Pozzodella Cava, Orvieto
Pozzodella Cava, Orvieto - Address, Phone Number
Address: Via della Cava, 28, 05018 Orvieto TR, Italy
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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About Pozzodella Cava, Orvieto
This is an underground stretch where a family has very well conserved archeological and historical remains that were excavated from here and are said to have belonged to the early residents of the caves. It is also said that once upon a time 5 French officers were murdered following a fight and were buried down here.
The parts of this place are the Furnace, the butti, the tomb, the cistern, the cellar, the muffola, the necropolis, the quarry and the well no-2. There are also shops set up in here. There are also food and wine- tasting labs here.
How To reach Pozzodella Cava by Public Transport
- Get there on foot or by taxi.
Restaurants Near Pozzodella Cava
- Baffo Averino
- Ristorante Le Grotte del Funaro
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Short and interesting self-guided tour. Costs 3 euro each. I would recommend stopping by if in Orvieto
Bellissimo, costa poco e vale la pena visitarlo se siete ad Orvieto. Totally worth a visit if you are in Orvieto, it's nice and cheap to visit
A very pleasant diversion from the heat of the day, interesting self guided trip, short but worthwhile and good value for money.
It's very interesting however your time would be better spent visiting the Well of St Patrick at the other end of Orvieto or the Underground of Orvieto
This place was absolutely fascinating! It was only 3 EUR to go in and you follow a path around the caves, in the middle somewhere is the massive well. There's also signs all the way around that explain everything in different languages. Even though we visited on a Saturday afternoon I think we were the only people in there which was brilliant! The little old Italian guy that runs the place is great too, he had a surprise for us at the end which I don't know if he does to everyone or not but I won't say what it is in case it spoils it for others...