If you're the kind of person who absolutely loves the idea of actually visiting the Moon or are crazy about walking about on its surface, you might be in luck.

You could just be able to experience all of that without actually leaving the comfort of planet Earth!

The Crete Senesi (Siennese clay) area, located in the Italian province of Tuscany, which lies south of Siena, consists of an untouched natural landscape of hills and woods. Some 2.5 million years ago, the Crete Senesi region is said to have been covered by the Pliocene sea and clay. The distinctive grey color of the clay sediments left behind is said to give a distinctively lunar appearance to the landscape.

Check out some photographs of Crete Senesi here.