2h10min – 200km
Despite the bombing during the Second World War, and the passage of time, the artistic heritage of Formia, still very respectable.
Roman era the source located on the Via Appia towards Itri-Roma remains in excellent condition and is supported by a wall of limestone blocks. Seven meters long, wide and one and a half, once he had in the back of a tank, which is useful for water supply. The water gushed from two masks with anthropomorphic forms, depicting the moon and sun. One of these masks, still remain traces.
A little further away the remains of the archaeological site known as the Tomb of Cicero. According to tradition, the speaker would have in fact been killed in Formia (although his remains reside in Rome), and the temple should rightly represent the funerary monument of the great man. And ‘there is another tomb close to the latter, which is believed to be the tomb of her daughter, Tulliola.
Roman era we have, in the coastal area, the remains of the patrician villas that were used for vacationing Romans. A certain charm the Fort, built by Charles of Anjou in the XIII century. in the hilly area known as Castellone. To visit the Rione Mola, characterized by the presence of the mighty Tower Cylindrical (better known as the Tower of Mola), the rest of the late medieval castle, almost certainly destroyed by bombing in World War II, and the headquarters of the National School of Athletics in Formia Light, born in 1955, and today the center of the Olympic preparation of CONI.