This luxurious 3 bedroom apartment is located in the popular seaside resort of Anzio near Rome in Italy. The spacious living area includes a large comfortable lounge with TV. Three bedrooms that offer spectacular sea views, two bathroom and a kitchen. Two balconies perfect for al fresco dining on the warm Italian evenings! Anzio itself is packed with great restaurants, bars and Pubs as well as plenty of shops and places of historical interest. Several family friendly beaches are located within an easy walk of our apartment and offer fantastic water sports facilities.
The accommodation consists of: 1 Sitting room with TV, DVD, Radio and CD player.
1 Bedroom with twin beds. 1bedroom with kingsize bed 1 bedroom woth bank beds. 2 Bathrooms, 1 with bath and 1 with walk in shower. Modern kitchen with large fridge freezer, washing machine and all cooking equipment.
Large entrance. Two balconies one facing sea. Parking facility.
Rome by the sea is a beautiful apartment facing beach.
Enjoy the spectacular sea views from the balcony while you sip a cocktail.
The Anzio Apartment is fully furnished with all reasonable utensils. Towels and linen are provided as is a cleaner on arrival and departure dates. There is also the added security of a caretaker.
The Residents-only lift gives easy access to the beach.
Located in the centre between Anzio and Nettuno, our apartment offers the perfect setting for exploring Rome and Lazio. The apartment itself faces the Mediterranean sea, making it a perfect setting for outdoor activities like walking and swimming. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy water sports including sailing, windsurfing and canoeing. There are also several excellent golf courses nearby. The towns of Anzio and Nettuno are within easy reach and are great for shopping and packed with museums, art galleries and other attractions.
Rome is only a short train journey away. There are trains every hour at Euros 3.50 per person.
Along the coast are numerous remains of Roman villas. One, the Domus Neroniana, has been identified as a residence of Nero.
In Anzio can be found the Anzio Beachhead British Military Cemetery and a Beachhead Museum. The Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial is in nearby Nettuno.
About 8 km north of the town there is a WWF park with sulphur springs and a medieval tower, Tor Caldara.
All along the coast a large number of beaches and sea resorts can be found, including hotels and the famous fish restaurants of the port of Anzio. The city once hosted a Casino that is no longer active and now hosts cultural events. In the southern part of the town, close to the border with Nettuno, are many Italian art nouveau style houses.
In the Middle Ages Antium was deserted in favour of Nettuno: at the end of the 17th century Innocent XII and Clement XI restored the harbour, not on the old site but to the east of it, with the opening to the east, a mistake which leads to its being frequently silted up; it has a depth of about 5 m. The sea is encroaching slightly at Anzio, but some kilometres farther north-west the old Roman coast-line now lies slightly inland (see Tiber). The Volscian city stood on higher ground and somewhat away from the shore, though it extended down to it. This was defended by a deep ditch, which can still be traced, and by walls, a portion of which, on the eastern side, constructed of rectangular blocks of tufa, was brought to light in 1897.
 World War II