Cascata Radime or “La farine dal djàul” is an extraordinary, unknown waterfall in the village of Villa Santina, in the region, Italy.
At the northside of the village you will see a limestone wall of 230 meters called “Cret”. Here the river Radime falls down over the cliffs creating one of the highest waterfalls of Italy, Cascata Radima, sometimes called Cascata Villa Santina.
Cascata Radime is only visible when snow melts in the upper parts of the mountains where Monte Arvenis with 1.968 meters has the highest peak.
Cascata Radime can also be admired in al its glory after heavy rainfall. At that time Cascata Radime can grow to a very powerful waterfall.