1Valley of the Mills, Sorrento, Italy

Nestled in the intense crevasses on an ancient earthquake, the structures of Valley of Mills are surprisingly contemporary. The mills were created out of stone during the 13 century, and weren’t really abandoned until the Piazza Tasso construction. The region’s stone structures were surrounded by vegetation over a period of time that flourished in the hot, sultry crevasse. This lends the valley an abandoned and unused appeal, something that can be highly fascinating for explorers and adventure seekers.