Cave of Anemotrypa

The cave of Anemotrypa is situated near the village Pramanta in the southeast part of the Prefecture of Ioannina, at an altitude of 900m. In 1960 the speleologist Anna Petrocheilos studied the cave and today 270 m from the 350 m of the total length of the cave are open to the public.

The cave has three levels: the upper level, which isn’t visitable as it had collapsed in the past, the middle level, where there’s a formed tourist route and the lowest level, where there’s a subterranean river flowing.

The cave is separated in “chambers” interconnected by corridors. Impressive stalactites and stalagmites, waterfalls, lakes, subterranean river and amazing colourings compose a breathtaking place, which definitely worths visiting.

The cave is 60 km from the city of Ioannina and 65 km. from the city of Arta. There’s a café – restaurant running near the cave where you can also get your tickets to the cave.
For information:
Mr. Vorloumis Christos, tel. +30 26590.62319 & +30 6973740901

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Pramanta Ioannina

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