Radime Waterfall

In Villa Santina there is a limestone wall called “Cret“, overlooking the village to the North East. The same wall is crossed by one side by the gorge of Vinadia creek, and on the other it offers as a setting of spectacular waterfall Radime nicknamed Farine by Diaul. (Devil’s flour) It originated from the homonymous stream jump, which born in the City of Lauco. The waterfall overhangs for 230 meters, and this makes it one of the highest in Europe. This particular context means that it is visible for a short time, only in the days of heavy rain, or when the snow melts. The waterfall is visible both from the center of Villa Santina, which by national route 52.

The Radime waterfall results to be one of the seven highest in Europe.