Terracina preserves extraordinary evidences about its history. The town is dominated by the temple of Giove Anxur, from where you can see the Pontine Isles. In the ancient part of town you can admire buildings of different ages. The modern town developed around the eighteenth century Borgo Pio and afterwards along the sea.
The large territory of Terracina –coast, plain and mountain- preserves the beauty ancient of landscape; from the hilly valley of Campo Soriano and Madonnina of Monte Leano you can see a wonderful view of the Pianura Pontina.
Terracina is rich of folk traditions, like the feast of San Cesareo ( patron of the town ), or the feast of San Silviano, the feast of Madonna Assunta and the feast of Madonna del Carmelo, with the impressive procession to the sea.
Wines of Terracina are famous: Moscato di Terracina (IGP), Casanese and Aleatico. The fruit and vegetables are of the highest quality due to the fertile earth in this area.
Territory and town of Terracina are connected:
- by car through the SS 148 Pontina, the SS Appia or the Motorway A1 (exit Frosinone);
- by train through the rail Terracina-Roma Termini and through the rail Napoli-Roma from the rail station of Monte San Biagio (you can consult Infocittà trasporti).
- by car through SS Flacca as far as Formia, then the Superstrada Formia-Cassino, the SS Domiziana or the Motorway A1, exit Frosinone.
- by train through the railway Roam – Napoli from the rail station of Monte San Biagio (you can consult Infocittà trasporti).
From Roma: 100 km
From Napoli: 120 km