Gokgol Magarasi33 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: Zonguldak Ankara Karayolu, Zonguldak Merkez, Zonguldak, Turkey
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 0372-2683231
- Ticket Price: 10 TRY
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Cave, Family And Kids
The place is merely three kilometres away from Zonguldak, in the eastern slope of the Ercek Creek and is known for drawing hordes of visitors every year. Gokgol is apparently the second longest cave in the city and is spread over an area of 3350 meters. The cave is divided into 4 quartets with many interconnected folds overlapping each other. You will find roads passing alongside a gallery which houses a large number of artefacts and items. The main attraction in the place though is The Great Depression hall where the side arms meet. Come here to check out the multi-coloured dripstone formations that are hard to find anywhere else. Those who are particularly interested in history and archaeology will find this cave very intriguing. Apart from that, there is a lot of material for them- such as formations, stalactites, and columns, to explore and learn about. A must-visit in the city!
Entrance Ticket Details For Gokgol Magarasi
- Adult- 10 TL
- Student- 5 TL
How to Reach Gokgol Magarasi
- By car or taxi
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Gokgol Magarasi Reviews & Ratings
Amazing and looks stunning with the lighting’s. Naturally formed caves are a treat to watch.
This is an incredible cave!!! I think it’s too underrated. A must visit for nature lovers. Amasing to see what mother earth can create. BEAUTIFUL!
Awesome place Very beautiful and attractive.
Lighting design should be better, amazing atmosphere, must-see place
Surprisingly not well marketed on the road and easy to drive straight past, which is a shame because it’s an awesome attraction! It’s a little dark, but that highlights the features which are given some incredible illumination. It is also, understandably, a little cold and damp ... so I would advise to wear a fleece even if it’s hot outside, and a visit to the bathroom before entering if cold temperatures and the sound of running water affects you as it does me! But well worth the time and effort to visit, and such great value for money.