Oziđana pećina cave
Oziđana pećina cave , a locality within the framework of the educational walking trail Stinice – Roški slap waterfall – Oziđana pećina cave, is a site of exceptional natural, cultural and historical significance.
Archaeological research has confirmed the presence in the cave of all the Neolithic cultures of the Adriatic region (Impresso, Danilo and Hvar cultures) and Eneolithic cultures, from the early to the middle Bronze Age. There is a record of continuous human presence in the cave from 6000 to 1500 B.C. An in situ archaeological collection has been put on display in the cave.
- Arrival from Bogatići Miljevački (Krka National Park parking lot), 500 m walking trail and 99
steps to Oziđana pećina
- Arrival from Roški slap; 517 wooden steps installed along the rock lead up to Oziđana pećina
- The cave is open to visitors from April to October, and during winter by appointment only