Ladispoli is a quaint Mediterranean village, close enough to Rome to drop by for lunch, and be back to catch some sun. The fishing village, Ladispoli is a place to find new friends and the enjoyable, slow Mediterranean pace, Ladispoli style. The fishing village, beaches, and deep-sea fishing of Ladispoli can keep visitors busy for days. It is almost surreal that the village is less than a 30-minute drive from Rome, and Vatican City. Local cites include the Castle of Palo, built in 1132. The new city sits on the ancient city of Alsium. The city was destroyed 6AD during the Gothic War. Visitors can spend hours looking through the ruins.
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