[layout][one_third] [heading size=”smaller” alt_style=”true” align=”left”]Cerveteri[/heading][image image_url=”http://www.casalesasso.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/cerveteri.jpg” width=”one-third” align=”left” /]

Cerveteri (Caere), dating back to the IX century B.C., is known for its Etruscan origin and its medieval centre. The area is also much appreciated for its top quality wine production. [/one_third][one_third] [heading size=”smaller” alt_style=”true” align=”left”]Necropoli Etrusca[/heading][image image_url=”http://www.casalesasso.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/necropoli.jpg” width=”one-third” align=”left” /]

A visit to the Etruscan Necropolis of “Banditaccia”, listed among UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is like stepping back in time.  [/one_third][one_third is_last=”true”] [heading size=”smaller” alt_style=”true” align=”left”]Castel del Sasso[/heading][image image_url=”http://www.casalesasso.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/sasso2.jpg” width=”one-third” align=”left” /]

Located in a beautiful landscape the small settlement of Sasso, inhabited since the Bronze Age, still preserves important traces of its medieval and renaissance past. [/one_third][/layout][layout][one_third] [heading size=”smaller” alt_style=”true” align=”left”]Borgo di Ceri[/heading][image image_url=”http://www.casalesasso.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/ceri.jpg” width=”one-third” align=”left” /]

Ceri, a big tourist attraction, is a tiny medieval village settled on a tufaceous spur of volcanic origin and enclosed in a fortress. The entrance carved in the rock is remarkable. .[/one_third][one_third] [heading size=”smaller” alt_style=”true” align=”left”]Castello di S. Severa[/heading][image image_url=”http://www.casalesasso.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/s.severa.jpg” width=”one-third” align=”left” /]

Santa Severa is situated on the area of the ancient Pyrgi, an important port of the Etruscan Caere. Now it is a very small village with an enchanting castle facing the sea.
[/one_third][one_third is_last=”true”] [heading size=”smaller” alt_style=”true” align=”left”]Bracciano’s Lake[/heading][image image_url=”http://www.casalesasso.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/lago.jpg” width=”one-third” align=”left” /]

Towered by with its fairytale castle Orsini-Odescalchi, Bracciano offers spectacular views of the lake, a medieval historic centre and nice typical restaurants.
[/one_third] [/layout][layout][one_third] [heading size=”smaller” alt_style=”true” align=”left”]Tolfa[/heading][image image_url=”http://www.casalesasso.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/tolfa.jpg” width=”one-third” align=”left” /]

Located at 550m (a.s.l.) and dominated by the ruins of an old castle, the splendid medieval town of Tolfa is known for its traditional leather handicrafts.
[/one_third][one_third] [heading size=”smaller” alt_style=”true” align=”left”]Caldara di Manziana[/heading][image image_url=”http://www.casalesasso.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/caldara.jpg” width=”one-third” align=”left” /]

Istituito il Monumento Naturale della Caldara. L’area protetta è situata all’interno del Parco naturale regionale  di Bracciano e Martignano. A soli 5 minuti da Casale Sasso[/one_third][one_third is_last=”true”] [heading size=”smaller” alt_style=”true” align=”left”]Terme di Stigliano[/heading][image image_url=”http://www.casalesasso.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/terme.jpg” width=”one-third” align=”left” /]

The first testimony of the existence of Stigliano dates back to the Etruscan period. We know, in fact, that this ancient people was closely linked to the cult of spas and to these places which were considered sacred. In Roman times the waters were called “Thermae Stygyane”, in analogy with the magic powers of the waters of the Stygian marshes. [/one_third][/layout]