The cave is south of the village of Heřmanovice and is located at the eastern edge of the protected area Jeseníky, north of the town Vrbno pod Pradědem and in the valley formed by river Opavice. Hermanovice village is a popular holiday resort below the eastern peaks of Jesenik. In the village has survived a nice set of timbered houses of folk architecture. The village is surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery. One of the goals of our wandering around the neighborhood may be Heřmanický kras, which can be found south of the village on the slopes Jedlové (874 m). In 1949 it was discovered in these places Heřmanovice cave, which is interesting for its tiny stalactite decoration. In the cave there are two large spacious rooms that are 10 meters high and its area is 20 200 m². In Heřmanovice intersects the local bike path along which we head north to the town of Zlate Hory long distance route and Silesian main road. Municipalities also passes through the tourist trail. If we set out from the village in a northeasterly direction we reach a crossroads Hraniční cesta and from there we can go further east over the top of the Kutný Hill (866 m) and the Solnou horou (867 m) to Vojtěchová spring. If we continue at the crossroads south we come across the Komora (833 m) and valleys on the ridges of settlement Komora. If we set out from the northwest Heřmanovice we can come to the hilltop Zámecký vrch (933 m). Near the top there are visible remains of the castle ruins atop Koberštejn and is a very nice view of the surrounding panorama of Jesenik.