Sąspowska Zachodnia Cave
Cave situated on the northern slope of the valley, above contemporary karst spring of the Sąspówka, 19 m above the bottom of the valley. Its opening is 4 meter wide with a south exposure and overlooks a steep, rocky slope. The cave has the form of a several meter long corridor turning at some point north-east. At the end of the corridor there are two chambers separated by a narrow and low corridor.
The cave is situated in the rock, on which a church is build. For this reason it has also a second name “pod Kościołem Zachodnia” Cave (direct translation: under the Church Western Cave) Archaeological research has shown traces of lendzielska culture (Neolithic) and people from the Roman Period and Middle Ages. A large number of flint artifacts, above all Neolithic ones, found at this site, is being associated with nearby mines.