A trip to the underground: Vranjača cave near Split Croatia

A trip to the underground: Vranjača cave near Split Croatia

In the bare heart of Central Dalmatia, Dalmatian Zagora as it is locally known, only half an hour drive from Split Croatia, beautiful cave Vranjača stands proud. Meet the wondrous underground world of nature stone architecture made with water influence for thousands of years away from the light and man's influence. Discover the nature's beauty and magnificent cave's decorations. Vranjača cave is one of the greatest pearls of Central Dalmatia countryside and it is protected since 1963. Not far from Vranjača cave's entrance there is a hiking path which leads to Vickov peak, from which the view is breathtaking!

Visit to the Vranjača cave is an excellent day trip idea, it is packed with stone and wooden picnic areas and untouched nature as well as clean air in the woods is just more the reason nature lovers and others should take a trip to this picturesque area! Have some fun exploring the cave and its smaller parts which all have a unique name. Some have different glow and colors and each one will leave you speechless! The full length of the Vranjača cave paths are 360 meters long and the temperature is around 15 degrees Celcius throughout the year. The cave is located at 452 meters above sea level and the depth is 107 meters.

If you are planning to visit Vranjača cave it will take up 60 minutes of your time. If you are staying in villa in Split Croatia or you are planning to rent villa in Central Dalmatia countryside, Vranjača cave should definitely be on your list and the visit is well worth it!