Situated 130 metres above the Mediterranean port town of Vela Luka on Kor?ula island, Croatia, Vela Spila cave has evidence of use from the Paleolithic 25,000 years ago. The elliptically shaped cavern measures 40m in length, 17m in height, and is approximately 30m wide. Forty two ceramic artefacts dating to the late Upper Palaeolithic period (17,500-15,000YA) are the only examples of ceramic figurative art in southeastern Europe from this period.


Photo gallery 2016: March, September

Photo gallery 2017: March, September
Photo gallery 2018: April
Young Archaeologiests’ Dig-In: Vela Luka
Young Arcaeologists’ Dig-In: Blato, Croatia
Audio Tour of Vela Spila