Driny cave is a small cave in the Small Carpathian mountains.
It is located about 2 km southwest of Smolenice in Smolenice Karst. The entrance to the cave is 399 above sea level, situated in the western slope of the Driny hill (434 m), which is composed of relatively pure Jurassic limestone. The cave is known for its well-preserved stalactite formations. It was re-opened to the public in 1959.