Resavska cave is one of the most important tourist caves in Serbia. It is located in eastern Serbia.
It is estimated that the cave is 80 million years old. It has four halls on two levels and the speleotmas are painted in red, yellow and white. The altitude at the entrance to the cave is 485 meters, and the lowest point is 405 meters. The cave symbol is a massive stalagmite, 20 m high and 12 m wide. After her appearance, she was called the Kip Mother with Child. The cave consists of 8 rooms.
Caves were discovered by local shepherds in 1962. After exploring for 10 years, the cave was officially opened to visitors on April 22, 1972.
Since 2010. Resavska cave of the members of the ISCA – International Cave Association. In 2017, it becomes the first hydrological monument with decorative light in Serbia.