Rock church

Hidden by vegetation, the entrance to this rock church has a flat façade with a parabolic arch and a cross engraved above the door. The church has a rectangular floor-plan with a nave that extends along its right wall from a room with an arched entrance and a presbytery which is inaccessible due to collapses. The presbytery is separated from the nave by a large segmental arch, which rests on a low wall. In the room to the right of the entrance there is a stone fireplace, next to which is a bed dug out of the rock that suggests the cave was used by shepherds.


Biglietto di ingresso:


This inaccessible rock church is also known as Santa Maria alla Gravina and is located on private property.