Prohodna Cave

Stretching for 262 metres, Bulgaria's longest cave passage is best known for the two eye-like holes in the ceiling of its central chamber.

Prohodna Cave The Eyes of God

Prohodna Cave is one of the most well-known attractions in the Karlukovo Gorge, one of the largest karst regions in Bulgaria, and features two entrances which lie opposite one another. The larger of the two entrances reaches an impressive 45 metres in height and is a popular location for bungee jumping. There is evidence indicating that humans lived in the cave during the Neolithic and Chalcolithic periods. The middle chamber’s “Eyes of God” are the most well-known feature of the cave, which let light into the cave and provide a unique view of the skies above. The cave is considered one of the most easily accessible caves in Bulgaria, but appropriate footwear is recommended.

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