Capo d'Anzio is the ancient holiday resort of Rome's great and (not so) good, in the case of the Emperor Nero, and it's easy to see what attracted them here. A beautiful port next to golden beaches, plentiful tasty seafood and a relaxed, beachy atmosphere.
From Capo d'Anzio you can explore the wonders of the Tyrrhenian sea, from Corsica and Sardinia to Sicily; from the bay of Naples, to Ischia and the Amalfi Coast. Whilst inland, Capo d'Anzio is the perfect base for discovering the ancient history of Rome, as well as its fashion-forward shopping and diverse cultural offerings. In Anzio, visit the ruins of Emperor Nero's villa, lapped by the sea and overlooking a beautiful beach. During the Second World War, Anzio was the crucial landing place for allied forces, who, after months of bloody conflict gained Rome and liberated it on 4th June 1944.
In the marina's vicinity you can find all the services you may need such as: laundrette, ATM, supermarket, cafes and restaurants, pharmacy, shops and taxi service.
Rome is served by 3 international airports, Roma-Ciampino (45km), Leonardo da Vinci- Fiumicino (70 km), Urbe (90km). Train links from Anzio are good - 1 hour to Rome.