The cave at Aladino village -4.5 to 5 million years old- is one of the top attractions of Andros and has an area of approximately 500 m2. It consists of five halls, four of which are open to the public. It was discovered in 1932 by Ioannis Petrohilos and mapped later on in greater detail. The cave is an impressive spectacle composed of stalactites, stalagmites, helictites, hanging rocks and colorful limestone.
Location: Just before Chora, at Aladino village.