Beauty in the ground : Dupnisa Cave
If you go to Kırklareli, you should definitely see the Dupnisa Cave. It is located 5-6 km southwest of Sarpdere Village in the town of Demirköy. The cave, where has three entrances, is located underground. Its total length is 3000 meters and its first 1000 meters are filled with water. There is also the spot in the cave where the source of the Rezve Stream which draws the border of Turkey and Bulgaria, rises. The name of the first gate of the cave is Dupnisa Dolin. The second one is the “Kuru Mağara” (dry cave), the third one is called the “Kız Mağarası” (maid cave). The deepest of these entrances is Dupnisa Dolin with a depth of more than 400 meters
Some information about Dupnisa Cave
One of the most beautiful features of Dupnisa is that it is the only cave where is open to tourism in Trakya region. The cave where the bats live, has a very scary atmosphere. The cave was opened for the first time in 2003. It was impossible to take place any visit here now.
Because there were no platforms to walk and walk around. But professional mountaineers could walk around. Later, with the work done by the Ministry of Tourism, it became a touristy area that everyone can visit. Walking corridors and lighting systems supported by platforms were built. Although the cave has a depth of 2,720 meters, only 500 meters can be visited. From this level only professional mountaineers can descend. I do not think anyone wonders about magma anyway..
Dupnisa Cave Entry Fee And Visiting Times
Cave entrance fee: Normal: 5 TL. – Student And Veterans: 3 TL.
The visit time of the cave form 8 AM to 5 PM. If you enter out of these hours, you may see that the lighting system is disabled. My recommendation is that you should not go in the evening because you can be attacked by scars like in horror movies.