Sibyl's Cave is by far the most interesting part of what is otherwise a fairly humdrum archaeological site (by comparison with others in the region). We visited on 12th July 2014. At the entrance kiosk the cave was listed as one of the parts of the site open to visit. As with most Italian attractions there are very few signposts and the cave is completely unmarked and consequently not very easy to find. There were more staff hanging around chatting than there were visitors and those we approached were utterly unhelpful. When we eventually found it the entrance was blocked off for no apparent reason. The only positive things I can say about the site is that it made for a pleasant walk around and it is one of those very rare places in Italy where they don't charge for car parking. But then they make up for that by charging for something you can't see.
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