The walls of Saxon: This location may be the 'old Xifeo, conviction handed down by an uncertain location described by Livy, and called Lymphaeum (Linfèo), bitterly place involved in the Punic Wars.
In the time it was called Saxon as results from some documents, was completely destroyed in the late fourteenth century.
The 'area contains the remains of the walls around 1,500 meters long, the defense system was built by the Lombards.
The Cave Woman Marseilles: Practically in what remains of the walls of Saxon, you open the Cave Woman Marseilles, inside were recovered several artifacts to be referred to the third millennium BC, also there was found a skeleton and fragments ceramic due to the culture of the Sicilian Count Plan.
How to get there.
From San Basile or Morano Calabro, take the road that connects the two towns. At mid-term (3 miles) to the right if coming from San Basile, left if coming from Morano Calabro, you see the two walls of the door 'entry of' ancient citadel. Once all 'inside the city, following the slope of the ground, heading downstream, there is a rocky ledge at the base of which opens the Cave Woman Marseilles.