Ljubicheva cave is a complex of several cave rooms and pits that are interconnected by canals, which is typical and characteristic of the cave structures of the karst area. The opening of the cave is irregularly semicircular and about 20 meters high and about 15 meters wide. It leads to the largest, central hall of the cave, which is irregularly elongated in shape. Much of the sediment from this hall has eroded.Other rooms and pits are directly connected to it. Thus to the east is a space that can be approached from two directions. The first, fairly simple route leading directly into this room is almost at the very beginning of the largest hall while the second direction is steep and winding like a bottleneck connecting to the central part of the largest hall revealing how this cave facility hides many unknown passages.