Below are only mentioned a few of the famous caves, to give you an idea of what you may see.


Grotta del Vento - Chimney

         Grotta del Vento - Draping


Grotta del Vento  is  situated in the center  of the Apuana  Alps' National Park, near Lucca in Tuscany.    This is one of the most completed European caves, presenting an extraordinary variety of phenomena which are outlined with competence and precision by expert speleological guides.



Punta degli Stretti cave is in the Central Appenines, situated along the Tyrrhenian Sea coast at Monte Argentario, Grosseto, Tuscany.



It is a karstic cave of Pliocene to Pleistocene age. 


Punta degli Stretti

Grotta di Pietrasecca

Grotte di Pietrasecca, Central Apennines, Roma. The complex cave represents one of the most beautiful example of karst evolution in the Latium region. 


It includes some very interesting caves, such as the "Grotta Grande dei Cervi" and the "Ovito".



Grotta Frasassi are found in the territory of Genga, a small village in the province of Ancona, stretches over evocative panoramas at the foot of the Marches Apennines.   


In its vast extension lie the Frasassi Grottoes, about 40 km from the sea, crossed by the Sentino river, of exceptional scenic and natural interest. 

Grotta Frasassi



Grotta Giusti is in the heart of Tuscany, Monsummano, between Florence and Pisa.   Discovered over 150 years ago,  has given rise to a modern  thermal  therapy center, with mud packs, hydromassage, mineral steam baths with vapors charged with sulphur, calcium, bicarbonate of soda and magnesium.   It is a natural grotto with bubbling mineral water flowing between its stalagmites and stalactites.   The underground lake gives out temperatures from 27 to 34 centigrade.   Hell, Purgatory and Paradise taken from Dante's Divine Comedy are names given to the three caves that make up the grotto. 

Grotta Giusti



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