Art and Archeology in the tuscan Maremma

The archaeological site of Cosa: an ancient Roman colony overlooking the Tyrrhenian sea

Tarocchi garden in Tuscany


ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE OF COSA

Your english-speaking driver will pick you up at your hotel in Rome and whisk you away from the chaos of the city

Guided tour of the city of Cosa that was founded by the Romans in 273 b.C..
The rocky promontory of Ansedonia, the location that was chosen for its construction, allowed great control on this part of coast on the Tyrrhenian sea. Within the area that has been brought back to light, we can find the site of the ancient forum, a Roman temple, and the remains of private villas which evoke the richness of this city at t
he time when it was one of the major centers of trades of ancient Rome.


Tasting lunch based on typical food can be reserved on demand


THE GARDEN OF TAROTS

The woman who created this garden is a world famous sculptor named Niki de Saint Phalle.

The twenty-two cards of the Tarot are represented here in gigantic sculptures, some of them up to 15 meters/50 feet tall, decorated with mosaic tiles of glass and ceramics…

Drop off to the hotel at the end of the day
 
Archeological area of Cosa in Tuscany



Garden of Tarocchi in Tuscany