|Location:||A side valley of the Buynovsko Gorge. Accessible only by foot.|
|Dimension:||L=10m, W=3m, H=30m.|
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The Dyavolski Most (Devils Bridge) is named after the devil like so many karst related features in the area. Porbably a sign that they are really spectacular. Ther is a legend which says that only the devil can cross the bridge. However, although there is no official path, there is a rather wild trail across the bridge.
This natural bridge is a remnant of a former cave, which is almost completely collapsed and eroded. Actually the valley is a so-called roofless cave. Only this small part remains.
The bridge is located in a side valley of the Buynovsko gorge. It is reached only on foot. The easiest way to reach it is from Borino. Take road 197 west, at the city limits turn south on a small country road. After 2.5km there is a sort of abandoned with a huge paved parking lot. From here it is a pleasant walk to the bridge of less than 2km (30min.). The bridge is signposted with handwritten signs.