Caves, Speleological Potential of Turkey
one third of Turkey is underlain by carbonate rocks. The
intense karstification is spread almost all over Turkey.
It is found particularly in the regions of the Taurus Mountain
Range, in Northwest Anatolia, in Konya closed basin and
in Southeastern Anatolia. Karstification is present both
at high altitudes (over 2000 m.) and also it is known to
exist at elevations below the sea level, such as Ovacik
submarine springs, Kas - Kalkan submarine springs and the
Mediterranean region coastal springs.
Turkey is thoroughly located in the Mediterranean sector
of the Alpine orogenic belt. The Alpine orogeny and the
following epirogenic movements in Turkey have been
important factors in karstification.
According to Eroskay and Günay (1979), four karst
regions can be differentiated in Turkey Taurus region, Central
Anatolia region Southern Anatolia region, and Northwest
Anatolia and Thrace region.
Region: This is the most important and largest karst
region in Turkey. Taurus mountain ridges can be identified
as the Alp's extension in Anatolia. It begins at the Aegean
coast, continues through northeast of the Mediterranean
sea to Iran and over eastern Anatolia. In this region between
the Mediterranean coast and central Anatolia the width of
carbonate units is mostly 200 km along the Taurus mountains,
and the peaks of the sharp limestone hills are as high as
2500-3000 meters. The stratigraphy of the region contains
different units from Cambrian to recent age. There are some
parotocton metamorphits. Mesozoic limestones and dolomites
occur in over 1000 m. thick layers. The evolution of the
ophiolitic melange in the Late Cretaceous exists as an impervious
base or cover according to the stratigraphical and structural
position of the carbonate units. Important caves mostly
exist along these contact lines.
Central Anatolia Region:
Central Anatolian region, which is located in the north
of Taurus belt, seems a typical closed basin, morphologically
bounded with high mountains. The average elevation is around
1200 m. The recrystallized hard limestones of Jurrasic and
Crataceous age, which bounded the basin on the south and
west, are the extension of Taurus. The ophiolite settlement
in the late Crataceous overlies the older carbonate units.
The Neogene units, which cover large areas in the basin,
are mostly on ophiolitic basement. Sometimes they are in
contact with older limestones. Neogene limestone is locally
called as Obruk limestone. The collapsed dolines in the
basin which are called obruk, are the typical karst features.
Anatolia Region: Considering the regional geology
at the south of the Taurus belt, marginal folds and stable
platforms units have been differentiated. In the marginal
folds belt, karst has been developed mostly in the Midyat
limestone of Eocen age. Gercüs or older impervious
units underlie the Midyat limestone, as Korudag uplift.
Sometimes carbonates of Mardin group of Cretaceous age crop
out. Stable platform units are located at the south of marginal
folds. It is the typical plateau-shaped smooth area of southeast
Anatolia. In these region, large caves like the Taurus belt
Northwest Anatolia and Thrace Region:
In these region, limestone blocks covers limited areas when
compared with other regions. In the Thrace part, Eocen limestone
which lies along the southern margin of Istranca massif,
Aegean part, Permian- Mesozoic limestones which overlie
the older metamorphic massifs and Western Black Sea part
Jurassic-Cretaceous flysch formations are important karstic
Extracted from Günay - Eroskay (1979).
Turkish Cave Research Association
Cave Research Association" has been established on
April 1964. Activities has been carried under basic principles
and aims such as general research, classification, scientific
studies and touristic visits. Between the years 1964 - 1980
while representation of Turkey has been made at the international
speleology platforms, also research activities has been
undertaken with the French, Italian and English. In the
meantime, as the Association we have participated in the
activities carried at Cennet, Cehennem, Insuyu, Narlikuyu,
Damlatas and Yalandünya caves to be opened to tourism.
After 1980, researches were made with more weight given
to the sports side of caving. During this term, more than
fifty caves have been taken under research, maps have been
prepared and the majority of these researches and activities
has been published in the Association's bulletin. Furthermore,
these activities have been made public through the exhibitions
and meeting, conferences and with this aim, together with
the Turkish Radio Television-TRT - Documentary of the Turkish
Caves; Altinbesik, Indere, Tulumtas caves documentary programmes
has been prepared. Right now, activities are being carried
at the Central Taurus mountain region range.
Directorate of the Institute of Mineral
Cave Research Project, operating since 1979 under the Directorate
of the Institute of Mineral Research (M.T.A.), has completed
the study of 150 caves of various sizes, despite shortages
in personnel and equipment. The goal of the project is to
determine the economical potential of caves rather than
discovering the largest ones. The other aim is to form an
inventory of Turkish caves.In accordance with the goals
mentioned above, most of the research is concentrated in
touristical areas or in karstic regions affected by water
Bosphorus University, Cave Research
is a club formed by the students of the university. Activities
are pursued on both sportive and scientific aspects of speleology
for over 16 years. Though their study focuses mostly on
the Zonguldak - Kastamonu region. They are also exploring
and surveying caves in other regions of Turkey. Until now,
over 80 unknown caves are explored.
Caves for Professional Caver Groups
The cave is located near Ürünlü Village,
7 km from Ibradi Village in Akseki - Antalya. From Antalya
to Ibradi you can go through highway. The way between Ibradi
and Ürünlü is stabilized. You can also arrive
to cave by a 5 km. away from village to Manavgat River.
The water which comes from Büyükdüden, Oruçdüdeni
and Feyzullah Düdeni is discharged to Manavgat River
by Altinbesik Cave.The examined part of cave is 2200 m.
The cave begins with a lake from the entrance. The lake's
length is 125 m. The depth of cave reaches 15 m. in some
parts. In the mid part of lake there is a natural bridge.
First lake ends at the nearly vertical travertine barrier
which has 44 m. height. There are also 2 lakes on the travertine.
After the travertene the cave goes with 3 branches and the
active branch was examined up to a hole of 8 m. height.
The cave was covered with travertene and fissures completely,
except the fossil branch. Main conduit is supposed be at
the end of first lake.
The sinkhole is located at the southwest margin of Akseki
Polje. It could be reached by the Pathway from the fourth
km. of Akseki - Bucakkisla main road. The sinkhole has many
lakes and it ends with a siphon. Total depth of the cave
is -155 m.
It is at the near vicinity of Cevizli town which is located
on Beysehir - Akseki road. It was the deepest cave of Turkey
until 1989 (-300m). Water spring seasons
It is possible to reach Kocain Cave by Karatas - Camiliköy
- Ahirtas Village road which is branched from Burdur-Antalya
highway at least 20 km away from Antalya city. The cave
is on the 45 km. north of Antalya at Indag Mountain. It
is a huge chamber (600 m in length. 50-60 m in height).
The entrance diameter of the cave is 35x70 m. Kocain Cave
has also prehistorical traces from Roman times.
Biyikli is one of the biggest sinkhole in Turkey. It is
to the Biyikli Village at 30km north of Antalya city. The
water which sinks in Biyikli, emerges the from Kirkgöz
springs located at 2.5km northwest of sinkhole. The water
sink in the siphon is remerges from Varsak doline which
is located 15km southeast.
The cave is located at the neighborhood of Oymapinar Dam
on Manavgat river. It is found by coincidence in the gallery
excavations. The cave is active and has a total length of
7 km. It is the largest known cave in Turkey which is formed
MOLLA DELIGI CAVE
Molla Deligi cave is located at the eastern Side of Tahtali
Mountain (West of Kemer Town). Cave includes several horizontal
passages.There is a siphon at the end of main passage. The
other passages are narrow.Total length of the cave is 549
m. It is an active cave in wet seasons due to water level
Ayvaini is located at the vicinity of Ayva Village (Bursa).
It is an active river cave. It is possible to enter the
cave from Doganalan entrance with -17km descend and exit
from another point which is at 1 km southwest. of Ayva Village.
The cave includes many lakes, in spite of increasing water
it can be passed even at spring time.
It is situated at the 11km. west of the Yenisarbademli town
of Isparta. It can be reached through Yenisarbademli or
Egirdir - Yenice. It is now the longest cave of Turkey with
its length of 12 km. which was reached in 1991. It is one
of the most important caves the world its height exceeding
+60 m. (survey is not completed) It has active passages
and cascades. Water temperature is extremely low (+4 -5
Incesu cave system is situated at 7 km. south of Taskale
town 45 km. far from Karaman province in southeast direction.
The site is arrivable by all means of transportation facilities.
The system is formed by two continuous separate caves. The
horizontally extending caves are richfull with stalactive
and stalagmite formations. One can follow an underground
river in wet seasons from Incesu cave (1356 m.) to Asarini
cave (750 m.) despite it has been closed by collapsed blocks.
Hislayik Cave is in Ayranci town of Karaman city. It is
descended to an underground river with a 26m pit. The cave
is separated to the two side to left and right. Each passage
is starting with the siphon and continues with siphons.
The exploration of this cave continues. Total length of
the cave is 260m till the 1990.
The cave is situated in Sarpunalinca quarter of Senlik Village
of Devrekani near Küre District of Kastamonu Province.
It is reached through Küre - Sarpunalinca forest road.
The cave drain water accumulated in Sarpunalinca district.
The cave is totally horizontal and has a length of 662 m.
An underground stream passes through the cave along a joint
plane. It has a nice camp site near entrance.
The cave is located in Derebucak village borders in Cide
- Kastamonu. Once can reach the cave by walking approximately
5 hours from Derebucak to the NE direction.
The total length is 860m. and depth is -250m. The cave
has two parts: horizontal part is fossil and the vertical
part is active. Water cisterns and leftovers of houses from
Roman - Byzantium period can be found at the entrance of
cave. Also you can find a way, which is established from
24 spiral and covered with hand made stone, at the beginning
of vertical part. By taking this way, one can reach a pit
whose depth is 52m. and diameter is 30m. After this you
can reach a siphon whose floor is covered with travertine
and very nice formations look like chandelier.
It is hard to access to some branches because of their
elevations from main passage. In these parts ornamentations
are protected up to today. The technical equipment is required
in the vertical part.
The cave is located at 5-6 km SW of Sarpdere Village of
Demirköy, Kirklareli. One can arrive at cave with jeep
The cave has 3 entrances. The total length is 3200 m. The
first 1000m. from the entrance is active. The fountain originated
from the cave, is establishing Rezve River. This river is
also the border between Turkey and Bulgaria. One of the
entrance is Dupnisa Dolin entrance. The second entrance
is dry cave. Dry cave begins with two different entrances
one of them is 363m and the other one is 456m. The third
entrance called Kiz Cave and begins with a slope of 60 degree.
The side branches of cave is fossil and the main system
is active. In the cave there is a hole which has dimensions
The cave is located with in the borders of Çamlik
Village and Derebucak district in Beysehir - Konya you can
arrive at cave by stabilized way, branched from 45 km of
Konya - Beysehir - Üzümlü - Manavgat. The
cave is situated 5 km far from Çamlik and 6 km from
Derebucak. It is also 3 km northwest of Körükini
and Suluin caves.
Total length of cave is 1830m. and has two entrance from
düden and fountain. The entrance, which is closer to
the way, draws the water of little uvala and run
down 2km south, from a cracked valley border, slope of Uzunsu
river side. Balatini Cave is developed from two different
levels, are an top of the other. The fossil branch surface
of upper level is completely covered with cave clay and
ended with the statue Room filled with the little statues
made by the visitors. The lower level is the main gallery
which contains the water. You can go through the gallery
by foot when the level of water decreases. The three small
pool, can be, passed by transition technique or by boat.
The Statue Room and the natural rock sculptures are worth
to be seen.
The cave is located 500m south-west of Çamlik Village
in Beysehir-Konya. It can be arrived by stabilized way.The
total length of cave is 1250m. and Uzunsu River is passing
from inside of Körükini Cave after leawing the
cave Uzunsu River pass from Degirmen Valley and reaches
to Degirmenini Cave. The cave is completely active so that
to pass the river, especially the parts where is waterfalls
between rock blocks, and to use boat needs experimentation.
Summer and autumn is more adviesable to enter the cave.
In spring, it may be dangerous because of water and siphons.
SULUIN (DEGIRMENINI) CAVE
The cave is located 500m. south-west of Çamlik Village
in Beysehir-Konya. It can be arrived by stabilized way.After
leaving the Körükini Cave, Uzunsu River pass from
Degirmen Valley, whose length is 100m, and reaches to Degirmenini
Cave. The river, passes between huge rock blocks occuring
waterfalls while the cave goes as very wide and high gallery
and after 150m. it reaches to Büyük Lake. It goes
150m. with lake and then with an entrance which has a hight
of 30m., the cave reachs to earth. The depth of lake is
high and can be passed by boat easily.
It is near to Seydisehir Town of Konya City. The cave could
be reached through Seydisehir, Süleymaniye Village
and Mortas road. It is a vertical cave which has 303m. total
The cave is at Susuz Village which is between Seydisehir-Mortas.
This active cave has two entrance which are a narrow horizontal
hole and vertical (-60m) pit. Its length is 2000m. The cave
need boat through the all seasons. Especially in the spring
it could be dangerous to pass without experiance in active
On the camp side, it is difficult to find the water. That's
why it is adviced to bring extra water from Susuz Village.
One can reach to cave from Konya-Beysehir-Seydisehir through
the Mortas Aluminium Company.The total length is 1650m.
and depth is 65m. it is located south-west slope of Tinaztepe.
The cave is developed from two parts fossil and active.
If one will go to fossil part in spring,have to pass 5 lakes
by boat. In autumn the level of water decreases so that
the same gallery can be passed by foot. After the last lake
the cave reaches to Great Hall with a descend of 30m. This
hall is ended with a lake.
Tinaztepe Sinkhole is located beneath the Tinaztepe Cave.
The total length of sinkhole is 1550m. and depth is -150m.
The water falls down to düden during the year. With
a vertical pits of 20m. one can enter the cave from the
side of waterfall.
The Pinarbasi Cave is in Pinarbasi Village located at south-west
part of Kizilova Polje at the south of Beysehir Lake. The
cave is mostly horizontal. A karstic spring is discharged
from the cave. There are many lakes and siphons in the cave.
There are many lakes and siphons in the cave. On the other
hand cave is very rich of dripstone formations.
BÜYÜK DÜDEN CAVE
The cave is in Derebucak district of Konya Province. It
is at the 18th km. in the direction of Ibradi from Derebucak
after Konya-Beysehir-Derebucak road, and it is situated
at the west side of Kembos Plain.
Kembos Plain with a width of 1km and a length of 15km drains
the snow water melting in the spring and especially the
water accumulated here via Uzunsu Creek by means of Feyzullah
sinkhole, another chasm. Water sinking from these points
is added to Manavgat Creek by passing through Altinbesik
Düdensuyu Cave. Although the cave does not have a touristic
importance, it is important regarding the speleological
aspect. There exists numerous lakes, big halls and siphons
in this sinkhole which has a length of 714 meters.
FEYZULLAH DÜDENI (SINKHOLE)
That sinkhole is very close to Derebucak Village of Beysehir
Town. That active sinkhole drained Gembos Polje at spring
It is situated at Göksu Valley. It is opened to outside
with many inlets. The hall is reached through a active gallery
of 100 meters from the lower inlet or by walking for 75
meters from the upper fossil dry inlet. The hall begins
with a travertine offering an extraordinary beauty
and functioning as a bridge on the underground creek. The
base of the hall, which has a height of 60 meters and a
length of 70 meters, is covered with a ther Göksu under
the travertine formations of the area is 500m. long and
where the water sinks the cave ends with a siphon. At the
exit mouth of the cave, a part of Göksu river comes
out of the cave. While it makes a marvelous natural miracle
and Göksu river than continues rest its with deep and
It is situated at Ballica village which is about 5km. away
from the district of Pazar town of the province of Tokat.
The cave is located on the side of Indere valley and starts
with a fossil opening at the height of 1180 meters. General
morphologic constitution shows large halls created as a
result of collapses and connected to each other with passages.
Especially at the hall with bats and the hall following,
the floor of the halls are not clear because of guano which
covers the collapsed blocks. In order to be able reach to
these halls, vertical speology technics must be used (there
are 10m. and 7m. length descents).
Inside the cave which has almost completed its development
process and especially at the large hall there are many
interesting structures such as columns with lengths over
10 meters, travertines with like mushroom caps, and what
is more important are the onion like structures with sizes
starting from 30cm up to 7 meters. Furthermore, a very spread
bat population could be seen. On the other hand, the entrance
of the cave is not protected by any way and means and so
necessary action must be taken for proper protection against
any harm which could come from people around or people visiting
It is situated on the road at Üzülmez district
at the 4th km. of Zonguldak way of Zonguldak-Ankara highway.
Water coming out of the cave drains into the Üzülmez
Creek. It is entered out of a huge fossil inlet through
the rock blocks. The siphon is reached after 250 meters
by walking. Although the siphon has a length of 10 meters,
it can be passed especially in summer. After this point,
the cave continues as two branches in the direction of water
entrance along with the extremely beautiful formations.
The cave continuing for 1200 meters and ends with a sediment
filling. (The port after this point is not known, yet.)
While the creeks and inner lakes are passed easily by walking,
sudden flood occurs during big rains. Because of this danger,
it is proper to enter this cave in summer and autumn.
KIZIL ELMA CAVE
The cave which is situated in Kizil Elma quarter of Ayiçi
Village of Gelik District of Zonguldak Province can easily
be reached by cars. Water of Aydin Creek and Büyük
Ay Creek sinks at the active inlet. The cave is entered
through the fossil inlet (30x10m.) located at the upper
part, and after 100 meters water is met. The cave continue
horizontally together with the water. After the first 100
meters, it is possible to go by creeping for 400 meters,
a siphon of 10 meters exists. This siphon can be passed
in the Autumn. The gallery in the cave has great dimensions
after the siphon. At the 3200th m. of the cave which continues
as a single active gallery basically, there is a chimney
with the height of 80 meters which is enough to illuminate
the lake at the base.The cave continuing 3 kms along with
the lakes ends with the 2nd siphon. The researches related
with some branches and the last siphon in the cave has not
been concluded, yet. It has been determined via the researches
carried out by paint experiments that the sunk water appears
in Cumayani Cave after 2 kms. Thus, the total length of
the underground system (Kizilelma-Cumayani) reaches to 10kms.
Once, it was the longest cave system of Turkey. However,
when it has been discovered that Pinargözü Cave
has a length of 12 kms in 1991, this cave has been placed
in the 2nd order. Its siphons, areas of cripping, lakes
and funnel of 80 meters are the characteristics, or perhaps
the most exciting aspects of the cave. As there is a danger
of flood in the rainy periods, the season and the weather
forecast should be taken into consideration while entering
It is situated in Cumayani quarter at 3 kms. distance from
Çatalagzi district of Zonguldak province.
It forms the outlet of Kizilelma-Cumayani underground water
system. It is opened to outside with many inlets. The hall
is reached through a active gallery of 100 meters from the
lower inlet or by walking for 75 meters from the upper fossil
dry inlet. The hall begins with a travertine offering an
extraordinary beauty and functioning as a bridge on the
underground creek. The base of the hall, which has a height
of 60 meters and a length of 70 meters, is covered with
a thick sand layer and ends with a siphon. Upon going in
the direction of water entrance to the left of the travertine,
the siphon is reached in the direction of Kizilelma Cave.
A boat is necessary in this gallery.
As flood occurs in the rainy periods or at the times of
a sudden rain, there exists a danger of life. Because of
this, one should be careful.
It is at 1km. distance from Çayirköy which is
3kms. north of Güdüllü Village at the 10th
km. of Zonguldak-Çaycuma road.
Sofular and Egridere streams sinks at Çayirköy
Cave inlet, continues underground for 1004 meters and drains
from Çayirköy. The inlet begins with a vertical
fall of approximately 30 meters and then reaches to the
siphon. The siphon can hardly be passed at the times when
the water level is low. After this point, the cave continues
horizontally together with the lakes, and there exists a
deep lake at the end of it.
It is a cave situated in the city of Zonguldak province
at the sea coast at the 15th km of Kilimli road.
The entry to the cave with a total length of 800m is made
from the fossil inlet facing the sea. After a hole one man
can hardly pass at the 50th meter it continues sporadically
with fossils and rich formations and sporadically with an
underground creek. There exists a siphon at the 400th meter,
and it can be distinguished by walking in the period when
water is drawn. From here, it ends with the siphon after
Mencilis cave is near Bulak village of Karabük town
of Zonguldak city. It takes probably 1 hour from village
to the cave by walking. The cave has two entrance. The first
of them has water discharge and ends with a siphon 30m beyond
cave entrance. The second entrance is on the neighbor gorge
of the camp place and that part is inactive. Mencilis cave
whose total length is 2725m has four vertical pit which
are 3,5,11 and 15m. in deep. Inactive section has a main
and a secondary passage which called "Fareli Kol".
To be reached to the active passage after descending 11m
pit. The most beautiful part of cave is in that part. The
delicate travertine formations of upstream hall and the
15m high downstream cascade are worth to be seen.
Hizar cave is close to Safranbolu town of Zonguldak city.
It is a horizontal and inactive cave. It has a big entrance
and a big channel which has three passage. There is a lake
shape siphon at the secondary passage of the first passage.
There is a water discharge from a siphon which is at 50m
down altitude from cave entrance. It is jointed to that
part with a vertical pit.
Caves Foreseen to be Evaluated in
As a result of a research made by the Ministry of Tourism,
studies have been carried on the caves in the Mediterranean
and Aegean sea costs and sketches have been made out.
These caves have been evaluated within the frame of closeness
to heavy tourism centres, within daily trip distances (places
which could be reached within two hours), having interesting
morphological conditions and the conditions of road and
transportation. Within these evaluations, the caves which
carry the required qualifications are as listed below:
||Near city club
|Dim (Gavurini) Cave
||Yukari Çamarasi village
List of caves that have already been studied
Kirkgöz (Mevlana) Cave, Dupnisa Cave System
Biyikli Düdeni Cave, Kurudere I-II Caves, Karanlik
Güvercinlik Cave, Yarimburgaz Caves, Güvercinlik
Cukuru Cave, Sile Sea Cave, Varsak Cave, Ikigöz Cave,
Güvercinlik Düdeni Cave, Ayvaini Cave, Çayirönü
Cave, Gavurini Cave, Koyungöbedi Cave, Ikizce Cave,
Ardiçpinar Cave, Yaraligöz Cave, Ilica Pinar
Cave, Kaplikaya Cave, Damlatas Cave, Tenekeli Düdeni
Cave, Karagöl Düdeni Cave, Kafakiran Obrugu Cave,
Mavi Cave, Gökgöl Cave, Kapatas Sea Cave, Inagzi
Cave, Asiklar Cave, Kizilelma Cave, Fosforlu Cave, Cumayani
Cave, Karain Cave, Iliksu Cave, Geyikbayiri Cave, Sofular
Cave, Küçükdipsiz Cave, Çayirköy
Cave, Büyükdipsiz Cave, Mencilis (Atçiini)
Cave, Peynirdeligi Cave, Hizar Cave, Papazkayasi Cave, Çökertme
Cave, Konakalti Cave, Kilise Cave, Derya Cave, Balkaya Cave,
Köpek ini Cave, Ilgarini Cave, Kavaz ini Cave, Sorgun
Kuylucu Cave, Bidon Cave, Döngelyani Kuylucu Cave,
Arlan ini Cave, Topmeydani Kuylucu Cave, Akbel Cave, Kapakli
Kuylucu Cave, Türbe Düdeni Cave, Küre Cave,
Katranliyayla Düdeni Cave, Sarpunalinca Cave, Çivgus
Cave, Hokurdan Cave, Arpalik Cave, Karlik Cave, Divle Bogasi
Cave, Uluyayla Düdeni Cave, Karadelik Cave, Çoyurmatepe
I-II-III-IV-V Caves, Incirliin Cave, Yukari Döngelyani
Kuylucu Cave, Yavu Cave, Küçük Çikrikkapi
Kuylucu Cave, Degirmenlikdere Cave, Ürkülük
Kuylucu Cave, Çamlica Cave, Ayakkabi Çukuru
Cave, Asirli Ada Cave, Arpatarlasi ini Cave, Kaklik Cave,
Esekçukuru, Cave Alabelen Cave, Suini Cave Molla
Deligi Cave, Medil I-II Cave Suluin Cave , Çingir
Kuyusu Cave, Tepearasi Cave,
Alicli Agil Cave, Arili Cave Asarönü Ören
Cave, Kartalkaya Cave, Ayiini Cave, K.Ardiçli Cave,
Karçukuru Cave, Ardiçli Cave, Tepekli Cave,
Üçbacali Cave, Delikbelen Cave, Kabanbasi Cave
Karacain Cave, Arsa Cave Turunçpinari Cave, Köprübasi
Cave Güroluk Cave, Karaca Cave , Tasbasi Cave, Ikisu
Cave, Yagdeligi Cave, Ambela Cave Memeliin Cave, Altintas
Cave, Karabelen Cave, Tasbasi Cave, Zeynepini Cave, Üstüaçik
Cave, Inönü Cave, Yaylim Cave, Çene Cave,
Inönü Cave, Karakavuk Cave, Geremezini Cave, Armelli
Cave, Mamatlar Cave, Mahalbasi Cave, Cingora Cave, Karadiken
Cave, K.Cingora Cave, Gelme Çingirek Cave, Karsi
Cave, Asarini Cave, Köroglu Cave, Keçibükü
Cave, Çimagil Cave, Peynirli Düdeni Cave
Güvercinlik Cave, Gümüsbalta Cave, Peyynirini
Kargaini Cave, Temirözü Cave, Güvercinini
Cave, Inega Cave, Yatagan Cave, Agil Cave, Marmaris Sea
Cave, Hamambogazi Cave, Karaada Cave, Tuluntas Cave, Turunç
Cave, Abdulselam Tepesi Cave
Lömbürdekini Cave, Narkuyu Dilek Cave
Obruk Cave, Durubey Cave, Yalandünya Cave
Meydancikkale Cave, Indere Cave, Bugu Cave
Ashab-i Kehf Cave, Yaprakli-Subasi Düdeni Caves, Zindan
Dipsizi Obrugu Cave
Cennet Cave, Balatini Cave, Cehennem Obrugu Cave,
Mastialti Cave (Dedetarlasi), Zindan Cave, Körükini
Cave (Degirmenini), Kuz Cave, Asmacini Cave, Sorgun Cave,
Gerikini Cave, Göllü Cave, Çocukattiklari
Cave, Salur Cave, Soldere Cave, Karatepe Ösekçi
Cave, Biçakci Cave, Akardonar Cave, Felengi Cave,
Degirmenönü Cave, Gürlevik Cave, Ayiini Cave,
Hislayik Cave, Inönü Cave, Ferzene Cave, Peynirini
Cave, Akpinar Cave, Delikönü Cave, Oruç
Düdeni Cave, Intepe Cave, Çatdere Düdeni
Cave, Güvercinlik Cave, Karasinir I Cave, Yayla Obrugu
Cave, Güvercinlik I Cave, Kapikaya Cave, üvercinlik
II Cave, Damlatas Cave, Susuz (Güvercinini) Cave, Kocakir
Cave, Tinaztepe Cave, Kapizini Cave, Fasih Cave, Suini Cave,
Güvercinlik Cave, Belbasi Cave, Sismanin Cave, Culakini
Cave, Aritasi Cave, Erenler Cave, Seycagizi Cave, Taskapi
Cave, Handos Cave, Kadi Deligi Cave, Yerköprü
Cave, Sahne Cave, Isikini Cave, Uluborlu Obrugu Cave, Karatepe
Ösekçi Cave, Pinargözü Cave, Mezarbasi
Cave, Çeyiz Cave, Güzelsu Düdeni Cave,
Tesbili Cave, Çirali ini Cave
Büyük Düden Cave, Inlik Düdeni Cave,
Feyzullah'in Düdeni Cave, Ciyak Deligi Cave, Sakaltutan
Düdeni Cave, Kizlar Keleri Cave, Asar Cave, Hacilar
Keleni Cave, Kirkmetre Obrugu Cave, Koyunasagi Tepesi Dipsizi
Cave, Imali Obrugu Cave, Karagedik Dipsizi Cave, Ürküten
I Obrugu Cave, Çini Göl Deligi Cave, Ürküten
II Obrugu Cave, Tahir Tepesi Dipsizi Cave, Dünekdilsi
Gölcük Obrugu Cave, Harput Buzluk Cave, Cobanoglu
Sabir Obrugu Cave, Döngel Cave, It Cukuru Cave
Keçi Obrugu Cave, Cin Cave, Dibektasi Düdeni
Cave, Yel Cave, Kar ini Cave, Culfa Keleri I-II Cave, Mart
Cukur Deligi Caves, I-II-III Camliköy Subatani Cave,
Evreagac Düdeni Cave, Sütlük Subatani Cave,
Oluk Düdeni Cave, Adamkafali Deligi Cave, Geven Esigi
Cave, Yilanyurt Subatani Cave, Sakal Tutan Deligi Cave
Iki Agizli Obruk Cave, Ayvacik Düdeni Cave, Sultan
Obrugu Cave, Ödemis Subatani Cave, Diyrekdibi Obrugu
Cave, Inkaya Cave, Cula Obrugu Cave, Üçkuyu
Cave, Sedirdibi Obrugu Cave, Osmanin Cave, Kizlar Obrugu
Cave, Direkli Cave, Persenek Obrugu Cave, Dereçali
Cave, Kapali Düden Cave, Küçükpinar
Cave, Peynir Obrugu Cave, Baspinar Cave, Deri Obrugu Cave,
Bayrakçi I Cave, Küçük in Cave,
Bayrakçi II Cave
Kurudag Cave, Altinbesik Cave, Sütini Cave, Kocadüden
Cave, Sugözü Cave, Kocain Cave, Magaraönü
Cave, Küçükoruk Cave, Asik Ali Cave, Kocaoruk
Cave, Güvercinlik Cave, Mahrumçali Cave, Andon
Bogazi Cave, Dedetepe Dipsizi I Cave, Korudag I-II Cave,
Dedetepe Dipsizi II Cave, Nalkiran Cave, Agillica Cave,
Aslanini Cave, Uluçukur Cave, Üçkuyu
Cave, Sogukdelik Cave, Otomatik Tepe Cave, Kadipinari Cave,
Zevs Cave, Hocasalma Cave, Güvercinlik Cave, Dim Cave
Çimenini Cave, Sirtlanini Cave, Sugözü
Korsanini Cave, Çüngüs Cave, Yatak Yeri
Deligi Caves, I-II-III Iskender-i Birkilin Cave, Karanlik
Sokak Deligi Cave
Cula Deligi Cave, Incesu Cave, Kaklik Cave, Asarini Cave,
Degirmenlik Cave, Kizlarsarayi Cave, Çaldami Deligi
Cave, Kocain Cave, Cevizli Gölet Düdeni Cave,
Marospolo Cave, Bayram Yuvasi Düdeni Cave
Sarniç Düdeni Cave, Kizilin Cave, Ayiotu Düdeni
Cave, Agzi Yarikin Cave, Karaagaçli Düdeni Cave
Bekçi Tasi Düdeni Cave, Düden Su Cave,
Cevizdibi Düdeni Cave
Pinarli Düdeni Cave, In Cave, Kaklik Dagi Dibi Deligi
Cave, Çaltepe Cave, Civik Obrugu Cave, Buzluk Cave,
Akdag Düdeni Cave
Sirtköy Cave, Ovakent Dipsizi Cave, Yarasa Cave, Çin
Kuyusu Cave, Tilkiler Cave
Tabak I Cave, Insuyu Cave, Tabak II Cave, Aydaliktasi Cave,