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Never in my life I was denied access in a rude and offensive way with Italian swearing in my back because I didn’t feel like offering a donation (bad me!) In the end left 2 eur just to see that a lower level of the...More
Recommend anyone travelling near to Gaeta to visit this amazing place. Be prepared for a bit of walking but it’s definitely worth it. The cafe near to the entrance also has a brilliant view of Gaeta which is worth a stop!
Was disappointing because the grotto was closed to the sea, you can see the split down the first flight of stairs to the landing but the rest is closed off for safety. We did not walk to the top of the mountain because we were...More
We went to see this natural beauty of the mountain that broke apart during the Earthquake in middle ages. The place became religious place with a church and a chapel. The beautiful view of the sea is an additional benefit. Free entrance. Unfortunately we weren't...More
Montagna Spaccata is special to me because of the Sanctuary of the Most Holy Trinity (according to legend, when Jesus died on the cross, the Jerusalem temple veil was torn causing three deep cracks into the rock of what today is known as Split Mountain...More
What exactly do you want to know? via fontania is a road that runs along a small cliff, with a locally famous beach on one side and houses for the well-to-do on the other. Further down, it turns into via Marina di Serapo... More
What exactly do you want to know? via fontania is a road that runs along a small cliff, with a locally famous beach on one side and houses for the well-to-do on the other. Further down, it turns into via Marina di Serapo, the where the general beach resorts lie, along with a few small, public access beaches.