Travelling along the Istrian coasts towards the south of Croatia, you will find the Limski kanal, an inlet that seems dividing into two parts the surrounding land. The Limski kanal flows for five kilometers inside the peninsula; as its coasts are full of vegetation and they recall the fiords of North Europe.
Croatia’s inland it is full of villages where it seems time has stopped. These villages have maintained the same rural structure of the Middle Ages and they recall the simple life of people that worked the land and enjoyed the nature and the different seasons.
Croatia is full of caves, like the Baredine Caves situated few kilometeres from Porec, in the inland, and opened to public during summer holidays. These caves are 136m-deep and tourists can climb down thourgh a 60-m stair. The cave is full of stalactites and stalagmites and they create a lof of sculptures like the ones that recall Our Lady and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. During the visiti it is possible to see some of the species of the underground fauna, like Proteus Anguineos that only lives in these areas of Croatia.