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What you should know about Pomezia

On the outskirts of Rome lies Pomezia, a municipality in the province of Rome. Formerly Pontine marshes, the city was constructed in 1939 under the leadership of Benito Mussolini and is considered the last new city under his reign. Today, Pomezia is a quiet but flourishing neighborhood and the ideal vacation destination for those wanting easy access to Mediterranean beaches, vineyards, culture, and family-friendly fun, while still being within easy reach of the capital’s main attractions.

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Travelers can enjoy a range of accommodation in Pomezia, including villas with private beaches and swimming pools. These often feature on-site restaurants and fitness centers. If you are looking for clean and comfortable no-frills budget hotels in Pomezia, many offer free WiFi, free parking, and a free buffet breakfast—all within easy reach of Pomezia’s local amenities. Pomezia hotels come highly rated and the Arcom Palace is a firm favorite with visitors wanting to self-cater in luxury surroundings. For a peaceful sanctuary, head to Casale di Tormaggiore Villa and Country Suites; an historic estate surrounded by stunning gardens with a private pool.

Things to see in Pomezia

The beaches of Pomezia are one of this neighborhood’s main attractions. Visitors can head down to the sandy shores where music plays from morning until late into the night, soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the drinks and dining from the numerous local beach bars. The Lavinium Archeological Museum is a popular choice for cultural enthusiasts, thanks to the interactive guided tour that highlights the religious history of the Lazio region and the sanctuaries of Minerva and the XIII altars. Families will want to ensure a day trip to the Zoomarine Park. It’s easy to spend hours watching the park’s lively dolphins, parrots, penguins, and other animals, before hopping on the rides and splashing around in the waterpark. Hidden down a magnificent cypress-tree lined track lies the vineyard of Terre dei Rutuli—an unmissable opportunity for travelers to experience first-hand the delights of a traditional Italian vineyard that produces some of the region’s finest wines.

Good for all travelers

Pomezia is a perfect holiday destination for all types of travelers thanks to its unique location—one day you could be soaking up the sights, history, and culture of Rome and the next could see you basking in the sun on one of its many Mediterranean beaches. Pomezia offers culture, in the shape of museums, as well as family-friendly beaches and an amusement park. It is a great vacation spot for families wanting to enjoy Rome from a distance, with the benefits of having beaches and activities to hand that travelers of all ages will enjoy.

How to get to Pomezia.

Located approximately 18 miles from Leonardo da Vinci - Fiumicino Airport, traveling to Pomezia is simple. Easily accessible via public transport, just hop on the train from Fiumicino Airport to Roma Termini where you can pick up a bus that will take you to Laurentina, from there you can take the Cotral bus that will take you to Pomezia—expect the journey to take approximately an hour and 45 minutes. Alternatively, hire a car from the many car rental companies at the airport or jump in a taxi for a stress-free journey that takes approximately 30 minutes.

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