Via Delle Colonne, 7
Virginia Agnoni and Enzo Lionello Natilli’s house is founded on a system of pre-Roman cyclopic walls and it is in the centre of the town near important Roman remains.

Virginia is a teacher of English and Enzo teaches painting and has his studio as a painter next to the house. Ginevra is the young daughter.

The bed and breakfast area, recently restored has two small flats, six beds all together, next to the main building, with private bathrooms and independent entrance.

It is Cora, one of the oldest towns in Italy, the origin of which is attributed to Dardano the Trojan.

The mainly medieval centre, rich in old monuments, is set in a pyramid shape on the Lepini mountains and it has two main areas: Cori Valle mt 220 and Cori Monte mt 398.

The most interesting historical and artistic places: the frescoes in the Church of Annunziata, the Church of St Maria della Pietà, the triple cyclopic walls, the Temple of Castor and Pollux, the Catena Bridge, the Church of St Oliva with the museum of the town and the Temple of Hercules.

Interesting natural sites are: the lake of Giulianello and the excursion to Lupone mount, mt 1378, 4. 30 hours.

By car: leave the motorway Roma-Napoli at Valmontone and go past Artena and Giulianello, 25 minutes.

By train: from the station of Cisterna di Latina (13 minutes) or Latina Scalo, 20 minutes there is a train every hour going to Rome or Naples.

It is possible to reach by car the beutiful gardens of Ninfa (10 minutes), "Flying in the sky" the longest flyght in the world, the beach of Latina with the Oasis of Fogliano, the Abbeys of Valvisciolo and Fossanova, Norma, Sermoneta, Sezze and Priverno.

It is also easy to reach in one day excursion: in the North, Rome (35 minutes by train and 1 hour by car) and the Castelli Romani; in the East, Ciociaria with beautiful medieval centres along the valley of the river Sacco such as Anagni and Ferentino, South and West, the Pontine plane and beach with the National Park of Circeo and the towns of Sabaudia, S. Felice Circeo and Terracina.
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