Campodimele originally takes its name from "Mellis Campus" because it was once known for its abundant production of apples. The country would be built on the ruins of Apiola, an ancient Latin city, which drew its name from the bees. Campodimele and 'considered the country's longevity, it counts among its inhabitants a great number of over eighty years old and several trees.
The village is located at the top of the hill, between the Mountains Ausoni, and is characterized by its 12 medieval towers still intact. Due to its beauty, Campodimele is awarded the title of the "most beautiful villages in Italy." Campodimele can be reached by passing through Gaeta Itri, or from Monte San Biagio, through Lenola. The country is also known for its cuisine, considered one of the best in the area.
His dish is the grass pea, a legume known endangered Campodimele but that is a stronghold for its production is the typical product. Among the interesting places to visit over the medieval towers is the old mill "bad time" where there is a green garden where you roast the meat on the characteristic stone braziers, placed next to the wooden tables designed to local citizens and tourists looking for a little 'coolness.
Campodimele and 'known to the hostel which houses children from all over Italy for school camps. It 'also a popular destination for motorcyclists from its slopes of the mountain, and hunters. Among the churches we visit the Church of St. Michael the Archangel and the Monastery of Sant 'Onofrio.