The medieval castle is a nice addition to what is one of the nicer beaches that are easily accessible from Rome. Take the train from the Roma Termini to Santa Severa for 4 euros and have a nice relaxing day at the beach. There are...More
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Maybe it was that I went with high expectations, and don't get me wrong, the caste is beatiful and so is the view from its tower... bou the WOW factor was missing. Tip: small kids aren't allowed up the tower, so you'll have to skip...More
from 25 April has re-opened the castle of santa severa. Santa Severa is near Civitavecchia. the ticket price includes entry to 5 museums. to visit the tower you have to pay an extra charge of 3 euros. the view from the tower is spectacular. Open...More
More than the castle itself it's a combination of many things, the beach is clean and even though not huge, still big enough to accomodate lots of people, also the coffee shop sells interesting pizzas, sandwiches and a good assortment of drinks. The tour guides...More
We go to the Castle quite often, mainly to hang around its outside walls because they overlook a little rocky beach where we like to lay in the sun and listen to the waves crash against the rocks in the summer time. It is a...More
Interesting old castle but rather small. Several shops, beautiful gardens and antiques around the castle. The castle lays between two beaches and the view is breathtaking. Worth the visit.
After visiting Santa Severa just to see all the cats, stroll along the beach and enjoy the castle from the outside, we finally got the chance to visit inside. It is a pity the opening hours are quite limited, but this castle really is a...More
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...More
Visits to the Castle are by guided tours only. I had an excellent guide, the videos that were running in several rooms are very good at explaining the history of the site from pre roman times.