Ancient city, according to legend, its name comes from the nurse of Enea. Gaeta is a peninsula beautifully situated on the sea.
It 'also a city full of history and glorious maritime republic independent duchy, then incorporated in the Bourbon Kingdom of which will be the last bastion before the unification of Italy. The Cave of Gold however, is the main feature of the fourteenth-century Church of the Annunciation. Inside, there is an important collection of ancient musical texts.
Gaeta extremely popular summertime destination because of its seven fabulous beaches. Locals and Italians from all over Italy flock to these beaches to soak up the sun and watch surfing events.
Whenever you visit, you'll find plenty to do, from hiking Monte Orlando to see ancient ruins to wandering the old, narrow streets to shop and eat. Visiting Gaeta is a great way to get a feel for the best of southern Italy - great food, friendly locals, tons of ambiance and a sense of history that ties everything together.
It’s very nice to vist renting a car for a tour all around Gaeta.