Coined as the centre of the Earth, these caves are some of the the largest and most famous underground caverns in Italy. It may be cold but this crystalline wonderland is completely worth it. The factions from the theatrical lighting light up the beams and walkways which lead to displays showcasing…
Must see! A marvelous place, a wonder of nature. Well organized, you let your car back in one of several parking places, buy your tickets and will be transferred via bus directly to the entry of the cave.
Spectacular caves with stalactites and stalagmites an hour drive from Mondolfo
Set admist the Gola della Rossa-Frasassi Regional Park, are these amazing caves with lots of stalactites and stalagmites. The central chamber is 240 metres high. Involves walking and stairs - not suitable for wheelchairs or buggies.
Caves of Frassassi- are a remarkable karst cave system in the municipality of Genga, Italy, in the province of Ancona, Marche. They are among the most famous show caves in Italy.
Europe's largest caves, amazing.Check out the website for times of the guided tours. Euro 18.00 for adualts. About 1 hour drive from Montedinove.
Just a short drive from Casa San Gabriel and you can call in at historic Gubbio on the way
Impressive caverns, among the largest in Europe in a beatiful gorge and natural park. Visit the caves, see the Romanesque church and Roman bridge, modern thermal facility, take scenic trekking trails.
“Impossibile venire a Recanati senza vederla. If you come to Recanati you can't miss it.”
“Locale molto gettonato, piace molto ai giovani. ambiente brillante, bello esteticamente.”
“Bellissime escursioni nel parco regionale del Monte Conero, con la sua natura incontaminata, immersi in una pineta bellissima e suggestiva e scorci mozzafiato sul mare e sulla costa.”
“Have fun with youyr kids in the zoo, you will meet a lot of animals and new friends!”
Point of Interest
“Un itinerario nelle grotte segrete di Camerano, una visita unica e suggestiva nell'enorme complesso di grotte artificiali ricavate sotto la città.”