : 45 €
Featuring the typical restaurant La Piramide and located 500 metres from Sabaudia’s historic centre and 5 minutes’ drive from the Pola Lake. Hotel Casinò offers large rooms and free outdoor parking. The air-conditioned rooms come with flat-screen TV..
Corso Vittorio Emanuele III 2 I - 04016 Sabaudia
Prix Prices from : 70 €
Le Palme is a modern hotel in the centre of Sabaudia, close to Circeo National Park, and to the splendid Lake of Paola. Free parking is available on site. Hotel Le Palme offers large rooms with private bathroom, fridge and independent air conditioni..