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We are finalising arrangements for the reopening of the hotel - hopefully on Saturday 13th June.
We look forward to seeing you soon.

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Welcome to Sperlonga, the pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea

...for a unique holiday in one of the most beautiful and romantic villages in Italy.

Situated on the Ponente coastline close to the Fontana Square and about 500 metres from the historical centre, the Sirenella Hotel has been owned and managed by the Chinappi family since it was founded in 1961.
From the shaded terrace and from the balconies of the rooms facing the sea, you can enjoy a magnificent panorama towards the horizon, viewing the Pontinian islands, the mountain of Circeo and the rock formations at Terracina.
It is the ideal location to breathe in the calming sea breeze, whilst admiring the spectacular sunsets, lulled by the sound of the waves lapping on the golden shores.

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Misure di contrasto al COVID

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Sperlonga ha detto addio alla plastica

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La Sirenella sempre pi√Ļ Green

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Beautiful sea view

For a peaceful and relaxing holiday close to nature and for families with children.

The Rooms

Nature and Relax

Direct access to private beach only for the hotel guests.

The Beach

High Quality Food

Traditional Italian dishes with local first quality products.

The Restaurant

Sperlonga of the most beautiful stretches of water in Italy

In 2016, and for the 18th consecutive year, Sperlonga has been awarded the ‚€úEuropean Blue Flag" that certifies the quality of its bathing water and beaches, the high quality standard of the water near the port and the absence of sewage waste outlets; 2016 Green Flag: is a recognition awarded after a survey carried out, involving nearly 1000 pediatricians across Italy; recognition of the 4 blue sails of Legambiente 2014.

Visit Sperlonga
Museo di Sperlonga

Tiberio's Museum

Sperlonga has been a seaside resort since Emperor Tiberius‚€ôs time and now it hosts the National Archaeological Museum that shows archaeological traces found in the grotto of Tiberius, dating back to the second century B.C.

Visit the Museum