Vulci Archaeological Natural Park
An ancient Etruscan city, Vulci rises in the territory of the Viterbo Tuscia, between the municipalities of Canino and Montalto di Castro.
The city extends for about 120 hectares and rises on the banks of the Fiora River.
Vulci was one of the most important city-states of Etruria, and played a significant role in trade with Greece and the other eastern regions of the Mediterranean.
The imposing ruins of the ancient city remain today, the walls, the city gates, the Roman aqueduct, the area in the photo, the large temple, the thermal baths, the Domus.
Particularly interesting are the Necropolis, among the most famous those of Cavalupo, Poledrara, Campo Maggio, Tomba François, Tomba dei Tori.
The naturalistic park is of rare beauty, trails and trekking routes to discover the beauty of the Maremma Laziale territory.
In the adjacent castle, dating back to the 12th century, an interesting museum is now set up which exhibits many of the artifacts found in the necropolis and in the ancient city.