ETHEA in numbers and features
Guide turistiche abilitate: 7
Accompagnatori turistici: 3
Guide AIGAE: 2
Giornalisti pubblicisti: 2
Partite iva: 8
And so, tour guides, tour leaders, journalists and children’s entertainers, Art Historians, designers, archeologists and communication specialists meet each other to nurture their dream: touristic promotion of province territories.
Doing so, since 2012 Ethea has put into practice mani initiatives:
- Subiaco Fortress touristic services managing
- Tourist info point managing in Subiaco and Vicovaro.
- to promote touristic itineraries and sites out from the classical touristic destinations
- To plan cultural and recreational events
- To contribute to the editing of touristic project developing programmes
- To promote touristic enterprise networks in Rome province
If you want to know more about us, browse our “Etheans” hall of fame!
Municipality of Subiaco
Municipality of Rocca Canterano
Lucretili Mountains Natural Regional Park
Simbruini Mountains Natural Regional Park
Visit Aniene consortium
Ethea started in 2012, with the aim of open again the Fortress of Subiaco, the century years old castle at the top of the town hill. It remained closed for years, but since that day it became the starting point of dozens of projects, events, ideas and, sometimes fiascoes. But we managed to create a young and successful association, mostly made by young women that eventually has became a reference point for tour operators, agencies, a tourism in general in the Aniene Valley.
Our inspiration is the Grand Tour, which is a way of travelling based on mutual exchange of culture, knowledge and friendship. Let’s say an Indie Tourism: indigenous – we all live in the Aniene Valley- and far from the mainstream, the mass tourism, where travellers are packed in like sardines in hot weather. If you are looking for the perfect position to spot the leaning tower of Pisa, this is not the right place.
This is a statement written on a rectory door in Tuscany by Don Lorenzo Milani, a man of virtue who fought against fascism and who promoted social inclusion. “We care” for Don Milani meant to take care of someone or something despite the difficulty experienced.