From Marina di Pescia Romana via Riva dei Tarquini among pine forests and wide, sandy beaches, arriving in Santa Marinella, considered the “pearl” of the Tyrrhenian Sea, to Marina di San Nicola for relaxing holidays. This is the Etruscan Riviera, between the southernmost part of the river Chiarone Ladispoli and held for about 85 kilometers.
The area encompasses the coastal municipalities of Montalto di Castro, Tarquinia, Civitavecchia and Santa Marinella Ladispoli, while the inside is pushed toward urban and monumental places of great interest or curiosity: Vulci, Tuscania, Allumiere, Tolfa, Cerveteri.
There is a resort and seaside resorts developed in the 50s with a slightly sloping shoreline, vast pine forests and wide beaches with dark sand to the presence of volcanic minerals transported by waterways or coastal erosion products.