Lipa Cave

Budva, Montenegro

Lipa Cave

Lipa Cave (Serbian: Липска пећина, romanized: Lipska pećina) is a karst cave situated close to Cetinje, Montenegro. It has a system of about 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) of passages and halls, which makes it one of the largest caves in Montenegro. It's the first cave in Montenegro which opened for tourists, after the cave's valorisation projected finished thanks to the help of the Municipality of Cetinje and the Lipa Cave company.

Lipa Cave is one of the largest caves in Montenegro. It is a karst cave with a system of about 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) of passages and halls. The difference in elevation between the highest and the lowest point in the cave system is more than 300 m (980 ft). In 2015, a total of 3,512 m (11,522 ft) of the cave had been explored and surveyed. Part of the cave contains an underground river. It starts close to the village of Lipa and stretches into the mountains by the Adriatic Sea. The temperature in the cave is 8–12 °C (46–54 °F).



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