Passo Oscuro – sometimes wrongly referred to as Passoscuro – is located on the coastal side north of Rome and it is a few km away from Fregene and Fiumicino airport.
The newly residential area called “Oliena” is located next to the wide sandy beaches typical of the beaches in the north of Fiumicino.
Thanks to its decentralized positioning, Passo Oscuro is an area where tourism is not widely spread – as in the southern beaches – and it therefore offers quite unexploited coasts with sandy dunes. It is not by chance that the Italian movie director Federico Fellini chose Passo Oscuro beaches to shoot the final scene of the movie “La Dolce Vita”.
Moreover, the low sea bottom together with the few sea currents make Passo Oscuro an ideal seaside for families and children. In Passo Oscuro there is a Kindergarten, the primary and secondary school.
The residential area Oliena is composed of a variety of apartments that thanks to their different sizes and finishing touches can satisfy all customer needs.
In facts there are two room apartments on one floor, two room apartments on two floors, apartments with one or more rooms, villette a schiera on 2 or 3 floors with private gardens.
How to reach Passo Oscuro :
- – By car : coming from Rome (40 km) you take the SS.1 Aurelia, A12/E80 or the highway Rome – Fiumicino Airport (A91), overcome Torre in Pietra, at Palidoro exit you turn left (or right if you come from Ladispoli – Civitavecchia), you go through Aurelia, where there is the bridge that overcomes the railway Rome – Pisa. You take a tree-lined boulevard full of eucalyptus and pines. At the end of the boulevard, you reach a narrow bridge that makes a curve and then you see a group of houses … there you have reached Passo Oscuro.
- – By bus : from the bus stop Roma Cornelia (Metro A) take the bus to Passo Oscuro – Piazza Salvo D’Acquisto. (The way is: GRA Aurelia-Malagrotta-Castel Di Guido-BV-Ponte Arrone-Torrimpietra -Palidoro-Passoscuro.
- – By train : from Roma Termini, you take the regional train to Torre in Pietra – Palidoro.