Above the cemetery at Vače - above the meadow - a 3-metre vertical limestone cliff rises, which is a great Miocene attraction (its age is around 13 million years). It stretches 20 meters in width in the east-west direction and is the remnant of the former and now fossilised sea shore.
Traces of clams have been preserved in the limestone. The majority of the remains are of date mussels from the genus Lithophaga. The area also has numerous fossilised oyster shells preserved.
The remnants of the fossilised sea shore at Vače are the most beautiful place in Slovenia and among the most beautiful in the world.