Marmore waterfall, 2nd highest in Europe with 541 ft of height, has been artificially created by the Romansin 3rd century b.C. to solve the problem of floods in the upper valley. They made the Velino river jump down into the Nera river flowing in the lower valley, thus creating this incredible waterfall. Nowadays the area is a Naturalistic Parkwhich features pathways and trails along the slope of the mountain allowing incredible views over the waterfall.
Piediluco lake, located a few miles from the waterfall, is nestled amidst green hills and offers a mild and fresh climate in hot summertime. A pleasant ferry mini-cruiseacross the lake allows picturesque views over the area. A tiny fishermen village is set along the lake.
Labro Castle and its village, on the border between Lazio and Umbria, on a hilltop from which dominate Piediluco Lake and the Reatina Plain. The Castle was built in 15th Century as the defense of the ancient fortress. It could be visited in a guided tour with a member of ancient Family Nobili Vitelleschi that also today lives in the Castle.
On request half day or full day with choice of routes starting from € 30,00 per person.
The rate includes
Transportation with private shuttle bus
Entrance fee to Marmore Falls Park
Ferry mini-cruise across Piediluco Lake
Guided visit of Labro Castle and light lunch in Castle's yard