Archaeologists in scuba gear have discovered more than 3,000 oaken posts, which wer once used to support their houses. In fact, the town is named after the Roman villa that stood where the coast formed a right angle, or angularia. Walk along the promenade at night, however, and you’ll catch the most atmospheric view of the town. The star of the show is a 40ft canoe, one of five such vessels that astonished archaeologists when they were discovered. Getting to Anguillara SabaziaTrains leave regularly from Rome, either from Ostiense or Tiburtina stations, and take about an hour to get to Anguillara.