LIMSKI CHANNEL AND ROMUALD CAVE
The gluf is slightly longer than 10 km, up to thirty feet deep, and wide at the widest part of about 600 meters on both sides rise to a fairly steep hill suitable for lovers of free climbing.
35 km long Lim Valley (Draga), which extends almost to the center of the Istrian town of Pazin. I have gulf is slightly longer than 10 km, up to thirty feet deep, and wide at the widest part, about 600 meters. On both sides rise to a fairly steep hill, sometimes to a height of 100 meters. The water in the bay is partly brackish because of its underwater sources of sweet water, and thus suitable for the development of plant and animal life, but there are also farm fish and shellfish. For lovers of free climbing on the north side there is a suitable rock on which the daily summer climbing fans of this extreme sport. On the south side, near the pier and the restaurant, located a hundred meters high, Romualdo's cave, where they are during the 11th century and later held church ceremonies. According to legend, Romualdo was a priest who lived as a hermit, and he is credited with the establishment of a nearby Benedictine monastery of St. Michael. The cave was cleared and opened to the public, with the possibility of organized guided visits. Lim Bay has the status of a protected landscape.
Tel: +385 (0)52 452 797
Coordinates: 45.13557938, 13.70956421 How to get there?
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