Sermoneta is a town in the region of Lazio, in central Italy. It is located about 90 kilometers southeast of Rome. The town is known for its beautiful setting, on a hilltop overlooking the Pontine plain. It is also home to the Sermoneta Castle, a 13th-century fortress that is now a popular tourist attraction. The castle is surrounded by beautiful gardens and offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. In addition to the castle, Sermoneta is also home to many other historical and cultural attractions, including the Church of Saint Thomas of Canterbury and the Museum of Rural Life. The town is also a popular destination for outdoor activities, with many hiking and biking trails in the surrounding area.