Sabaudia, located in the heart of the Agro Pontino, is characterized by white sand dunes and by amazing views with several green spaces. Thanks to them the city is also well-known as "city - garden".
A seaside town but still a city, it preserves interesting architectural aspects and this is why Sabaudia is considered the city-symbol of Italian architectural rationalism. Piazza del Comune, once Piazza della Rivoluzione, is the hub of the city, around which the town developed. It is surrounded by important buildings: the Palazzo Comunale, with the typical tower, which is 46 meters high, and the Casa del Combattente (next to the Palazzo Comunale) on whose outer wall there is the Bulletin of Victory by A. Diaz.
Not less important, in the historical center, is the Church of the SS. Annunziata, whose façade has a large mosaic by Ferrazzi. The Baptistery, the 47-meter high Bell Tower and the Canonica House, with its beautiful inner courtyard, complete this very suggestive corner of the city, which brings to mind the medieval Italian squares.
Several sports activities can be practiced in Sabaudia, such as rowing, which can be practiced on Lake Sabaudia.
NOTE: distances are set as the crow flies.