The archaeological remains in the Neapolis park are immersed in a rich and fragrant landscape.
A flourishing vegetation completes the magical atmosphere of this place!
Evergreen plants typical of the Mediterranean such as olive trees, Mediterranean cypresses, pines, date palms and ficus live side by side with fragrant citrus trees, especially orange and lemon.
A characteristic fruit of the park is the pomegranate .
In fact, the area where the Roman Amphitheatre is located was called “la fossa dei granati”, the garnet pit, because of the abundance of these fruit trees that grew around it.
The pomegranate has been considered a fruit connected to Mother Earth since the antiquity.