The Garden of Ninfa

The spectacular breathtaking Garden of Ninfa located on the border of Sermoneta, Norma and Cisterna di Latina is a true must-see. It is a romantic English-style garden spreading over eight hectares and it was created by the Caetani family in 1921, on the ruins of the medieval town of Ninfa, some of which were restored during the planning of the garden.

Thousands of botanical species have been imported from all over the world and it is situated along the Ninfa River with spring-fed lakes.
In 1976, under the auspices of the World Wildlife Fund, approximately 1.8 hectares (4.4 acres) within the garden were set aside as a wildlife sanctuary, to protect its fauna and to encourage birds to nest. Teals, mallards, gadwalls, herons, lapwings and some raptors have since been observed there.
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