Sabina in Italy: a hidden corner of the Rome countryside!
Ciao and welcome to Visit Sabina!
If you are looking to visit Italy, but want to see somewhere that is a little ‘off the beaten track’, then Sabina, in the heart of the Rome countryside, is ideal. A tranquil and unspoilt part of Italy, Sabina is steeped in history and mythology. Untouched by mass-tourism, the Sabine Hills are the ideal location for ‘slow travel’; it is simply not possible to be in a hurry in Sabina.
In Sabina, the landscape is different every day; the spectacular Italian countryside changing with the seasons. A haven of peace, calm and tranquillity, visiting Sabina is like a step back in time. Experience the friendliness and hospitality of the local people, and embrace a slower pace of life in a place where time seems to have stood still.
In Sabina you can be truly immersed in nature, surrounded by the sounds of rural life. During the day the Rome countryside can be alive with birdsong. And at night, breaking through the stillness, the air filled with a heavenly chorus of crickets, nightingales and owls.
Whether you are looking for peace and tranquillity or discovery and adventure, you are sure to find it in Sabina. Trek across panoramic mountains, clear streams and picturesque olive groves. Take leisurely walks around the medieval castles and ancient monasteries that adorn the countryside, or just relax with a glass of local wine in one of Sabina’s many stunning hilltop villages. Why not start finding out more about Sabina by selecting one of the following:
- Map of Sabina and the Sabine hills
- Things to see and do in Sabina
- Photo gallery – some images of Sabina
- History of Sabina