Exceptional! The cave of La Verna is welcoming the Aéroplume, next September, 7-14.

La Verna is the largest underground room to be visited, in the world! Diameter 250 m (820 ft), height 194 m (636 ft), surface area 5 ha (12,4 ac), volume 3,6 million m3 (127 million cu ft).
That allows beautiful flights.
Demonstration flights only (we haven’t planned to train or escort new pilots). People who have already flown (in Écausseville, for example) can possibly fly, ask Jean-Pierre: + 33 (0)6 82 28 81 80 or jean-pierre@aerosculpture.com.

The cave is located in the French commune of Sainte-Engrâce, in the department of Pyrénées-Atlantiques, in region New-Aquitaine.

Google Maps access
laverna.fr