A wonderful turn of the Neris opens from the outcrop of Drąseikiai. Here you can see the steep slopes of the outcrop and the Krėslynai village located on the other side. The outcrop extends along the right bank of the Neris for more than 200 meters. Its highest part reaches 30.2 m and extends for about 100 meters. The place has a long history, as traces of Stone Age camps and Neolithic artefacts have been found here. The outcrop of Drąseikiai in 1964 declared a geological natural monument, and in 1985 assigned to monuments of republican significance.