It is located below and East of “SarantaKamares”. The entrance is hard to find at the base of the northern slopes of the plateau of Naoussa.
The access to the main area of the cave is through a descending corridor of 8 m. long going South, which is carved with a width and height of 1 m. and has columns as if it was a mine gallery. It rests obscure as to what was the form of the entrance before being carved. The main cave has a corridor form of 30 m. long and a direction from the West to the East. A narrow passage in the middle of the corridor divides it to the eastern room and the western corridor. The eastern room at which leads the portico entrance, has a length of 15 m., a width of 6 m. and a height of 1-3 m. In the middle of it, the ground rises by 2 m. as a loft surface of 5 x 4 m. The eastern end of the room consists of an oblong limpid lake 8 m. long and 1-3 m. deep, of which both ends are drains – the eastern one 2 m. deep and the western 1.5 m., deep. These drains have never been explored. There is a slow flow from the West to the East. Probably, they end up in water sources located outside of the stream, 70 m. East, in the natural extension of the cave. In the western part of the room, there is a smaller lake of 2 x 2 m. with the same flow. There is no possibility of diving there.
Moving West, the room ends but, after climbing a height of 2 m., the narrow passage mentioned above, with a diameter of 0.5 m, is found, leading to the second area of the cavern, the western corridor. It has no lakes and its western end gradually narrows and closes. It has a length of 12 m., a width of 3-2 m. and a height of 1-2 m. In the middle of the floor there is a large rectangular section of looting excavation, while traces of other smugglers and treasure-diggers are found in the cave, like digging tools and a sieve. The carving and arrangement of the entrance are probable their own works too.
The cave is part of the bed of an underground river, which is active and visible in the eastern hall, while the western corridor is obviously the old river bed, the river now passing below. The completion of the exploration demands cavediving in the two drains. The western one, albeit narrower, have better prospects of continuation.
The diver, after traveling an underwater course, will perhaps emerge into an uncharted cavern, of potentially significant dimensions and decoration. The eastern drain, as mentioned above, probably leads to nearby sources. The rock of the cave consists of plant fossils, and especially in the room there is an aggregation of several small trunks.
The decor here is moderate, but has not been looted because the cave is not well known. The fossils here are impressive.