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Nettuno (Rome)

Neptune, seaside village , medieval appearance . Ancient combative nature and proud of the role that history has given Neptune as Anzio , for the Romans , is the sea. Near to the Eternal City , has its own charm almost at the parts of a thing sought after. Meanwhile, the port leaves a good impression on anyone who sees it for the first time , and the fact that the side streets to the main one arrive right on the beach , a few meters from the sea, is a matter of considerable interest . Neptune, ancient fishing village, over the centuries has been one of the landmarks of maritime , for the Romans , which in addition to the summer holidays, frequented the coast for trade of the classical period . It is not only due to a mere purpose of exchange , the town of Nettuno , but it contains a kaleidoscope of romantic varied aspects . The origin of the ancient Latin and make it a point of considerable historical interest , starting from the Volscian people , who inhabited these areas in earlier times than the Romans, who have always lived as a health resort and holiday village. The ancient urban structure was larger than the present town, with a shape of the mold having the apex of the Riviera greek acropolis , today became the Villa Town . The ancient Antium ( original name of Neptune) , saw the center of commercial life in the current maritime fortress , historically used as a warehouse for the storage of goods coming from the ports of the Mediterranean. The natural economic life of the town of Nettuno has delivered this place in history as the current continuation of the old Antium . Neptune has always been a city considered to be an important religious center : can be viewed the remains of temples dedicated to the more classical deities : from Hercules to Apollo, until you get to simply understandable Neptune, from which the fishing village takes its name. These historical relics reside in the foundations of Sangallo Fortress 

Thanks to this campus you can learn techniques of cetaceans’ monitoring through theoretical and practical lessons on board, under the supervision of our marine biologists.

During the week,you will obtain a certificate of whale watching technical operator. At the same time you can visit the most suggestive locations of the “Eternal City”…Rome… and than you will go to Viterbo, an Estruscan city, where there is the “Centro ittiogenico”,  in which you can admir lobster’s reproduction and all the activities concerning the research.

A week totally dedicates to education and scientific research, during which you can visit some of the most important historical italian places.

So close you eyes, open your heart, breathe deeply and then … lose yourself in this experience.


such as the “Eternal City of Rome”. Of course, we will have fun together!


If you are keen to get out to sea and actively participate in whale and dolphin conservation, then why not attend one of Oceanlab’s Ocean Camp training course?

Our classroom based training courses will give you all of the skills required to competently perform surveys for whales and dolphins. The course will teach you how to interpret their behaviour and carry out offshore surveys as part of a team, as well as preparing you for travelling at sea.


Rome with your private city-guide and start your tour visiting Capitoline Hill to enjoy the spectacular panoramic view of ancient Temples, Triumphal-archers, the Senate House, Basilicas and Sacred Way which surround the old Roman Forum, hub of political, religious and commercial life during republican and  imperial days and now forming one of the most historical archaeological complexes in the western world. The tour Rome in just one day visit the nearby elegant renaissance square modelled by Michelangelo for Pope Paul III and adorned by the bronze equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius, father of the infamous Emperor-gladiator Commodus. See the Circus Maximus of Ben Hur fame with its impressive views of the sprawling ruins of the Emperors’ Palaces on Palatine Hill.Then the Rome in just one day goes to the Colosseum and hear about the bloody gladiator combats, the wild animal games and astonishing events held there to satiate the 70.000 excited roman spectators. Circle around Piazza Venezia, dominated by the massive looming “Wedding Cake” marble honorary monument erected in 1885 to commemorate King Victor Emmanuel II and drive to the Quirinal Palace, official residence of the Italian President originally built by Popes in the 1580s as their splendid summer residence .Descend to the cascading waters of the Trevi Fountain, the grandest of Rome’s baroque fountains, still fed by an ancient 19 BC roman aqueduct and toss a coin into its gushing sprays to propitiate a sure return-visit to the Eternal City.



The Ichthyogenic Experimental Marine Centre (CISMAR) belongs to the Department of Ecological and Biological Sciences (DEB, formerly DECOS) of the University of Tuscia (Viterbo, Italy) and is located in the Natural Reserve “Le Saline di Tarquinia”, a coastal wetland constituted by salt marshes that were previously used to produce salt.
The primary goals of the Center are the study, the evaluation and monitoring of marine biodiversity of coastal and transitional environments. In particolar, its activity is focused on monitoring chemical and physical parameters of marine ecosystems, the phenotypic and genetic characterization of marine animals populations, applying genetics and behavioural biology to marine animal population management and fishing resources. In this respect, one main action is the controlled reproduction of target species for restocking purposes.


A wonderful dance night in Rome's centre!

Programme of Activities

Sunday            afternoon            Welcome Drink

Monday            morning              Technical Operator of Whale Watching Course first schedule

                          evening              Free

Thuesday         morning              Boat sea trip

                          evening              Free

Wednesday      morning              Technical Operator of Whale Watching Course second schedule

                          evening               Free

Thursday         morning               Boat sea trip

                          evening               Free

Friday              morning                Visit Rome

                          evening               Disco night in Rome

Saturday          morning               Visit CISMAR

                          evening               Group dinner and qualification certificates

Sunday                                      Departures




the price does not include travel, hotel and dinners


Welcome Drink

Whale Watching Course

Boat sea trip

1 Visit Rome

1 Visit CISMAR

1 Dinner

1 Disco Night in Rome

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Certificate of Technical Operator Whale Watching

insurance activities

By attending the Technical Operator of Whale Watching you will learn how to identify different kinds of dolphin species in their area, all about their biology and ecology, their environment and threats to their survival. You will also learn how to identify individual dolphins and techniques used to take good photographs that can be used for identification. Further details on how to report a sighting and important information will also be provided. Each workshop will be presented by Oceanlab researchers and qualified staff.

Ocean Camp is entirely in English language

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