Grotte di Ara are a spectacular set of natural caves in Grignasco, Italy. Located at the foot of the Alps, these surreal formations have been carved by water over thousands of years. Caves can be accessed by an easy path, allowing visitors to marvel at the beautiful shapes and formations inside. Inside the caves, you can explore the huge stalactites, stalagmites and other forms of limestone concretions. Rooms are filled with archaeological artifacts, some dating back to the third millennium BC. There are plenty of chances to take some amazing photographs, both inside and outside the caves.