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A quieter alternative to the very busy Grotta del Vento on the other side of the mountains. Note that there's only a 2h walk, not varied options, and in late Oct only two departures per day. Our knowledgeable guide was very enthusiastic and didn't mind...More
I have visited caves all over the world but theses are the best. So extensive with so many features that you see close at hand. The bus takes you up and then it is a 2hour visit with 17 00 steps. So good a must...More
Arrived early afternoon, which wasn't really enough time to see everything the area had to offer (we missed out on the marble quarries), but the highlight was definitely the walk through the caves. Well organized (they'll even rent you decent footwear if you turn up...More
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AntrodelCorchia, Responsabile relazioni con la clientela at Grotta Turistica Antro del Corchia, responded to this reviewResponded September 5, 2018
The bus journey is part of the experience :D ...but don't worry, the driver could do it even blind!!
Our tour guide Naomi was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. She speaks Italian, English and Dutch.
The cave has a lot to offer. From deep trenches, narrow passes to a shallow lake.
Since it was summer, the cave was very refreshing (10 degrees Celsius). In case...More
Antro del Corchia is a not-too-touristic and fresh place that can be a first choice in warm and crowdy days. People from Levigliani is very proud about their beauties and greatly orgnises buses and shuttles to reach the different places from parkings. Two connected museums...More
Absolutely fantastic and intriguing! A must if you are in the area of Versilia. A 3.6 kilometer trek that lasts an hour and a half in the heart of a white marble cave in the Apuan Mountains.
Towering stalactites, stalagmites and underground pools over two...More
The bus that takes you to the caves is already interesting and if you do not like to drive in the mountains, like me, it's better to not look out the windows. The caves themselves are worth the visit. Different from other ones we've visited...More
After quite a long mountainous road, arrive at small "parking". Entry to cave at designated times only! (Every two hours from 11 in July, hourly in August). Bus up to cave entry. Cave temperature is a constant 7.6 degrees Celsius, so bring a jacket!