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A Must visit

Excellent view over the sea, you shouldn't miss it! Lots of stairs, not good for small kids and... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2018
Ioana T
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Sofia, Bulgaria
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Breathtaking views

Absolutely amazing views, must see if you’re in the area. Only downside was not being able to see... read more

Reviewed 6 June 2018
DianaSorina6
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
via mobile
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Via Santissima Trinita' 3, 04024 Gaeta, Italy
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Reviewed 25 June 2018 via mobile

Excellent view over the sea, you shouldn't miss it! Lots of stairs, not good for small kids and elderly. Go to the cave of the Turk.

Thank Ioana T
Reviewed 6 June 2018 via mobile

Absolutely amazing views, must see if you’re in the area. Only downside was not being able to see the full grotto as a large part of the stairs were blocked off.

Thank DianaSorina6
Reviewed 6 June 2018 via mobile

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!

Thank alex b
Reviewed 29 May 2018

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

1  Thank Amber S
Reviewed 18 May 2018

I was disappointed, as we were'nt able to go down to the waters edge in the cave. I have been a few times before as a youngster and wanted to take my wife down.

1  Thank Zotfish01
Reviewed 7 May 2018

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

Thank Tatiana W
Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

Absolutely stunning and quick as well. Parked near the restaurant, walked down to the grotto, through the monestary and walked right to the view.

1  Thank Grant I
Reviewed 3 April 2018 via mobile

Is a fascinating place, you can enjoy fresh air with an amazing view of the beach on one side and the mountain on the other. Feel the positive vibes, just let yourself go......

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Reviewed 22 March 2018

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

Thank pinotgrigi0
Reviewed 4 March 2018

We went here on a day where it was a bit too windy on the beach, so we were looking for something to do. We had always heard about this spot so we went up there and it did not disappoint. Its very impressive going...More

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Chris M
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Response from Bostonian2016 | Reviewed this property |
It might be possible but might be illegal. I have no idea really but there are cliffs all along the Amalfi coast. You may want to check out an extreme sports guide book.
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Adele R
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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
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