Sermoneta is a walled hill town, with a 13th-century Romanesque cathedral called Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta and a massive castle, built by the Caetani family.
It is located in the province of Latina, central Italy, a few miles from the Via Appia,37 miles from Rome. Sermoneta is one of the best-preserved Medieval villages in Italy.
Sermoneta still preserves its immense historical, artistic and cultural heritage. Sermoneta’s characteristics – tortuous but picturesque streets, intriguing monuments and an overall calm – make it ideal for a vacation or even a brief visit, especially for those who want to travel back in time.