Rally in Sabina in self-drive Ferraris or vintage cars or in modern FIAT 500

Escorted rally in the Sabina district, a rather unknown, very picturesque hilly area 40 min. drive from Rome, a spectacular, unspoiled region, untouched by mass tourism, one of the best-preserved Italian rural areas,  a land of gently hills clad with olive groves, scattered with Roman villas, medieval castles, churches and ancient abbeys. The Sabina region is celebrated for simple and genuine ( and abundant ) cuisine based on the flavours of local produce and exquisite extra virgin olive oil, one of the best produced in Italy.

Stop en route in an tiny village to visit an ancient Imperial Abbey (VI cent.), built onthe rests of a pre-roman temple, one of the most famous European buildings of the Middle Ages, hosting an important collection of  antique manuscripts and engravings; coffee break  served in an ancient palazzo in a hilltop walled village of Longobard origin,  overlooking the surrounding green hills, rich in olive groves, hosting a very unusual  Museum of Silence; guided olive oil tasting in a  picturesque estate mid of olive groves; lunch in a small medieval town  604 m asl with a stunning view overlooking the narrow Aia Stream valley and the Tiber Valleys, with the historic centre fabulously preserved, totally pedestrian, hosted by the locals and Welcomed by the local authorities.  End of the rally mid of vineyards, in one of the best wineries in the Latium  region, producing excellent red and white wines. There there will be a guided wine tasting accompanied by mouthwatering local  cheeses, cold cuts, breads and pizzas.