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La Villa dei Quattro Venti, San Felice Circeo

(4.3/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
La Villa dei Quattro Venti is located in San Felice Circeo. Plan to visit La Villa dei Quattro Venti during your San Felice Circeo vacation using our convenient San Felice Circeo travel itinerary planner.
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  • Very interesting archaeological point of view and natural beauty. The villa is in a great location with a beautiful view of the sea and the Gulf. Many structures to unearth.
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  • We discovered the existence of the site in June, during a walk to the old town, seeing it from above. In August we took advantage of the guided tours organised by the Pro loco and then we spotted this monument from the uncertain attribution but the sure charm thanks to the enviable panoramic position ranging from Terracina to the Pontine Islands. Congratulations to the Guide, dott.ssa Anna, that was clear, precise and punctual explanations.
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  • This ancient and Roman villa was always a source of mystery and still remains so. I went to see her and the magic of the place grabs you, too bad she's not been rediscovered at 100% throughout its history and its beauty is hidden, even guides are not to rise to the occasion, are superficially informed. The obstinacy to call it the villa of the four winds, four winds is reductive, the artifact made by Prince Poniatowski to enjoy the wind on duty, go to obscure the magnitude of the immense Roman villa, that I wonder how much still has to say and nobody thinks to unearth. What a pity, we still have some crumbs of our historical heritage.
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