Civita di Bagnoregio

About 60 km from Residence Margherita

The beauty of its Civita, known as 'the dying city', makes this small Viterbese municipality a popular destination for national and international tourism.

Vulci Nature and Archaeological Park

About 10 km from Residence Margherita

An ancient Etruscan city, Vulci is located in the Tuscia Viterbese territory, between the municipalities of Canino and Montalto di Castro.

The city covers about 120 hectares and lies 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 other eastern Mediterranean regions

Necropolis of Tarquinia

About 20 km from Residence Margherita

In Tarquinia, an element of exceptional archaeological interest is the vast necropolis, in particular the Monterozzi necropolis, which contains a large number of tumulus tombs with chambers excavated in the rock, in which an extraordinary series of frescoes is preserved, representing the largest pictorial nucleus of Etruscan art that has come down to us, and at the same time the most extensive document of all ancient painting prior to the Roman Imperial Age.


About 50 km from Residence Margherita

Argentario is a beautiful promontory located on the coast of the province of Grosseto, surrounded by the sea and connected to the mainland by the town of Orbetello, as well as by the tombolos of Giannella and Feniglia, two long, sandy beaches. 

Lake Bolsena

About 60 km from Residence Margherita

Lake Bolsena or Volsinio is a lake in central Italy, located in upper Lazio, in the northern part of the province of Viterbo (Alta Tuscia). 

Giardino dei Tarocchi

About 20km from Residence Margherita

The Tarot Garden is an artistic park located in Garavicchio, near Pescia Fiorentina, a communal hamlet of Capalbio (GR) in Tuscany, Italy, designed by French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle, populated by statues inspired by the figures of the major arcana of the tarot.

Terme di Saturnia

About 50 km from Residence Margherita

The thermal spring takes its name from the place of the same name, about 15 kilometres north of the centre of Manciano. The spa has been known for its curative properties since Etruscan-Roman times.

Giglio Island

About 60 km from Residence Margherita

The island of Giglio, located in the Tuscan Archipelago opposite Monte Argentario.

Covering an area of 21 square kilometres, it is the second largest island in the Tuscan Archipelago and is renowned for its natural beauty: the crystal-clear emerald sea and rich, fishy seabed frame an area that is still 90% wild.

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