Grotte di Labante

Grotte di Labante, Castel d'Aiano: Address, Grotte di Labante Reviews: 4.5/5

Grotte di Labante
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4.5
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Cesare B
Poggio Renatico, Italy61 contributions
You don't need to go to Pamukkale to see interesting travertines!
Jun. 2020
Around 25 years ago, I lived near Labante for around 5 years. I was very happy to discover that the place is unaltered, the only major difference being the travertine trampoline and curtain that have grown incredibly quickly. The small passage once opened to the public, where you could sneak into the small cave at the price of some drops on your back, is now unaccessible, but the place and the surrounding network of trails id decidedly worth the visit: don't miss it!
Written June 25, 2020
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ExBeanCounter72
Plagne Bellecote, France17 contributions
Very beautiful
Aug. 2018 • Family
Although this place is quite small, it’s well worth the visit. It’s beautiful, you can climb in to the grotto, it’s peaceful and you have numerous places to eat a picnic around the site.
The site history was only in Italian, which isn’t my first language (!) it would have been nice to get the full context in English too, but my bad for not speaking Italian!
It’s very pretty and I enjoyed the 60 minute visit. It looked like there was a walk to be enjoyed too, but with a wheelchair in tow we didn’t risk the unknown...
Written August 14, 2018
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Cookada
36 contributions
Beautiful!
Aug. 2017 • Family
It is a beautiful place to visit. It could also be considered as a spot for a romantic out as well. Definitely a picnic spot for a family. Peaceful and mesmerising atmosphere.
Written July 9, 2018
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bujutsu
Verona, Italy23 contributions
Smal but beautiful scene
Dec. 2015 • Couples
Very suggestive piece of landscape. It's small but really beautiful, perfect for a picnic with the family !
Written December 27, 2015
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Carles P
Gualta, Spain30 contributions
what a hard water!
May 2015 • Family
If you love geology and want to see caves growing up in front you: go there!
In fact, here the water makes caves. But in the other way around: not by eroding but by building through precipitation of calcium carbonate.
It's a rare phenomenon that deserves your attention. You can also take relief from the fresh air in the woods and some good traditional food nearby, just few miles up on the hills.
Half way between Florence and Bologna.
Written June 15, 2015
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