Ostia is a neighborhood that can be found on the Tyrrhenian Sea close to Rome on the western coast of Italy, around 240 kilometers northwest of Naples and 75 kilometers southeast of Civitavecchia. Also known as Ostia Lido or Lido di Ostia, the area was founded in the late 19th century and today has become a popular destination for boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world, thanks in part to the magnificent climate and close proximity to a wide variety of historical and cultural attractions.


While visiting Ostia, be sure to visit some of the many archaeological remains, which date back to ancient times when this area was the main harbour for the city of Rome. In fact, the name means “mouth of the river,” in reference to the original port, which effectively comprised the mouth of a river until an artificial harbour was ereceted in the 1st century CE.

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Tyrrhenian Sea
Rome / Ostia
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