17 are the towns that constitute the Castelli Romani district.
The area is not only rich in natural beauties such as the two volcanic lakes of Albano and Nemi and the Castelli Regional Park, but it is also rich in history and culture. Indeed, it maintains the ruins of old Roman and Renaissance villas and villages.
The area is also renowned for its food and local traditions. Many high-quality wines are produced here and perfectly combine with the local specialties: pajata, rigatoni with cheese and pepper, pasta with beans, roasted lamb, grilled chicken and stewed bullock’s tail with pork’s cheek.