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Roccantica is a pedestrian medieval village that rises steeply above the olive groves of the Sabine Hills.
Roccantica is one of many hilltowns in Sabina, like many, surrounded by ancient walls. Its history remains as vivid as its buildings. An architectural mosaic perfected by time and as lively as the yearly festivals that have made Roccantica famous. Only 50km north of Rome and an hour's drive away from Viterbo, Orvieto, Spoleto, Assisi and Fiumicino International Airport. The train station of Poggio Mirteto Scalo is 15km away where a commuter train leaves every 40mns to the airport and all of the main stations of Rome.
Roccantica is a pedestrian medieval village that rises steeply above the olive groves of the Sabine Hills. Roccantica is one of many hilltowns in Sabina surrounded by ancient walls. Its history remains as vivid as its buildings. Only 50km north of Rome and an hour's drive away from Viterbo, Orvieto, Spoleto, Assisi and Fiumicino International Airport. The train station of Poggio Mirteto Scalo is 15km away where a commuter train leaves every 40mns to the airport and all of the main stations of Rome.