Begin your journey at Monte Corchia, located along the Apuan Alps, near the source of the River Frigido, where you’ll find 60 kilometres of tunnels, including the Paolo Roversi Abyss, the deepest natural formation of its kind in Italy (1,249). The area’s three main caves are equipped for visiting tourists: don’t miss the Grotta del Vento in the Garfagnana, the Equi Terme Grottos in the Lunigiana and the Antro del Corchia in the Versilia. These authentic “geological theatres” will make your vacation truly worthwhile.
And while you’re in the Grosetto area, make sure to stop by San Quirico, outside Sorano, where you can see ancient settlements, tombs and villages from the Etruscan area. You can also wander out to the tumulus in Sovana, another part of the Grosseto area’s interesting landscape.