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It is a small cave in sandstone. There are several inscriptions in its walls, some as old as the 16th century (nowadays is strictly forbidden) from lovers or just visitors.
They claim the water from a spring inside the cave has healing power.
Parked the car at the nearby information centre, via a tunnel it was a short walk to the cave.
After the cave we saw some more walking trails and followed 1 one of them.
tip:The car park athe the information centre costs €2,50. So park...More
We spent about 10 minutes here. It isn’t a cave, more just a hole in the cliff side with a spring gurgling out. If you are driving by, stop and check out the old inscriptions, but don’t make this the meat of your day.
Latvia is a beautiful country with a lot of amazing places to see, but we don't really have anything mind blowing, so in regards to caves you shouldn't really expect too much. You can walk 2 k from parking to the caves, its calm and...More