Apartment in the centre of Tarquinia Lido, 200 meters = 4 minutes on foot from the first beautiful broad sandy free beach north of Rome, the centre of which can be quickly reached by train (45 minutes) or highway. On the 5th floor with elevator, high and secure, luminous and sunny, quiet because set back from the road, distinctive for the wide panoramic Terrace looking over the city and the sea, a large Living room with 2 sofa beds (= 3 people), a Bedroom (= 2 people), an equipped Kitchen and a Bathroom with window and washing machine. Many natural hot water springs and pools in the surroundings for healthy thermal baths to enjoy all the year. FREE: Heating, Private parking, Wi-Fi Internet, maxi TV cinema with Netflix Youtube Prime, interactive speaker Alexa, board games, toys and inflatables, shampoo and hairdryer, soap and toilet paper, washing machine and detergents, iron and ironing board, sun umbrella and sun bed for the Terrace, baby cot, additional bed, two bicycles. For further convenience => the house provides, upon request, sets of bed linen and towels, at the additional cost of the laundry service = 10 Euro per person per stay, to be paid at the check-in. The apartment faces the sea, enjoys a dry sunny climate and receives the good sea breeze, without need for air conditioning and without restaurant odors. In the mild winter the rooms are heated by modern radiators german style. All around there are bars, ice cream parlors, pizzerias, restaurants, takeaways, newspapers, tobacconists, household goods, groceries, fishmonger, beautician and massages, medical, pharmacy, church, ATM and Post Office. Romantic walks and red sunsets along the great waterfront. The free beach is 200 meters near, 4 minutes walking under pine trees. The sand is white, of medium grain: not sticky yet soft and very pleasant, which slopes gently into the shallow, warm and clean sea: a perfect environment for children and adults. From April to October are also available many services of beach beds and sun umbrellas, games and swimming pools, entertainment and dances by the sea; in the evenings fun fair for everybody; on Sundays long markets with dozens of stalls. The sea temperature ranges between 15 °C (in March) and 25 °C (in September) and allows corroborating and safe baths without perils: the water is low, warm and transparent, placid in the morning and little more wavy around noon, due to the rising of the breeze, which comes regularly from the south west. Only sometimes (3 days a month) it may intensify as wind from north (tramontana) or south (scirocco). Enjoy bicycles to get around the town and the waterfront cycle path: to the north up to the Marta river, with the fishermen's village, and to the south up to the remains of the ancient Port of Gravisca (600 BC) today called Clementino, and beyond up to the Natural Reserve (with wading birds, swans and flamingos) ending to the village of the old Salterns: large ponds that release salt by evaporation of sea water, founded in this area because proven sunny more than 300 days a year. Many springs and pools of natural hot water in the surroundings: Baths of Ficoncella (20 km, highway exit of Civitavecchia Nord ); Thermae of Vulci (40 km); Terme dei Papi (with a monumental pool) and Thermal park of Bagnaccio (5 differently hot pools) near Viterbo (45 km); Thermae of Stigliano (50 km); warm wild waterfalls of Saturnia (68 km). How to arrive - By car: there is a highway (free) with Viterbo and Orte, and a highway (payment of 1,20 + 2,40 Euro by coins or credit card) with Rome airport. By train: direct connections with Roma (San Pietro Station in 45 minutes, Trastevere and Termini Station in 1 hour) and with the main Tuscany towns of Grosseto (1 hour), Pisa (3 hours) Siena (3 hours) and Florence (4 hours); a regular bus service shuttles from the railway station of Tarquinia (3 km) up to the house. Wonderful places of historical and artistic interest to visit nearby. Famous the Museum of Tarquinia with the winged horses and the Etruscan necropolis with very ancient paintings. Worth a trip: the port of Civitavecchia (20 km) with the archaeological site of Terme Taurine; the medieval buildings and fountains of Tuscania (30 km) and Viterbo (45 km); the Castle and archaeological park of Vulci (33 km); the Castle of Santa Severa (44 km) on the sea and the big Castle of Bracciano (68 km) on the lake; the picturesque citadels of Montefiascone ('Est! Est! Est!' wine) and Capodimonte (to taste pike and whitefish) with volcanic sand beach and boats to the Bisentina island in the Bolsena lake (50 km) whose town had in 1263 the miracle of Corpus Domini with the Blood on the Corporal then transferred to the amazing Cathedral of Orvieto (85 km), passing through the Park of the stone Monsters of Bomarzo (65 km). Breathtaking the Argentario promontory with the Port of Santo Stefano (65 km) for boarding at the Giglio island. A catholic church, ingenious wooden architecture on 4 hinged pillars, is 300 meters near, six minutes on foot. Along the coastal road SP45 for Civitavecchia, the church of Sant'Agostino (14 km) marks the place of His angelic Vision and exhibits the Holy Mary statuette who wept Blood 14 times in 1995, prompting the Pope Wojty?a to apply a golden crown on it. Easy to taste excellent meat and fish with local wine everywhere. Many farms in the generous countryside around, with agricultural sales of vegetables, fruit, cheese and honey at km 0. Recurrent festivals in the neighbouring countries, such as Monteromano renowned for its Maremma meat, Capalbio for wild boar and Tolfa for mushrooms and snails. In short, a holiday parenthesis to remember with pleasure because it will leave satisfaction on all fronts.