Situated on Temenite Hill, Parco Archeologico Della Neapolis is a 2,583,338 square-foot archaeological park in Neapolis, which is in the Sicily region of Italy. It is said to have the most archaeological finds in the Mediterranean.
Designed by V. Cabianca, the park is an enclosed and protect area, due to the amount of its archaeological finds. The city around it grew, but the park and its finds are protected.
In addition to its finds, the park has different types of vegetation as well. It has numerous trees such as citrus, pine, ficus, carob, date palm and olive. In addition, it has pomegranate fruit, caper scrubs, climbing ivy plants and hibiscus flowers.