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History and Tourism:

The town lies along the Cassia, on a spur impregnable between the volcanic slopes of the Cimini and Sabatini. It is assumed that the town founded a couple of centuries before Rome, as Livy asserts, shows traits of megalithic walls near the town plus leftover powerful walls erected to meet the threat of Rome.

The battles that flared in 390 BC saw the decisive contribution of Furio Camillo who conquered the city with great ease much to devote to the story told "ire Sutrium", to indicate a company quickly made. The amphitheater of Sutri elliptical, dug into the tufa, dates back to the VI -V sec.aC, the amphitheater was unearthed in 1839 by the Marquis Savorelli, in twenty steps could take place about three thousand people.


Things to see:

The Amphitheater, (some dating back to the Augustan age, for others much older, of Etruscan), dug into the tufa, with the major axis of the well 50 m, and still very well preserved, and the church rock of the Madonna del Parto, a saccello Christian stood on a Roman Mitreo which in turn was set to an Etruscan burial ground. The necropolis along the tuff coast of Poggio Savorelli. The smallest park Tuscia is, perhaps, the most beautiful: it is the park of Sutri, which is right next to the old town (which is beautiful especially at night) and along the Via Cassia. It 'great about 7 hectares and includes the park surrounding Villa Savorelli (eighteenth century).

How to reach from Sans Soucis Relais & Spa:

Through Provincial Road 83 / SP83 - distance of 14 km, drive time 19 min.