Important archaeological site, it represents the most ancient Greek colony in Italy: in fact, it was founded around 730 B.C. by settlers coming from Euboea.
Among the vineyards, the green of the pine-wood and of the sea, it raises in all its majesty the Acropolis where there are still imposing buildings, symbols of the ancient greatness of Cumae: the so-called Cave of the Sybil, the Temple of Apollo, the so-called Temple of Jupiter.
From the top of the cliff, looking eastward, you can admire the arch Arco Felice, with a barrel-vault, which allowed the linking of Cumae with via Domitiana.
In the plane it is possible to see the Capitolium, the Forum and the Imperial Thermae.