On your doorstep

At Palazzo Fiuggi, guests can use their free time to relax and disconnect from the stresses of the outside world by strolling through the tranquil parkland and manicured gardens – perhaps pausing to meditate in a quiet corner. Alternatively, there are opportunities to explore the wider region – either on foot, by bike or car. Natural and historical delights abound, while visits to areas of international significance – like Naples and Pompei – are warmly encouraged.


The golf course at Palazzo Fiuggi dates back to 1936 and is considered one of the oldest in Italy. Guests can play an 18-hole course that winds through the breath-taking scenery of the Fiuggine hills, to Lake Canterno. The project was developed to high eco-sustainability standards. An exclusive club house makes the perfect start and finish to every round.

The Eternal City of Rome

Just a 50-minute drive from Palazzo Fiuggi lies Rome, the eternal city. One of the most historical and significant cities in the world, Rome attracts visitors from all over the world who come to visit its ancient buildings, religious icons and famous works of art. Guests can combine the relaxation and exploration in this unique destination.

Hiking & Biking

Explore the surrounding countryside on foot or by bike with one of our guided groups. Enjoy this beautiful region taking in the natural and historic sites, including the ‘five castles: Trevigliano, Torre Caietani, Fumone, Trevi and Trisulti. Follow in the footsteps of Pope Boniface VIII, along Lake Canterno, arrive at the source of the Fuiggi water.


There are plenty of sights to see within an hour’s radius of Palazzo Fiuggi. Explore the heritage of the historical city of Anagni (city of the popes), the cyclopic walls of Alatri, the ancient abbey of Casamari, and Fumone, the castle with the highest hanging garden in Europe.

Naples And Pompei

Naples is one of the largest and most captivating art cities on the Mediterranean Sea. The capital of Campania, near to Capri, Ischia and Procida, Naples is a heritage gem with 2500 years of fascinating history to discover. Pompei is the most-visited archaeological site in the world, due to its many and well-preserved ruins left when the city was buried in Vesuvius's wake in 79 AD. Both areas enjoy UNESCO World Heritage status.


Capri is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean Sea, located in the Gulf of Naples. Famous for the characteristic Faraglioni, three rocky islets a short distance from the coast, and for the incredible caves and coves that make this little paradise a place not to be missed.

Padel & Tennis

Palazzo Fiuggi has a tennis court and Padel court available for guests’ use. Both overlook the garden and the old town.


Discover more about our protocols for your stay: your preparation; hammam welcome ritual; medical examinations; personalized food lines; and our post-residence concierge service.