Meet the mystical world of nature which has been developing for thousands of years, far away from the light of the day and the human eye. Visit the underworld the Baredine Cave. This cave is a treasure chest of stalagmites and stalactites, underworld sculptures created through time by the patient work of water. Such shapes have been created, some of which are exceptional, such as the 10-meter long and high curtains, a very realistic sculpture of Our Lady, the body of a milkmaid called Milka, the leaning tower of Pisa and snowman the torchbearer who has become the trademark of our cave.
An interesting detail of this adventurous trip is also the encounter with the underground world of animals: visitors will see the cave olm (Proteus anguinus), endemic of the Dinaric karst area.
The cave is a geomorphological monument of nature since 1986, and it has been opened for visitors since 1995. It is situated in the western part of Istria between the towns of Poreč (8km), Višnjan (5km) and Tar (5km). The sightseeing lasts 40 minutes; visitors descend along a 300m long pathway up to 60m below the ground and an underground lake and visit five beautifully decorated chambers. Guided tours start every 30 minutes with a guide (included in price) in the following languages: Croatian, Italian, German, English, and Russian. The cave is well lit and equipped, the paths and stairways have a firm railing, and the temperature is very pleasant at 14˚C so that it can be visited without special clothing of footwear.
Next to the cave is a free parking lot (for cars and buses), reception, a coffee bar/buffet, souvenir shops, spacious playground for children, and area with domesticated animals and a pick nick area.