In the hilly region of Sumadija, when entering the town of Arandjelovac, there is the Risovaca cave, known among the scientists as a Paleolithic museum. Fossils of many animals were found there, which had lived in the steppes of today’s Risovaca hill during the last ice age.
The Resavska cave is located in eastern Serbia, in the area of Upper Resava, some 20km from the town of Despotovac. It sits in the limestone hill of Babina Glava, on the fringe of the Divljakovac karst field, and on the altitude of 485m. . It is one of the oldest caves in the country, since the research indicates it dates back to the period before the great ice age. Here, the subterranean rivers had cut their path in the limestone terrain 80 million years ago, while the creation of the cave ornaments commenced around 45 million years ago.
The Stopica cave is located on the northeastern side of the Zlatibor Mountain, under the road Uzice-Sirogojno. It is 30km far from Uzice, and only few kilometers from the major road Belgrade-Podgorica. .
The Rajkova cave is a protected speleological locality, which along with its surrounding represents a geo-park in eastern Serbia, in the vicinity of the town of Majdanpek. There is an asphalt road leading to it, through the forests of oak, maple and beech, along the banks of the river Mali Pek and the artificial lake Veliki Zaton. This cave was discovered in the late 19th century by famous Serbian scientist Jovan Cvijic, but first tourists only got to take a stroll through it in 1975.
The Potpecka cave is one of five in Serbia that are prepared for tourist visits, and it represents the monument of nature and most significant speleological locality in western Serbia, near the town of Uzice. The entrance to the Potpecka cave is one of the biggest such entrances in the Balkans, fascinating in its monumental appearance. It has the looks of a horse shoe in the limestone cliff, being 50m high, while it is 12m wide at the bottom and twice as that near the top.
The Marble cave is located in the village of Gadimlje, municipality of Lipljan in Kosmet, 20km south of Pristina and 360km from Belgrade. So far some 1,260 meters of its canals has been explored, while less than half a kilometer is accessible for tourist visits. Inaccessible passages are the main reason for the slow process of exploration of the only cave in this part of Europe that has the ornaments formed in marble. The cave is made of marble cliffs, emerged as the metamorphosis of limestone, which is a rare natural phenomenon.
If there is anything that nature was generous with in Serbia, then those are mineral springs and karst areas, but only part of that abundance has been ordered and available for tourists. It does not, however, diminish the notion that our country is one of the rare with such natural characteristics. When caves and sinkholes are at issue, their number in Serbia has been estimated to one thousand, and one of them is the Ceremosnja cave.
Zlotska or Lazareva cave in Serbia, in vicinity of the town of Bor, known for the copper mine, has been opened for visitors, after the research and finding of new tunnels by an international expedition. It is assumed that the cave stretches for more than 40km, but at the moment the travel through time is only possible on some ten kilometers.