Karst (natural caves).
On this page we present a selection of caves in Italy, from here you can directly access the details page.
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Found 95 Grottoes in Italy
- Borgo Grotta Gigante, 42/a
The Giant Cave is a karst cave, explored in 1840 and opened to tourism from Club Touristi Triestini already in 1908, after ...
Grotta del Cavallone
Lama dei Peligni CH
The Cave of the Breaker (otherwise known as the "Cave of the daughter of Jorio") is a cave speleological interest you ...
Grotte di Is Zuddas
These are caves carved by nature in the Cambric limestone of Monte Meana. The tunnel through which you enter the cave opens into a series ...
Grotta del Fico
Grotta del Fico opens into the limestone walls between the beaches of Cala Mariolu and Cala Biriala, in one of the most fascinating parts ...
Grotta Santa Barbara
Miniera San Giovanni
The cave of Santa Barbara, located inside the mine of San Giovanni in the territory of Iglesias - Gonnesa, was discovered by accident ...
Grotte di Onferno
The Onferno caves represent a karst complex of considerable value whose full scientific exploration, speleologist Quarina, dates back ...
Immense, majestic stalactite in the center of a circular cavern, between walls that seem carved by an unbeatable artist is the cave ...
Grotte dei Dossi
Villanova Mondovì CN
A wonderful labyrinth of halls and galleries decorated with multicolored concretions of various shapes and sizes. The colors of the concretions are ...
Grotta Torri di Slivia
The cave "Towers Slivia" is located in the Municipality of Duino-Aurisina in Trieste province, more precisely at the foot of the small ...
Grotta di Santa Margherita
Castellammare del Golfo TP
It is located on a wall overlooking a 15 meters above sea level. On the side walls of the wide cave you can see various paintings dating ...
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