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Riserva Naturale di Tor Caldara

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Via Ardeatina Km. 34,400, 00042, Anzio, Italy
+39 06 986 4177
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Unusual wooded area

This is interesting to visit due to the sulphur springs within the wooded area.So as well as... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Philip P
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Clacton-on-Sea, United Kingdom
Found by accident but a lovely morning out.

Lovely local wilderness area with the remains of the old WWII foxholes and a roman tower. very... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Julie M
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Derbyshire, United Kingdom
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3 days ago
“Unusual wooded area”
23 May 2017
“Found by accident but a lovely morning out.”
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Via Ardeatina Km. 34,400, 00042, Anzio, Italy
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is interesting to visit due to the sulphur springs within the wooded area.So as well as visiting a wood you get to see a very rare site of the sulphur springs for free.

Thank Philip P
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

Lovely local wilderness area with the remains of the old WWII foxholes and a roman tower. very poignant and change from the coastline. nice walk on a warm day.

Thank Julie M
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

Tor Caldara is perfect for a small trip when you visit Lavinio. Entrance is for free and the "woods" is ideal also for smaller kids. The view is splendid and you can still see the holes used by American soldiers during 2. World War. Sad...More

Thank Kristina L
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Reviewed 11 August 2016

Really nice park that shows how the coastline would have been before development. Offers a quite, calm walk out to the Tor, the rough the sulphur pong and along by the animal sanctuary. Also a preserved section of cork trees which are fascinating to see...More

1  Thank Brian L
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Reviewed 28 September 2015

Very interesting nature reserve, with pools and streams of sulfur water. So a bit smelly at times but the views more than compensate. Entrance is free but the park is only open in the weekend. I walked from Anzio which proved quite a trek, but...More

2  Thank Yawnn
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Reviewed 26 July 2015

A Site of European Importance, the park shows you what the coastline looked like before the lido and the beaches were developed. Beautiful place with several different habitats: the coastal dunes, a coastal forest of Mediterranean evergreens and oaks that covered the entire Lazio coast...More

1  Thank RonL40
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Reviewed 5 June 2015

Really nice place to visit: diversity of natural species, sulphur, seaside... one of the few places to see the ancient coastal wilderness of central Italy.

1  Thank andreadic
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Reviewed 28 March 2015

Unfortunately there is not that much blossoms as usual there in early springtime - but there IS more than enough green throughout the year. An average-idea what is/was italy all around. Lots of plants and nature and some animals.

Thank Seamus M
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Reviewed 21 February 2013

Great place, it shows how the Lazio coast was before being destroyed by crazy and ignorant developement. The riserva had been saved by being exployted for building houses. It has a centre for the safeguard of wild animals, where they cure wounded animals. Great landscape,...More

4  Thank adriaAnzio
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Anita G
13 June 2016|
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Response from sch8les |
Hi, reach metro station "Laurentina" on line B and get there "RML-TVA-NE" bus direction "Nettuno". Get off at "Ardeatina, v Ninfa Alburnea" after more than a hour and you'll be exactly in front of the entrance. They are open... More
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