The Srnica cave
At the foot of the Kanin mountains, there are 750 m of tunnels and caves.
The Srnica cave is distinguished by fossilised heart-shaped mussels. In long-lasting or heavy rains, the Srnica cave fills up with water and turns into a temporary water source. A waterfall forms at the upper entrance to the cave.
There is a 63 m difference in altitude between the entrances to the cave. Exploring the Srnica cave is difficult and can only be attempted with the right equipment and an experienced guide.