San Nicola Hostel
Via G. Matteotti 1, Sermoneta, Italy

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Our hostel is in a restored convent set in a small medieval village between Rome and Naples. With its walled garden and panoramic views, it's the ideal spot for those who want to explore the Ninfa Gardens or mountains. In the summer months Sermoneta also offers outdoor concerts and other cultural events.

The building dates back to the thirteenth century when it was a Benedictine priory and an important guest quarters for travelling pilgrims. The hostel is on the south-west side of Sermoneta having panoramic views overlooking the Pontine plain with the sea, Circeo and the Pontine Islands in the background.

The hostel can accommodate up to 40 people in double rooms, family rooms or dormitories for 5-8 people, all with adjoining bathrooms. There are facilities for the handicapped, including one room with a bathroom designed for this purpose.



Rome is easily accessible for day trips and takes just 40 minutes by train.

By Train: Take the train to Latina on the Roma-Napoli line (trains leave every hour). Then take a bus to Sermoneta (Historical Centre) or telephone to the hostel for pick up.

By car from Rome: Take the S.S. 148 Pontina towards Latina, exit at Latina (Borgo Piave), go left towards the Appia - Latina Scalo - Sermoneta

By Car from the A1 motorway(from Rome):
Exit at Valmontone and follow directions to Giulianello, Cori, Doganella and Sermoneta.

By car from the A1 motorway (from Naples):
Exit at Frosinone and follow directions to Latina. Once you get to Sezze, follow directions to Latina Scalo once Sermoneta