- Formia: Summer opening hours at the Roman cistern
- Formia: Mimmo Locasciulli in concert
- Formia: Final Stage XIII Trofeo Three Seas
- Formia: Ecological Tourism Conference
- FORMIA New Year's Eve, a night of music and fun
Formia (Formiae in antiquity) is characterized by the imposing presence of Aurunci Mountains and overlooking the Gulf of Gaeta. Legend has it that Ulysses made a stop here during his trip. I'm not certain traces of Odysseus, but there are several important memories.
Even forms like other cities in the Pontine coast holiday destination was the Roman nobility, including Cicero, who built a large villa near the sea. Formia is rich in remains of ancient Roman buildings, you can see the ruins of ancient villas, an amphitheater, and the tomb of Cicero situated on the ancient Appian Way. Among the sights we have the National Archaeological Museum and the Tomb of Cicero, while among the churches to see San Luca, Madonna del Carmine, Santa Teresa, St. John the Baptist and Lawrence, and finally the Church of Saint Erasmus.
Format is also known for the Olympic Training Center facilities CONI Bruno Zauli crops and fish. City is a tourist destination and summer destination for water sports including kite surfing and wind surfing, Formia houses a pearl in the town of Gianola, or the so-called Blue Oasis created by the WWF. A bottom parallel to the coast that reaches up to 4 meters deep. The mixed nature of the fund is predominantly rocky. The oasis is home to a tank and a source for turtles underwater, with typical Tyrrhenian fauna. Perfect diving in September