The name of the cave most probably comes from Bolia family which owned land in the area in the 15th century. The cave was formed by the Jupâneasa creek which dug in the limestone found here. The entrance in the cave is huge: 20 meters wide and 10 meters high. The uniqueness of this cave is given by the fact that it’s entirely accessible by riding a horse. It’s high enough for this to be possible and that’s pretty impressive.
Bolii Cave, which could translate to Disease Cave, was recently modernised. Several footbridges and modern lights have been mounted in order to highlight the scale of this cave. The caverns are huge and the limestone formations are impressive.