Named after the medieval tower around which it was built, Casale Torre Sant’Anastasia rises on the wonderful hills of the Agro Romano, the roman countryside.
Hundreds of years ago the Tower served as a guard outpost over the ancient route between Rome and Ardea. The Tower took its name from the Sant’Anastasia Church on the Palatino hill, to whom it belonged in 15th century. (Ref: “Torri medievali della Campagna Romana” - G.M. De Rossi)
From the 19th century on, the Estate surrounding the Tower was used for extensive farming, cattle breeding and pasture.
During all these years, the Tower, the Casale and the Estate handed on from generation to generation, keeping their ancient beauty unchanged trough the ages.