Grotta Guattari

It is the most famous part of the headland even though it was not discovered until 24 February 1939 when Mr Guattari removed a landslide that had blocked the entrance. Here he found over six hundred animal bones and Mr Guattari immediately called Professor Blanc. When he entered the cave Read more…

Capo Bianco

Capo Bianco is characterized by white rocks and many caves that can be visited with small boats. It is reachable only by sea and it is recommended to visit the caves between 12.00 and 16.00 to have the best brightness. In this area there are peregrine falcon nests.

Porcina Caves

In this area you will find a collection of Etruscan monuments. The largest is a tuff hill excavated into the shape of a mound with a diameter of 28 meters. The tomb dates back to the sixth century BC and aound the perimeter can be seen remains of decorations. On Read more…

Rupestri Settlements

There are at least four monastic settlements made in caverns or caves, perhaps previously used and then transformed during the rise of Christianity. The settlements are the ‘Caves of San Lorenzo’, painted and connected to a small necropolis, the ‘Caves of San Leonardo’, in which we recognize the remains of Read more…

Caves of Pastena

The Pastena Caves are a complex of caves discovered in 1926 by Baron Carlo Franchetti. Immediately they became a tourist destination and are known as the ” Consorzio Grotte Pastena e Collepardo”. In these caves there were found several archaeological finds relating to burials and ritual offerings of the Neolithic Read more…

Abyss of Vetega

On the Aurunci Mountains, in the Santa Croce area, not far from the homonymous spring, lies this deep 360 m abyss. The abyss is one of the deepest in Lazio and is popular with cavers.  

Trivigliano- Grotte di Corniano by Sandro Alviani

The Cave of Corniano

Facing the Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Star (Ferentino), on one side of Mount Corniano, lies the “Cave of Corniano”. The cave is excavated in the miocene limestone and always contains a certain amount of water to which, during the summer, the local people of the surroundings are drawn Read more…

Murro Cave

At the height of 1254 metres near Pizzo Murro Marro, you can find the cave of Murro, a karst cavity that penetrates into the rock for a dozen meters. Karst phenomena are numerous, witnessed by various cavities along the river gorges and the “Impaura” cave, located beneath the limestone spur Read more…

War Shelters

The shelters comprise a network of more than 6 km of tunnels used during the Second World War as an air raid shelter for citizenship. There are reconstructed period rooms with war relics illustrating the underground life of the population. Today these tunnels, created by digging in the pozzolana quarries, Read more…