Le Marmore

Terni and its immediate surroundings offer a complete synthesis of everything it can offer and what is most characteristic of Umbria.
Every centre, even the smallest, has significant monuments and an artistic heritage that testify to events rich in history and fruitful for civil commitment.
Nature has been generous: the precious healing waters of the Sangemini, Furapane, Acquasparta springs; the Nera river which has carved out the picturesque Valnerina dominated by mountains rich in vegetation and easy to access, Lake Piediluco and the famous Marmore waterfall, a Roman hydraulic work, a destination for tourists from all over the world.

The Marmore Waterfall is one of the highest waterfalls in Europe with a controlled flow, with a total height difference of 165 m, divided into three jumps (the first, highest, is 83 m).

The name comes from the calcium salts present on the rocks which appear similar to marble.