The portal of the Rome Chamber of Commerce for agritourism and the local area
Parks and natural reserves
The Reserve extends on 152 hectares, near the mineral water spring and along the Sorrel Water ditch. Embellished by long eucalyptus rows, planted at the end of 1800, to prevent malaria, it preserves the ruins of a pre-Roman necropolis. A walk allows to observe what is left of the old downy oak and holm oaks wide woods; streams with willows and poplars and wild orchids on the rocks. Finally the Ciuccio Ditch where, besides small fishes, lives the crayfish, mammals and aquatic birds that populate the protected area.
The Reserve is run by Roma Natura local Authority
Villa Mazzanti, via Gomenizza, 81 – 00195 Roma