The Pramanton Cave (or Anemotrypa Cave) has stalagmites and stalactites of unique beauty. The cave has three levels. The highest and oldest has fallen apart and only some parts of it are still preserved. The middle level is being used for tourism purposes. In the third level lies the bed of an underground river. The river can be seen at the end of the touristic pathway just before it creates a 2 meter waterfall, 10 meters lower from the pathway. The river appears again in a spring emerging in a gorge, 25 meters under the entrance of the cave. The touristic section has 250 meters length. Its entrance and exit are in the same spot. Three small lakes (in grey, pink and white colors) have been formed underneath the beautifully colored stalagmites. Diverse fossilized insects can be seen in the cave such as Lepidoptera.

The history of the cave begins somewhere around the year 1960. Two young men (Apostolis Lampris and Giorogos Karakostas) received the order by the Mayor of the Community to widen a crack trough which came fresh air in order to search its interior due to the arrival of the memorable speleologist Anna Petrochilou. Crawling with great difficulty, 10 meters further, they discovered a wide cavity. The lack of light prevented them from continuing their search. After this, the part of the cave of 270 m length was studied and explored, and the cave was developed and is accessible to visitors. The name of the cave is Anemotrypa, Wind-hole.

Just after the cave’s entrance the path leads to the First Chamber of 17 m. dia­meter, adorned with beautiful hanging stalactites that reach the floor. On the left appears “The River Chamber”. The ladder leads from the fully adorned narrow passage to the Big Chamber with a height of 6 m. with decor and formation of candles, the water fall and the Grey Lake , behind a series of stalagmites. Follows the 52 m. Passage of Ploutos, with the most impressive colorful decor.

The passage leads to the Red Lake Chamber. Gradual stone basins receive the running waters of the lake which, along with the fine stalactite adornments, cre­ate a unique picture. Thereafter lies a descending passage split in two by a huge stone block. On the left of it another wonderful pond. On the right the floor is covered by stony ground picturing the flowing of the water of the Red Lake. Then the cave ends at the last downhill accessible part of the cave.