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The historic center

In addition to offering wonderful beaches, Sperlonga is also a charming village. The small city made up of narrow streets offers excellent ideas for a holiday to discover the local culture.

A characteristic element of this location are the four towers. Built in the Middle Ages to defend themselves from the Saracens, today they are one of the most visited tourist destinations. The Central Tower and the Torre del Nibbio are now incorporated among the houses of the town, giving that perched and tortuous appearance. The Truglia Tower , however, has been restored several times, and has also hosted the headquarters of the Guardia di Finanza for several decades, which is why it remains in good condition. The small and picturesque churches of Sperlonga are also worth a visit, mostly located in the ancient heart of the city.


The National Archaeological Museum

The National Archaeological Museum of Sperlonga and archaeological area. The Villa and the Cave of Tiberius

you are in Sperlonga you cannot miss the visit of the Villa and the Cave of Tiberius. Directly overlooking the sea, they are very easy to reach: just follow the signs on the road that connects Sperlonga to Gaeta for about a kilometre. The Cave of Tiberius is a large natural rock cavity open on the Tyrrhenian Sea: near the Cave there is also a small stretch of extremely fascinating beach.

In addition to the excavations of the Villa, inside the site it is possible to visit the local archaeological museum, which houses the statue groups that decorated the city.

Archeological area:
Wednesday to Sunday, January 8.30 - 16.30, February-March 8.30 - 17.00, April-May 8.30 - 18.00, June-August 8.30 - 19.00, September 8: 30 - 18:00, October 8:30 - 17:00, November-December 8:30 - 16:00. Entry is permitted in groups of 30 people, in addition to the guide. Reservations are required for groups by writing to The entrance to the Museum is on Via Valle Corsara.

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