What to do and see in Santa Marinella, Italy: The Best Places and Tips

March 4, 2018 Jeremy Dunfee

Santa Marinella is a comune (municipality) in the Metropolitan City of Rome in the Italian region Lazio, located about 60 kilometres (37 mi) northwest of Rome.
Restaurants in Santa Marinella

1. Castello di Santa Severa

Via del Castello, 00050, Santa Marinella, Italy +39 0766 570209
Excellent
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Good
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Satisfactory
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4 based on 376 reviews

Castello di Santa Severa

Reviewed By Kety_mad - Belgrade, Serbia

Small but interesting old castle, a museum inside of it, several shops with hand-made souvenirs, beautiful Gardens and antiques around the castle..
The place is interesting because it lays between two Beaches and the view is incredible from both sides!
Great place to stop and visit if you go to see the italian coast or passing by it..

2. Museo del Territorio

Via del Castello di Santa Severa, 00050 Santa Severa, Santa Marinella, Italy +39 0766 570077
Excellent
49%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Terrible
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Overall Ratings

4 based on 70 reviews

Museo del Territorio

Reviewed By Christian_Fresco

The castle is a major attraction if you are in the neighborhood. I did the tour and I must say it was very interesting, both the works of art that the castle's history are suggestive. In addition, the Panorama is breathtaking.
Really recommended a visit to the workshop of the alchemist, where Messer Giulio, an extraordinary character, will charm you with his stories and his experiments.
After many years when it was closed to visitors it is finally returned.

3. Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica

via del Castello, 00050, Santa Marinella, Italy +39 06 3996 7999
Excellent
51%
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica

The "Museo Civico del Mare e della Navigazione Antica" is part of the extraordinary archaeological and monumental area of Pyrgi and the Castle of Santa Severa.. Seven rooms house more than one hundred exhibits distributed along an exhibition and educational tour that introduces visitors to the theme of underwater archeology and ancient navigation submitting several interesting aspects of "life on

Reviewed By apis42 - Caserta, Italy

A small museum, located at the entrance of S. Severa Castle, where Doctor Enei, the director has collected hundreds of artefacts coming from the excavations made in the area. The history of maritime activities is explained through models and drawings. A library with more than 4000 books is accessible to students and visitors.

4. Stabilimento Balneare la Scogliera

Lungomare Pyrgi, 00050 Santa Severa, Santa Marinella, Italy +39 333 197 5419
Excellent
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Good
60%
Satisfactory
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4 based on 17 reviews

Stabilimento Balneare la Scogliera

Reviewed By RRforty2 - Tivoli, Italy

il mio giudizio è "viziato" da esperienze estere dove i servizi sono effettivamente superiori: docce incluse, lettini comodissimi, pulizia irreprensibile, a creta spesso l'accesso e l'utilizzo di letini ed ombrelloni gratis -ho scritto gratis- consapevoli i gestori che il cliente si fermerà per uno snack, un drink, un gelato...
alla scogliera l'ambiente è molto familiare, gestori cortesi e clienti abituali comprensorio roma/civitavecchia, hai la possibilità di noleggiare anche i soli lettini a 5.00 euro cad. con riduzione a 4.50 dopo le 14.00, i 2 wc sono quasi sempre decenti, controllati con una certa cadenza da una delle addette.
purtroppo la clientela, prettamente famiglie, significa tanti bambini di per se molto bello,capita però che non tutte le famiglie siano rispettose del contesto e spesso la caciara è esagerata in spiaggia e i tavoli e sedie al bar spesso sporchi - non essendoci servizio al tavolo, dovrebbero essere gli ospiti a ripulire i propri resti-
le docce: far pagare 0,20 doccia fredda e 0,50 doccia calda è decisamente fuori luogo,considerato il pagamento servizi spiaggia e l'entità degli incassi al bar, continuo il via vai e l'attesa in coda per l'ordinazione.

5. Pino al Mare

Via Domizio Cneo 32, 00058 Santa Severa, Santa Marinella, Italy +39 0766 570027
Excellent
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Good
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Satisfactory
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3.5 based on 61 reviews

Pino al Mare

Reviewed By laura7777 - Italy

I like the fresh local fish ,the amazing location and the warf welcoming of the owner Simone dislike nothing !!!

6. Lydo Santa Severa

Lungomare Pirgy, 00050 Santa Severa, Santa Marinella, Italy +39 331 877 2982
Excellent
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Good
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Satisfactory
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Poor
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4 based on 28 reviews

Lydo Santa Severa

Reviewed By Ste C - East Midlands, United Kingdom

Great beach with a unique view. A hidden gem as it were. The only snag was that we got there so late that there weren't any sunbeds left. You must pay a small fee to use them. But that was to be expected.

7. Antiquarium di Pyrgi e Area archeologica

Localita Castello di Santa Severa, 00058, Santa Marinella, Italy +39 0766 570194
Excellent
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Good
33%
Satisfactory
42%
Poor
6%
Terrible
6%
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3.5 based on 15 reviews

Antiquarium di Pyrgi e Area archeologica

Reviewed By fjane84 - Island of Malta, Malta

We came to that area especially to see Pyrgi, and Etruscan port where later the Romans established a settlement too.
The area has an excavated temple and is famous for the Pyrgi Tablets, golden sheets marked with very rare examples of the Etruscan language.
The door is locked so you have to ring the bell, we were told you can only enter if you buy a ticket for entering the castle nearby, which we didn't have time to do- but kindly the lady allowed us to enter anyway.
The small room is filled with many artefacts, most in fragmented state but some really impressive.
There are some English translations but not much. There was a pygri tablet on display but it wasn't clear if it was a copy or real- as I was under the impression that they are all in the British Museum, London.
The excavation areas which include the temple were in a different place and were only open by guided tours on Sunday we found out, which was a shame.
It's a pity the museum is only accessible to those who buy a ticket museum, as it should be a stand-alone attraction due to its historic importance.
In the area are Etruscan walls and a less busy (than the other side) black sand beach.
Parking is nearby and free.

8. Villa Cerrano

Santa Marinella, Italy
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4 based on 2 reviews

Villa Cerrano

Reviewed By Pino D - Santa Marinella, Italy

Difficile capire come un splendido pezzo d'arte venga mandato in rovina villa stupenda, che architettonicamente parlando è da considerare un pezzo unico e quindi di inestimabile valore. Difficile capire come non si sia provveduto negli anni ad una manutenzione di tipo conservativa atta a restituirla a l'antico splendore o forse tutto questo è frutto nel menefreghismo della proprietà privata o dell'incapacità del comune ad appropriarsi di un inestimabile bere da riutilizzale nell'ottica del bene a fruibilità pubblica.

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