Cave of the Wind


Located in the center of the Apuan Alps Natural Park, it is among the most complete caves in Europe, presenting an extraordinary variety of phenomena that are illustrated with precision and competence by expert speleological guides.

Comfortable paths allow you to admire all the wonders of the underground world in the light of the spotlights: from the living and brilliant stalactites and stalagmites, to the polychrome flows, the alabaster draperies, the crystal-encrusted lakes, the underground waterways and the bizarre shapes of erosion.

There are three itineraries: the “first” (one hour) has a flat course and is covered almost everywhere with splendid calcareous concretions; the “second” (two hours), which also includes the first, offers the charm of vast environments crossed by a small underground river; the “third” (three hours), allows the complete visit of the cave and travels comfortably through some perfectly vertical sections.

The cave is open every day of the year, except Christmas Day.
In the period from April 1st to November 1st and on Sundays and holidays of the remaining months, respects the following timetable:

1st itinerary (about an hour): 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18.
2nd itinerary (about two hours): 11, 15, 16, 17.
3rd itinerary (about three hours, complete visit): 10am, 2pm.

On weekdays from November 2nd to March 31st it is only possible to visit the first itinerary.

The internal temperature is +10.7°C everywhere.

At the box office there is a bar and a large shop selling minerals, fossils, jewelery and fancy goods.