The splendid has an extraordinary shape and colour and it's one of the greatest and longest source of river in Dalmatia-the Cetina. It runs about 63 miles and the basin covers an area 565 square metres before it makes its way through to the Adriatic ocean. It's water flows to the foot of the Dinara, the highest mountain Massif in Croatia.
It's strongest reassemblance to an eye with varied shades of blue and turquoise gives it a name- Eye of the earth. The viey from above is undoubtedly one of the most particular fascinating beauties of the region. The small body of water is formed by hole that penetrates from the depths of the unknown Earth, explored by divers who made it up to 115 metres below ground level. This strange natural karst splendor leaves all visitors speechless and jaw drops.
The source is off the main tourist routes, located in the Milasevo, near a small village called Cetina. It can be found via a path that leads straight from an orthodox church, and further downstream, not far from the source. Swimming is acceptable at the eye of the earth
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