Karsism caused to the cave a very articulate morphology. In fact it's made by a wide chamber as an entrance (called "precave"), and after this, there's a tight and short shaft that brings to an inner chamber less tall and longer. Inside the precave there are the remains of a kiln aimed at the making of lime that dates back to late medieval age. Recently, it was used by agricultural peasants as a stable and shelter for agricultural tools. In the inner chamber we can find 33 engraved pictures and about 100 painted figures: they represents absolutely the richest Italian inheritance of prehistoric figurate expressivity. This part of the cave was unexplored. It has been known to the inhabitants of the island as a good hunt place, were, besides some ferret and some bunnies, nobody ever entered. But among the inhabitants of Levanzo circulated some rumours about the presence of "inscriptions" in the dark chamber, maybe the echo of an old story of an explorer which didn't recognize to have faced such important prehistoric images.