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Price and Availability Index in Terracina
Holiday Letting Price Information in Terracina
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Terracina. Terracina is most expensive in August (03/08 - 10/08), when prices are on average £147 a night. In October (19/10 - 26/10), prices will hit an average low of £87 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Terracina
Check how busy Terracina is with our availability graph. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in December (22/12 - 29/12). Conversely, it is in May (18/05 - 25/05) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather in Terracina
This is the climate diagram for Terracina. In August, maximum temperatures climb above 32°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Terracina, with temperatures falling below 2°. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is August.
Ideal Italian Adventure from your Terracina Holiday Home
The Italian beach town of Terracina is halfway between Rome and Naples, and characterised by sun, sea and vespas. But there are also temples here that have weathered a thousand years, seafood restaurants spilling onto the beach heaving with fresh fare, and even a legendary witch.
Taste of Terracina
Fresh seafood on the beach is a common source of enjoyment here, with numerous 'osterias' run by enthusiastic chefs lining the coast. Delicacies include risotto alla pescatora, calamari fritti and boar sausage, with deep fried doughnuts eaten late into the night. Food festivals are the ultimate time to come to Terracina, and every season offers something new: strawberries in the spring, muscat grapes in summer and chestnuts in the autumn.
Travelling around Terracina
Mount Circeo is named after the witch who seduced the Greek hero Odysseus on his voyage home to Ithaca. The story goes that Circe tricked the Greek sailors and turned them into animals, before being outsmarted by their wily leader. Vaguely resembling a woman's profile, the mountain certainly is spellbinding, with a perfect panorama that lights up at sunset. Back in Terracina town, you can time-travel; the beautiful ochre buildings of the centro storico (old town) give way to a ruinous Roman temple dating to the 6th century BCE.
Founded a thousand years ago, this incredible edifice is constructed on the podium of an ancient temple, likely dedicated to Emperor Augustus. This original base can still be seen, and includes 25 ancient steps and a round archway decorated with a mosaic in the Sicilian-Norman style.
Tempio di Giove Anxur
This hidden treasure of the ancient world is mentioned by Livy and Virgil and remains utterly spellbinding today. Overlooking the turquoise ocean is the cloister of an ancient temple. The lengthy avenue of stunning Roman columns rise out of the hill, supporting a higher platform on which the temple itself once stood. This gigantic ancient plinth is a stunning location from which to take in the view, and an atmospheric relic of ancient spiritual life in the second century BCE.
Monumento Naturale Campo Soriano
This remarkable rock formation looks a bit like the spires of a Romanesque church, but is in fact naturally occurring in the landscape of the stunning Campo Soriano Park. Towering monoliths of limestone are scientifically significant and are surrounded by a swathe of flora including laurel, ash, oak, hackberry and butcher's broom.
Museo Civico Pio Capponi
The civic museum of the ancient town of Pio Capponi couldn't be more picturesque, located in the first level of the stuccoed Frumentaria Tower, a 13th century building near the Forum. Founded in 1894, the museum houses artefacts from archaeological investigations in the area, in particular the Monte Saint Angelo Sanctuary, it is filled with antiquities of striking beauty.
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