LIFE IN SABINA
Located between Umbria, Lazio and Abruzzo, about 40Km from Rome, the Sabina is a region rich in olive groves and woods of oaks and beeches. This vast territory starts from the boundaries of the Municipality of Rome and extends to reach the Sabine Mountains through hills and hills often dominated by medieval villages, castles and ancient monasteries. It has always been known for the excellence of the production of extra virgin olive oil for which it has obtained the DOP certification and for its landscape features that have remained substantially unchanged over time thanks to a moderate and careful development of construction and industry.
Cantalupo in Sabina with over 1700 inhabitants dominates, from the fortress on which it is located at an altitude of about 300 meters, much of the splendid view of the surrounding countryside of Sabina.
Today Cantalupo is a small town, equipped with every service (supermarket, gym, pharmacy, post office, bank, schools …). The strategic position of the Sabina, under the direct influence of three major urban and industrial centers such as Rome, Rieti and Terni, makes this territory ideal to experience the tranquility of the countryside without having to pay the inconvenience of isolation or distance from the places of greatest business or commercial interest.
To reach Cantalupo in Sabina
By car : A1 motorway exit Ponzano-Soratte (for those coming from the North) – A1 exit Fiano Romano for those coming from the south or from Rome
Cantalupo in Sabina is about 20Km from both motorway exits.
From Rome North (Cassia-Salaria-Bufalotta-Nomentana), Cantalupo can be reached in just 50 minutes.
On the train: The nearest train station is Poggio Mirteto Scalo, about 10 minutes away. The connection between Cantalupo and the latter is guaranteed by a Cotral Bus which coincides with each arrival and departure of the train.
For the Poggio Mirteto Scalo station, the FM2 Fiumicino-Orte underground line runs to reach the city of Rome: