Aerial video in 5k of the ruins of a Roman Villa next to Sirmione, Lake Garda in Italy. The location is also known as "Grotte di Catullo", Catullo being a famous poet born in the Verona region and thought to possibly be the owner of the Villa. Grottoes of Catullus is the name given to the ruins of this Roman villa at the northernmost end of the peninsula of Sirmione on the southern shore of Lago di Garda. The video was filmed in 5k using a zenmuse X5S on a DJI Inspire 2. The video was shot in D-Log & ProRes. Today, researchers believe the extensive ruins are from a grand home started near the end of the first century B.C., after the poet is believed to have died. It was built for a wealthy family from Verona, in whose territory Sirmione lay during the Roman period. The villa is on the end of a tip of land poking into the lake, with gorgeous views on three sides.