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limski_kanalNorth of city of Rovinj, one of the most beatiful natural resources of the Istrian peninsula, Lim Bay, is located. Lim Bay is a part of the 35 km long Lim Valley, that stretches almost to the center of Istria, to the town of Pazin. The Bay itself is a little bit longer than 10 km, it is 30 meters deep and its widest part is around 600 meters wide. From both sides very steep mountains rise, in some parts even up to 100 meters. Free climbing lovers will find a suitable cliff on the northern side, where during the summer time fans of this extreme sport are doing daily climbing tour. Apart from seeing natural beauties of this place, we reccomend you to taste gastronomic delicacy from its fish farms (gilthead and sea bass) as well as localy grown oysters and mussels. The entire area is rich in marine flora and fauna. It is protected natural monument and often crowded with tourists who, apart from 










    enjoying food can spend a nice summer day on a boat tour of the Bay or maybe on a walk to Romuald's Cave. Large number of bones belonging to prehistoric animals were found in it. The cave itself is an interesting speleological attraction with cave decoration, bats and other animals.