We found this place by accident, but so glad we did. It's a beautiful walk and not to challenging. Get ready for some gorgeous views.
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You are so surprised to find this "hidden" green and lush valley! Famous for the waterfall and view of ancient ruins. You can simply find viewing points and look over the edge OR if you are fit and adventurous you can hike down into the...More
A very beautiful park. It's a slow hike of around 2 hours. There are caves and a nice forest. The best thing is the waterfall. You got 2 view points on it and it's amazing. Entrance fee is 8 Euro without discount.
We visited Easter weekend 2017-perfect weather, lots of people but it is well built to handle crowds. This park has everything! 120 foot waterfalls, hidden grottos, Roman ruins, and good trails and maps! The trail follows switchbacks down into the " valley of hell" and...More
This place can be seen by ponte Gregoriano. Some waterfalls and a beautiful view.. The city is very calm and the atmosphere is very relaxing. Parking is very close and it costs as per 2016 2 euro/6h.
The route was well marked, the staff provided maps. The trail was really nice and offered a good variety of things to see in only about 1,5 hours: caves, waterfalls and ruins. The height differences and many stairs makes the trail interesting, but also not...More
So sad to find this amazing park closed on Mondays. What we could see from the road looked amazing. Be sure to plan your trip accordingly as the sites within this park look amazing.