Tane del Diavolo in Parrano
An articulated complex of caves of karstic origin opens up on the slopes of the hill where the village of Parrano (just north of Orvieto) arises, on the walls of a gorge and along the ditch of Bagno. These caves are called with the charming toponym of Nests of the Devil.
Important archaeological materials of different epochs come from these cavities and range from the Neolithic age (the moment of transition from the Stone Age to the Age of Metals, at the beginning of the third millennium B.C.) until the late Bronze Age. At the beginning of the gorge there is a source whose waters are characterized by a rather accentuated process of thermal springs, since they gush at the temperature of about 28 degrees Celsius. Here you can find a thermal lake, where you could take a refreshing bath once left the caves!