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What happens in Tarquinia
Piani degli Alpaca is the largest alpaca farm in Italy. Here you will have the opportunity to enjoy a unique and exciting experience.
The Tarquinia Adventure Park is located on Strada Litoranea, covers an area of 9 hectares and is located by the sea.
The month of May is dedicated to the Madonna Santissima di Valverde, the Patron Saint of Tarquinia, to whom an ancient sanctuary in the town is dedicated.
This artistic event is open to everyone and celebrates creativity and talent.
The fusion of wine and culture in Tarquinia is referred to as ‘DiVino Etrusco’.
Along the streets of the city, paintings and floral carpets of considerable value are created during the Corpus Domini event.
At Tarquinia Lido, the production of over 250 companies that produce agricultural machinery is presented every spring.
On Easter Sunday, the Procession of the “Christ running” is celebrated. The statue of the Risen Christ is carried through the streets of the city.
Tarquinia still preserves the tradition of celebrations dedicated to Sant’Antonio Abate, protector of animals.
With the living nativity scene, the historic center of Tarquinia is transformed into a large open-air stage. More than 200 partecipants in costumes.
The “Merca” is celebrated every year at the Roccaccia: the marking of the herds that live in the wild on the estates of the Agricultural University
The Cardarelli prize is awarded to literary excellence. The “Meeting with the Author” is the most awaited event in the city.
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