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I had read all the reviews of this and thought we could walk from the cave to the trail head. That is not accurate. The road is very narrow and unsafe to walk. A sweet gentleman offered us a ride. We were so grateful. The...More
We previously visited the caves of Frassasi but never visited this church in the rocks before. Now we took the steep climb - take your time and rest a few times - and at the end this climb was really worth the effort. Nice view...More
This “Refuge of Sinners” is an old pilgrimage site, with an octagonal temple (commissioned in early 19th century,and designed by Giuseppe Valadier- hence the name) sitting at the mouth of a cave. It's a steep 700 metres climb from a small, informal parking lot at...More
It's not an easy hike up to the top of the mountain, but it's certainly worth it to see this remarkable temple. While here, be sure to explore the area behind the temple, which serves as one of the primary cavers' entrances to the Grotte...More
Came here after visiting grotto di frasassi (another must see place) the directions I found on the web and on trip advisor were not so great, it turns out that the start of the path is about half a mile from the frasassi cave opening...More
I would recommend to everyone to take 30-60 mins out of their day and take the 700m walk up to Tempio del Valadier.
It is an extremely relaxing and peaceful place at the top and unlike anything I have seen before.
Stumbled upon this by accident and so glad we did! It's quite the climb but there is a nice paved walkway the entire way and benches to stop and rest should you need. It's so fascinating to see this temple built into the cave and...More
If yo9u are in the Genga area, this is one of the two sites I would say are "don't miss" sites. It is truly amazing how this small temple and sanctuary were built inside of a cave. Be warned that the walk up to the...More