Castello del Duca

Salita della Marcigliana 95 ROMA

Coordinate GPS

Latitudine: 42.01279798094591

Longitudine: 12.524742407162458

How to reach us

By Car

  • take the A91 towards Rome;
  • Take the A90 towards Florence;
  • Exit 8 to enter Via Salaria towards Rieti;
  • Continue on via Salaria up to the third traffic light;
  • Turn right at the third traffic light;
  • Enter the town of Settebagni;
  • Take the first left;
  • Turn left again to take the Salita della Marcigliana;
  • Continue until the end of the road.

For those arriving by train

● Fiumicino Airport – Orte / Fara Sabina line (every 15 minutes);
● Settebagni stop (1 hour 07 minutes).
● Leaving the Settebagni station, continue on foot to the railway underpass.
● Turn right;
● Turn left to take Salita della Marcigliana;
● Continue to the end of the road.

The District

Any shop is reachable a short walk down to the village:

  •  Fratelli Silvestrini bar
  • Roadhouse Reastaurant Salaria
  • Intesa San Paolo ATM
  • Iper Triscount Supermarket
  • Poste Office
  • Pharmacy



Castello del Duca, also known in the past as Casale della Marciliana (or Marcigliana), is an ancient fortified hamlet that dates back to the Middle Ages. It stands on a hill on the outskirts of Rome in a dominant position and enjoys enchanting views. On one side we see the Marcigliana Nature Reserve, which is part of the estate, and on the other we see the beautiful Roman countryside across the Tiber plain as far as the Monti Reatini. Despite being surrounded by a beautiful estate of about 700 acres, Castello del Duca is located just 15 km from the centre of Rome. It is connected to the centre of the city by means of the Via Salaria and the railway line Settebagni-Roma Tiburtina-Fiumicino Airport. The Settebagni station is less than 10 minutes walk from Castello del Duca, where there is a train every 15 minutes which reaches downtown in about 30 minutes and Fiumicino Airport in just 1 hour.
The village of Settebagni, which is less than a 5 minutes walk away, is extremely safe and you can easily purchase most of the things you may need at two supermarkets and various local shops.
Within the estate of Castello del Duca, you can take long walks on the huge property which includes fields, oak and pine woods and olive groves.


Resort in Rome countryside

The Marcigliana Nature Reserve includes a series of hills bordered to the west by the course of the Tiber, to the south by the Bufalotta ditch, to the north by the Rio del Casale which also marks the limit of the Municipality of Rome. The rolling hills that form the estate are still cultivated or used as pasture, while the slopes of the valleys are covered with scrub vegetation: these are the remains of oak wood (Turkey oak, English oak, downy oak and farnetto) often accompanied by maples and elms .


Feb 2023

Feb 2023


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