Yenesu Cave is located in the Vize-Balkaya village.



There is no exact information about the formation of the cave.


There is no official preservation measures for Yenesu Cave.

Area Descriptions

Yenesu Cave is the third largest cave in Thrace. The interior views of Yenesu are extremely beautiful which covered with stalactites, stalagmites, columns, walls and stalactite pools. Stalactite pool and these figures give an air of magic to the cave.
Yenesu Cave is located at the 20 km northwest of the Vize town and 2 km from the Balkaya village. Total length of 1620 m, consists of two branches in different developmental stages and levels. Debris at the entrance hall connects the main gallery to the active part of the cave. Continuous flow in this section can be seen and the depth is ranging from 0.5 -1.5 meters at numerous stalactite pools.

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Project: Green corridors - promotion of natural, cultural and historical heritage in the region of Burgas and Kirklareli. Grant Contract №РД-02-29-173/01.07.2011.

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