We are surrounded by a beautiful landscape, in the middle of ancient villages and magnificent coasts.

Here is a list of the places you can visit in the surroundings of 7 Chakras Festival:

Written By: Giuseppe Ferrara



4 km from the festival

An ancient Etruscan city, Tuscania’s city walls are more than 4,000 years old. The charming town center is an awe inspiring display of its ancient buildings: castles, the cathedral, and cosy stone houses. Visiting the picturesque village of Tuscania is like travelling back in time, and don’t forget to enjoy the traditional food and recipes!



The 7 Chakras Festival area is nested amongst rich mineral resources. Since ancient times, the people in this area have been healing themselves at these all-natural spas. Allow yourself to let go and soak up the best of what Mother Nature is sharing with us.

The main hot springs that you can visit around here are:

20 km: Terme dei Papi

37 km: Terme di Vulci

44 km: Terme di Sorano

70 km: Terme di Saturnia



Less than 30 mins by car (30 km), we arrive at the sea. And here begins one of the most beautiful coasts of Italy.

Coast of the Argentario

1 hour drive (60–70 km)

A spectacular panorama of the Maremma region, its coastline is characterised by crystal clear waters and dense Mediterranean vegetation, and presents breathtaking landscapes and views. Just 80 minutes from the festival, we arrive at Cala del gesso. An inlet of rocks and polished pebbles, a very rich backdrop to explore, crystal clear waters – a real corner of paradise! The Argentario beaches are all very small, perfect for spending a few days relaxing before and after the festival.
Surely one of the most beautiful seas in Italy but also a green vegetation, full of pine forests and shaded spaces.



Marmore Waterfalls

1 hour drive: (90 km)

The Cascate delle Marmore is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Italy and one of the highest in Europe: the highest point and the lowest point are separated by a difference in height of 165 meters, in which there are three jumps of great beauty.
The waterfall is immersed in a park of numerous other waterfalls, where winding paths take you around see archaeological wonders and hydraulic works.



The Tarot Garden

40 min drive (49 km)

The Tarot Garden is a theme park characterized by the presence of 22 sculptures, made of mirrors, glasses and ceramics, which represent the 22 major arcana of the Tarot: the works are located along a (spiritual) path made of citations, messages and thoughts .
The park, considered by many to be a true work of art in the open, is a perfect combination of art, nature and spirituality.
The sculptures have a soul of steel and cement, and are externally and internally lined with mirror mosaics, precious glass and colored ceramics.
Inspired by the Parque Güell of A. Gaudì of Barcelona, the Franco-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle has made this small area in Maremma, owned by her friends, the ideal place to give birth to her garden of sculptures and to welcome people to appreciate the art.


Park of the Monsters

30 min drive: (38 km)

The Monster Park? It’s a journey through secrets, enigmas and wonders through one of the most unique forests in the world!
Bomarzo stands in a valley dotted with huge blocks of volcanic rock, dense vegetation, lined with the roots of oaks and holm oaks. This alchemic garden is populated by animals, mythological beings, talking statues, masks, carved directly into the lava rock protruding from the ground.
Enter the sacred Temple and face its trials! Enter the Leaning House and feel your senses altered!



Mole of Narni

40 mins drive: (56 km)

If you love fantasy, like us, you will know that in Narni and its surroundings there are the places that inspired “The Chronicles of Narnia”.
The Mole di Narni lie close to the Gole del Nera, just a few kilometers from Narni and Stifone. In this place there is a hidden jewel: a narrow valley in which the Nera flows, creating a natural pool with water that dissolves in wonderful turquoise and emerald shades. It is so clear that the rocks on the riverbed can be seen, creating striking contrasts.


Bolsena Lake

40 mins drive: (36 km)

The large body of water of Bolsena Lake, with its 114 square kilometers of calm surface, is the largest volcanic lake in Europe. Created thousands of years ago when fractures caused explosions, with ashes, lapilli, pozzolane and large lava flows. The clean waters of Lake Bolsena, due to the absence of any pollutant source in the surrounding areas, and numerous underwater springs, are today made even clearer and cleaner thanks to an impressive and sophisticated purification system managed by a consortium of Municipalities belonging to the lake basin. The mild climate is particularly suitable for children and the elderly.