Grabovača is the only cave park in Croatia located in Perušić, near the river Lika and Perušić field.
Grabovača also takes pride for its historical monument Kula from the late 16th century and the parish church of the Holy Cross from the 17th century. This cave park has a priceless wealth of subterranean karts shapes which makes 1/4 of the total number of protected caving structures in Croatia.
The area of Grabovača is characterized by landscape values that make it a recognizable hill area of this part of Lika. In the relatively small area of Cave Park Grabovača there are 9 speleological objects protected by the Nature Protection Law. Besides that, caves Samograd, Medina and Amidžina are individually protected (in 1964) by the Nature Protection Law in the category of geomorphological monuments of nature. The Park’s area is dominated by hills covered with low woods (coppice) of common beech and sessile oak. The highest peaks are Šutića vrh (787 m asl) and Grabovača (770 m asl).
The caves are available to be seen in all the seasons except winter.
FOTO: CAVE PARK GRABOVAČA