Underground adventure

Firstly, this is unique caving adventure in Croatia. Cave Modrič is 829 meters long and represents a real treasure of the underground world. In order to preserve the untouched nature, this cave is not open to public. Only limited number of small groups can enter the cave, thus it is unique caving experience.

Once we equip you with caving equipment, you are ready to enter the world of fantastic underground creations.
In the cave, you will see numerous stalactites, stalagmites and pillars in different shapes. The temperature all over the year is 17 – 18 °C.
Explore this underground beauty with our guide and enjoy unusual caving adventure.


Tour length: 3,5 hours

Tour difficulty: easy


3,5 hours

Start            Finish
09:30        13:00

1 person
Minimum number of participants per tour
12 persons
Maximum number of participants per tour


  • 10:00h meeting point at Rovanjska
  • 13:00h approximate time of return to Zadar
Pricing & Booking


  • 24 per person (180 HRK)

Price Includes

  • speleologist guide
  • gear rental (special suit, helmet, lights)
  • cave entrance fee


  • transfer to and from tour meeting point

Additional Info

  • meeting point: Rovanjska
  • you will receive booking confirmation voucher over e-mail within 12 hours
  • complete operator information, including local telephone numbers at your destination, are included on your confirmation voucher


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This cave is the longest one on the coast. A speleologist who was looking for a shelter from a strong wind discovered it accidentally. There are two main channels in the cave; however, only one of them is open to public. The other contains fossil remains of a man from Bronze Age and remains of a cave bear. Luckily, the cave is preserved in its natural state. That is why only small groups can visit it.


Rovanjska is located 30km from Zadar in a beautiful bay. In the vicinity of this charming village there are so many interesting places you should visit while you're there - canyon of river Zrmanja, National Park Paklenica, mountain Velebit. All of these places offer not only beautiful nature but also different activities for dynamic vacation.


Mineral called calcite is building material of stalactites and stalagmites. When water drips through a cave ceiling it produces stalactites. For this reason they hang from the ceiling. On the other hand, stalagmite is an upward-growing formation. It is produced when water drips on the floor of the cave. Stalactites and stalagmites often have most unusual, artistic shapes.