Trevignano Romano (RM) is a picturesque village on the northern shore of the Lake of Bracciano, about 45 km north of Rome.
Built on a leucitic lava cliff, the village is located at the end of a small gulf, a secondary crater of an ancient volcano.
Here visitors will find a fine medieval village with a lovely tree-lined lakefront, extending for about 3 km, with various restaurants and pleasant views of the lake.
Trevignano, located in the so-called Tuscia Romana, is an ideal centre for trips to a region brimming with artistic, tourist and naturalist points of interest, set in the Bracciano Martignano Regional Nature Park.
As well as Rome, from Trevignano one can easily reach Cerveteri (30 km), Bracciano (12 km), Sutri (12 km), Viterbo (45 km), Tarquinia (61 km), Tuscania (52 km), Caprarola (25 km), Monti della Tolfa and other evocative localities.
For more information: Comune di Trevignano Romano