The Gorge of Furlo (at 15 Km.)
The landscape is impressive, picturesque and wild. The Passo del Furlo has a great historical reputation for the wonderful work that Etruscans and Roman Emperors did (walls, rock cuts, tunnels) and have been in all times, the scene of major battles. The cliffs rise hundreds of meters to a peak on a green pond and form the characteristic Furlo’s Gorge, of a unique unique charm, which inserts the right of the main attractions of ‘central Italy.
A few kilometers Acqualagna is well known as the production area of the most prized truffles in Italy: the appointment for gourmets is the Fiera Nazionale del Tartufo, in early November.
The Frasassi Caves in Frasassi (at 25 km.)
Let’s imagine a work of hundreds of millions of years, where the water dissolving small amounts of limestone, over a drip of millenniums, creates deposits by more strange and fantastic.
Think of a “complex underground” of about 30km. laid out on 8 different geological levels: these are the Frasassi Caves, one of the most fascinating underground paths of the world. We are in the province of Ancona, in the municipality of Genga, in the heart of the Natural Park of Gola della Rossa and Frasassi. The visit to the caves is a unique experience that no visitor will forget, expecially the beauty of the scene formed by stalactites, stalagmites, alabaster lance and lakes of crystal clear water, colors and shades almost unreal.
The Lake of Pilato (at 110 km.)
This Lake is situated on Mount Vettore, in the Sibylline Mountains National Park at an altitude of 1.941 m above sea level.
It is known as “the lake with the glasses” for the form of its complementary, invaded and communicating during times of increased presence of water.