The Caffarella valley is a vast green area in the heart of the city of Rome. The valley is crossed by Almone river that was sacred to the ancient Romans. The Caffarella is also rich in archaeological sites that are important historical evidence. The valley is part of the Appia Antica Regional Park, and is a destination for excursions, picnics, excursions, birdwatchin, nature photography and many other activities to serenely spend your free time. The valley is populated by numerous species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, insect and vegetation. The archaeological sites are numerous, just mention the Temple of Ceres and Faustina The Roman Cistern, The Temple of God Redicolo, The nymph Egeria .... In short, a valley to visit even if outside the traditional tourist circuits.
The Caffarella valley is a vast green area in the heart of the city of Rome.