The paths marked by the Park and the CAI are suitable for trekking, running and nordic walking, with different degrees of difficulty. The same paths can also be covered by mountain-bike. In a large area of meadows and woods of Castelli Romani there are several equestrian centers, but also activities that allow you to tune into horses and donkeys and live a day of “buttero”, the famous horse herdsmen originating in these territories. There are activities for those who like indoor climbing in the gym or outdoors at an adventure park for young and old people. In addition to this the territory is full of swimming pools, gyms, sports fields open to the public even with specific courses.
The territory of Castelli Romani is immensely rich in associations, which offer the possibility to know the territory by making a real experience, mediated by the eyes of those who live there every day. Crossing paths and woods, villages and lakes, you will discover our most authentic traditions through unique experiences created by enthusiasts and volunteers. Prepare not to be treated like a tourist but as a travel companion, sharing stories of life and legends of places that have always fascinated those who have lived them.
You just have to choose how to enter this world, whether on horseback, by bicycle or by kayak, the nature of Castelli Romani will be a good travel companion.
The protagonists of our territory have offers built especially for you!
Discover them below
KAYAK ON THE ALBANO LAKE
Kayak and sup ride on Lake Albano, at the foot of Castel Gandolfo village. Simple and pleasant paddling along the shores of this volcanic lake that hides small coves full of vegetation and Roman remains.
“Kayak Academy” for kayak and sup experience with food&wine tasting
Golf in Castel Gandolfo Golf Club
E-MTB from Villa Cavalletti to Castelli Romani Regional Park
This activity allow you to tune into horses and live a day of “buttero”, the famous horse herdsmen originating in these territories.
SURVIVAL COURSES IN THE CASTELLI ROMANI’S REGIONAL PARK