The Frasassi Caves are are a remarkable karst cave system in the municipality of Genga, near Ancona. They are among the most famous caves in Italy.
It is a true natural treasure based on a series of caves, including the largest one which is the “Ancona Abyss“, which can contain the Duomo of Milan.
The caves were discovered in 1971, and today you can visit them choosing between different courses, with underground passages and tunnels, lakes and huge caverns.
You enter the underground world of Frasassi caves through a tunnel which is long about 200 meters, carved into the rock, and the path has been made easier and well lit, despite there’s no natural superficial light.
Over the years, the caves have become one of the major tourist attractions of the Marche, where you can admire the natural sculptures formed thanks to the water and rock, which made such evocative shapes and sizes to have been “baptized “by speleologist in a strange way, such as the” Giants “, the” Sword of Damocles “, the” Obelisk “, the” Organ Pipes “.
Here you can feel the excitement of an underground world, which is hidden and beautiful, made up of beautiful environments where silence alternates with the rhythm of the drops of water on the rocks.