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IN CA 'WHITE AREA
Some of the beautiful places that you can visit during your stay at Ca 'Bianca
Placed on a hill overlooking Scauri, ancient Pyrae. The town has ancient origins, Roman and Aurunci. medieval center in the ancient walls enclosing the baronial castle, the Collegiate church of S. Pietro, the Santissima Annunziata and S. Francis.
Archaeological area of Minturnae, the Roman Theatre, built in the first century. d. C., which welcomed over 4000 spectators.
They are visible an original section of the Via Appia (Decumanus Maximus), built in blocks of basaltic lava; the remains of the Republican Forum (II sec. a. C.), the Capitolium (dedicated to Jupiter, Juno and Minerva), the Imperial Forum, the Macellum (market), the Tabernae, the spa complex (II sec. d. C .). In the spaces below the cavea of the theater there is the Archaeological Museum.
Adjacent to the Archaeological District you can visit the Real Ferdinando Bridge, made drawdowns in iron chains. The first of this type made in Europe and commissioned by the Bourbons, was designed by engineer Luigi Jura and inaugurated in 1832 by King Ferdinand II.
charming, full of surprises, in natural beauty, history, art, culture. International hot spot of various emperors and, as noted by Cicero, a very important harbor. Numerous religious buildings of artistic and cultural value that is possible to see: the Cathedral of St. Erasmus, full of paintings and seventeenth-century works, the Norman bell tower, the church of SS. Annunciation with the adjacent Golden Cave, S. John at sea, Sorresca, S .Domenico, the Sanctuary of the SS. but Trinity site on Mount Orlando, inside the protected area of the Riviera di Ulisse Regional Park, overlooking the sea Charming gothic Cathedral of St. Francis, from which you can admire the Gulf of Gaeta.
To visit too. In the sanctuary, do not miss the Cave of Turkish and cleft in the rock, called Split Mountain, both linked to the Christian religion.
Numerous cultural and historical sites, such as the Mausoleum of L. Munatius Plancus and the Diocesan Museum, the Archeo-logical Museum and the Art Gallery of Old Town "Gaeta".
The history of Formia is one of the oldest among the cities of the south pontine. Its name derives from the greek "hormiai" which means "harbor", and, according to legend, it was in fact landing of Ulysses ships.
Already in Roman times Formia was a popular tourist destination, as evidenced by the presence of the remains of several villas. On the Appian Way is a tomb, called "Tomb of Cicero," which for its size and proximity to the site where once stood her old villa, it would seem to be just the funerary monument of the great Roman orator.
very interesting shopping center developed after World War II, Formia has undertaken in recent years a concrete path leading to recovery and revaluation of local archaeological heritage (as in the case of the restoration of the Tower of Mola, a remnant of the medieval castle, and the surviving arches of ' Roman aqueduct), while investing in tourism infrastructure (of great interest the current project to build a new marina)
The island of Ponza as the archipelago of the Pontine Islands, excluding Zannone, is of volcanic origin and still today they can see traces in the rocks that make up the masses like lava, pumice stones, yellow tuffs, tuff gray rocks which are formed by eruptive material then it cooled resulting in a multitude of wonderful rocky coves of various colors, surrounded by crystal clear water, from emerald green to cobalt blue, and with the reflections of the sun make it a wonderful and unforgettable spectacle.
The very few volcanic beaches, the most famous and impressive is that of "Chiaia di Luna".
He was also known at the time of the Greeks and Romans, who used to call Pandataria or Pandateria.
It became famous because it was the place where before Augustus exiled his daughter Julia (Julia villa remains at Punta Eolo), then the emperor Tiberius banished Agrippina grandson in 29 d. C. and later Emperor Nero exiled his wife Octavia, after having repudiated. She had just divorced her on the grounds that he had not done having children. Agrippina the Elder died of hunger on the island (probably by order of Emperor Tiberius himself) in 33 d. C.
Most beaches are easily reached on foot, but renting a boat (if the sea is in "good" just a canoe) we can push the most hidden coves. For those who want to walk, we highlight the little cove of Cala Battaglia (rocky bay and apparently "inhospitable", but perhaps in the scenic), the bay Moggio
With its magnificent abbey, was for centuries the administrative center of San Benedetto Earth.