The Vranjača Cave is located on the northwestern side of the base of the Mosor mountains, near the settlement of Kotlenice, on the land of the Punda family, 24 km away from city Split.
The entrance area, so-called. atrium,is known by locals since ancient times, while the second part is found by the owner of the land on which the cave is, Stipe Punda, passing through a narrow passage for the wounded pigeon.
The cave was open to visitors in 1929. The total length of the corridors of the cave is 360 m.The temperature inside the cave is from +10 to 15 degrees Celsius all year round.
From the first hall of the cave, there leads a small natural corridor into the next hall, filled with stalactites and stalagmites of different shapes and colours. When you walk through the cave, you get the impression that more and more new pathways keep appearing.
INCLUDED IN PRICE:
- Transport with comfortable combi van or with bus
- Passenger insurance
- Licensed guide
- Ticket for the cave