The Ninfa Garden is a beautiful botanical garden located in the town of Cisterna di Latina, in the region of Lazio, Italy. It is situated on the site of the ruins of the medieval town of Ninfa, which was abandoned in the 13th century. The garden was created in the 20th century by the Caetani family, who transformed the ruins into a beautiful and romantic garden. The garden is known for its many species of plants and flowers, which thrive in the mild climate of the region. It is also home to a large collection of water lilies, which are planted in the many ponds and canals that crisscross the garden. Visitors to the Ninfa Garden can enjoy strolling through the beautifully landscaped grounds, admiring the plants and flowers, and exploring the ruins of the medieval town.