Furore - defunct village in Italy
• Furore - defunct village in Italy
A long time ago on the coast of the Italian province of Salerno was a small settlement, which were only mountain trails and one road. Those who knew this place could sail across the bay here, which is practically invisible from the sea. But it was clear from the very fine countryside views. Therefore Furore nicknamed "the village that does not exist."
Furore village and now make out not every.
If only swim up close, you can see the bridge, behind which hid a secret bay.
The locals call this bay fjords, by analogy with the Scandinavian fjords.
There is a small, intimate beach.
A group of old fishermen's houses cling to the cliffs.
It is the oldest part of the city.
The main village is now located at 300 meters above the Upper Furore.
Maloprimetnye trails connect different parts of the village.
In the arched bridge gulf height of 30 meters is held by the international high diving tournament.
I would be happy to get lost here.