Tours from Martino Club
Resort Martino offers the perfect central location for touring all of Italy. We are 10 minutes from the Railway station that will put you within a few hours of almost any popular Italian tourist destination.
We can also arrange rental cars for those who wish to explore by car.
What else can we say about Rome? Everything has already been said, but Rome is great because there is always something to discover, especially outside of the big and well known tourist tracks; if you can read the past and feel emotions, Rome will never betray your expectations; you can spend all the time you wish here and Rome will always have a new story to tell.
It is not only the capital of the pizza but also a great capital of culture and civilization that has left through the centuries distinct visible signs of the past. Throughout its existence, Naples was dominated by the Greeks, the Roman, the French, the Spanish and the Italians. All of these cultures have combined to form a great "melting pot" today reefed to as "napolitanità".
The city of Fondi was strategically assimilated by the Romans as a means to control one of the major routes from the south "Via Appia" to Rome. Fondi also was the birthplace to the Emperor Galba. Today Fondi is a center of world commerce for distribution of produce.
Dominated by the ruins of the great temple of Giove Anxur, Terracina is the metaphorical begining of the south of Italy. Curzio Malaparte says that "as soon one passes through the door of the city (Sun Door) the colors and flavors start to change, becoming the colors and the flavors of the south."
At one time in history Sperlonga was known as the center of the world afer the emperor Tiberious decided that this was where he would like to live. Because of his decision all the important political figures in Roman history were required to spend large amounts of time in this city. At this time, Sperlonga became a major seat for politics and power. Today Sperlonga is a picturesque town perched on the rocky cliffs overlooking the Medditerrenian Sea. Murals throughout the city depict the story of the ferocious Pirate Kayr-ad-Dyn who fought the forces on the controlled seaboard in order to court the beautiful princess Giulia Gonzaga (princess of one of Italys most historical and famous families).
A small picturesque town on the Medditeranien, Gaeta is known for it's busstling fish markets that draw people from all over Italy .The eyes of this town are said to have witnessed some of Itlays most historic events. Also in Gaeta is one of Italys most famous fountains whose rocks are said to have become smoothened by the footsteps of years of important culture and meetings of historical Roman and Spanish figures.
Situated in the centre of this beautiful gulf tracing its history back to Ulysses, which became popular with the Ancient Romans as a tourist resort thanks to the nearby Appian way. Cicero spent his exile here, and it was here he met his death at the hands of Mark Anthony’s followers.
A group of five prestine islands in the Medditerranian Sea. While two of these islands are uninhabited one is protected and available for touring the Borbonian Prison.
Travelling by train or car in about 1 or 2 hours it's possible to visit several interesting places: Caserta, il Vesuvio, Ercolano, Pompei, Paestum, Amalfi, Positano, Sorrento and much more