he "Bouva" cave is on the road between Didymotiho and the Koufovouno village. It was first explored in 1962 and it showed special archeological interest. From the very first meters one can see stalactites and stalagmites which become more on the way and form a unique attraction.

The cave must have been inhabited since the 4th millenium B.C., judging by the smithereens of the ceramics which were found in its interior.
These smithereens are characteristic samples of handmade prehistoric pottery, usually without decoration or with simple lining, which has been discovered in many places of Thraka. So the cave, as it seems, was for a very long time not a place of permanent settlement but a helpful area, especially during the Early Era of Iron, for the cattle-breeding needs of the settlement which is situated at the peak of the cave’s barrow.