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1385970_562519793818402_1496157164_nWe are a group of enthusiasts who seek weekly outing fun and entertainment.
IMG-20140608-WA0004When we are at the starting point we put aside the everyday problems and have fun with friends along the trails of our beautiful land Lazio. During our meeting we are always looking to discover new routes and heavily we remind the spirit of team leaving free our way of biking. We are not competitive athletes we like to call ourselves athletes of our limits .
Obviously we do not do nature walks, but of course we ride always with the spirit of the group and it’s nice at the end of the trail all of us together sharing a moment of relax.
We organize activities both in our area Ladispoli and Cerveteri. In 2014, we have created a school bike with masters of the FCI
Joining our group does not cost anything, just get a mountain bike, a helmet and a minimal desire to ride and surely you will find a way to have fun with us.
If you want to know more please contact us by e-mail villagebikeclub@gmail.com and we’ll give you all the information you need. Visit also our site Village Bike Club

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Villa Clodia is a prestigious late 19th century residence, which can boast an enviable clodia_2016panoramic view of both Lake and Castle Bracciano and of the ancient Roman Aqueduct of Traiano.
It is splendidly set in the quiet centre of Manziana, a stone’s throw from the railway station on the Rome-Viterbo line (FM3): an ideal starting point to set out on the discovery of the neighbouring area with the Etruscan Necropolis of Cerveteri and a beautiful wood with picnicking.
The villa, which can be rented for exclusive use, has 11 comfortable rooms made more precious by elegant antique furniture and rich fabrics. Villa Clodia is also the ideal location for any sort of event, thanks to its charming restaurant, air-conditioned wide hall, cosy outdoors facilities and refined arrangements; high quality service and careful choice of products are a guarantee of success for wedding receptions, meetings and gala dinners. The refinement and pleasant quiet of the place are matched by the helpful attitude of the owners.

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You can discover Torre Flavia in Ladispoli the beach area far 40 km far from Rome. The Flavia Tower was a military installation built in Roman times and rebuilt quite a few times during the Middle Ages. In the 16th C. Cardinal Flavio Orsini had it reconstructed and its is to him that it owes its name.
The Torre Flavia, which at the time was on the mainland, was part of a system of watchtowers that stretched down the entire coast and which included the Castle of Paolo, the Saracen Tower of Santa Severa, the Odescalchi Castle Tower in S. Marinella; it was used as a watchtower right up to the beginning of the 19th C. when it was still equipped with two 12 and 13 calibre cannons and 3 rifles with bayonets.
Unfortunately the Allied bombings during the Second World War destroyed the upper floors of the tower completely, effectively making the tower unusable.
Today around the area of the tower you can find restaurants and camping to spent the holidays. The beach here is almost brown coloured and it’s possible to have a walk along the beachside up to the Castle of Santa Severa in the north direction and down to Marina di San Nicola in the south direction.

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Going away from Rome following the North direction, you will arrive at the medieval Village of Ceri, settled on a tufaceous spur of volcanic origin. Its ancient houses facing the tiny central square, tightened around both the Sanctuary of the Virgin Mary and the austere Palace of the noble family Torlonia. A context of  historic and naturalistic interest forms the background of this charming agricultural settlement.
Its typical sceneries, its precious wines and its traditional cooking are all expressions of the Mediterranean flavours of the Maremma Laziale.
Ceri is to be considered as a starting point for noteworthy itineraries, starting from the castles along the seaside of Palo and Santa Severa, ending up at the fortress of Michelangelo and the harbour of Civitavecchia; from the Etruscan necropolis of Cerveteri to the thermal springs; from the naturalistic oasis of Palo and the mountains of Tolfa to the hot springs of Manziana.
Not so far from the borough, about 3 km, there are the beaches of Palidoro, San Nicola and Ladispoli that facing along the Tyrrhenian sea.

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At Ladispoli, just 40 km far from Rome, is the oasis of the Palo, born in 1980, with WWF and the Princes Odescalchi, who are the owners of the area. This nature reserve is close with the beachside of Ladispoli and with the Castle Odescalchi.
This area has the advantage of having kept its value intact natural forests one of the last remaining lowland wet on the coast, once extended all along the Tyrrhenian Sea. Oaks, cedars, maples, oaks, but also smaller, flowering ash, ciavardelli are trees that present themselves to those who want to enter into this environment once called “jungle”, impenetrable, dangerous but at the same time, fascinating.
For a long time used as a hunting reserve, when Pope Leo X was used to kill deer and fallow deer, the oasis, today, remains the only “reserve” where foxes, porcupines, badgers, but also skunks, weasels and hedgehogs, can be found refuge. But the oasis of Palo is also the place where many birds can make a stop along their migratory routes or stop to nest. Nightingales, Rigoli, long-tailed tits and great tits, in fact, build their nests in the foliage of oak trees, and horned, barn owls and tawny owls at night they move to capture prey for their young.

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Camerata Nuova – Sagra della Braciola
Gallicano nel Lazio – Sagra del Ciambellone
Cineto Romano – Sagra della Polenta
Riofreddo – Sagra degli Gnocchi
Ladispoli – Sagra del Carciofo Romanesco
Filacciano – Sagra del Pecorino e delle Fave
Palombara sabina – Sagra della Ciliegia
Carchitti – Sagra delle Fragole
Campagnano di Roma – Sagra del Baccanale
Monterotondo – Sagra delle Fave e del Pecorino
Nerola – Sagra dei Gnocchi al Castrato
Camerata Nuova – Sagra del Raviolo Dolce Cameratano
Nemi – Sagra delle Fragole
Riofreddo – Sagra degli Asparagi
Fiano Romano e Monterotondo – Sagra della Lumaca
Ciciliano – Sagra degli Gnocchi ‘Ncati and  Sagra delle Sagne “Cogliu Peco”
Castel Madama – Sagra della Pera Spadona
Monterotondo – Sagra della Panzanella
Riofreddo – Sagra dei Sagnozzi and  Sagra del Tartufo Nero
Allumiere – Sagra della Bistecca
Nerola – Sagra dei Bucatini all’Amatriciana and Sagra della Pizza Fritta Nerolese
Monteflavio – Sagra della Polenta e delle Braciolette di Castrato
Magliano Romano – Sagra del Fungo Galletto
Vicovaro – Sagra della Pagnotta
Mazzano Romano – Sagra della Salsiccia e Bruschetta
Morlupo – Sagra della Polenta e Salsiccia
Segni – Sagra del Marrone Segnino
Viavaro Romano – Sagra del Fagiolo Regina
Capranica Prenestina – Sagra della Mosciarella
Filacciano – Sagra del “U’Filaretto”

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Beachside in MaccareseJust 40 minutes far from Rome I suggest 2 comfortable areas to reach by train starting from Termini Station. These are MACCARESE and LADISPOLI. MACCARESE has good and quite baches to visit and a lot of point where Windsurfer meet.

LADISPOLI instead is very famous for it’s Black-beach reach of minerals of iron (ferrum). In Ladispoli you will find a lot of Restaurants along the beachside where it’s possible to taste the latium fish specialities.Moreover in Ladispoli it’s possible to stay in the famous hotel of POSTA VECCHIA ( http://www.lapostavecchia.com) located just in front of the sea above romans pools.
From Ladispoli and Maccarese trains run for these cities and back to Rome every 30 minutes.

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