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Mediterranean Scents & Lunch

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9 hours
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Live Guide
English, German, Italian

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What You'll Do
  • Find out what is so special about Poreč and Rovinj and why they are on UNESCO's world heritage list
  • Take a peek into Istrian underground and Baredine cave
  • Enjoy a tasty fish lunch
Take a chance to meet pearls of Istrian coast - Poreč and Rovinj are waiting for you!
What to Expect
Embark on a journey that starts in the depths of the Baredine cave and emerge into the sun bathed coastal cities with immense cultural heritage. Visit the UNESCO protected Euphrasian Basilica and get lost wandering through the beautiful fishermen towns. The experience will be completed with a fish lunch made from daily catch.

The cave Baredine is known and visited since ancient times, the first documented research dates back to the beginnings of the last century done by Triestes cavers which explored to a depth of 80 meters. Cave Baredine is the first speleological and also geomorphological monument of nature in Istria evaluated for tourist visits. Since the first survey in 1973 until the present day the cave was further investigated with the aim of finding new premises and collected surface ceramics in clay sediments that witness the ancient entry and stay of man, and also explored is the underground fauna.

Porec is a town with a long and turbulent history which nurtures remains of its past in the heart of the old town. From Roman times to the present day more than two thousand years have passed, and the streets of Poreč continue to preserve their original architecture and numerous cultural and historical monuments. Of all the monuments especially is noticed the Euphrasian Basilica with its distinctive mosaics dating from the 6th century which UNESCO recognized and protects as a world heritage site since 1997.The old heart of the city of Porec is also a great place for fun. The ancient Decamanus, the main street of the old town, is the perfect promenade.

Rovinjs life began on what was once the island Mons Albanus. The first archaeological traces of life are dating back from the Bronze Age, but the old town began to develop in the 3rd century. In the early 18th century, the city expanded beyond the city walls on the mainland. The channel between the island and the mainland meets the country in 1763, so that the old city is since than located on the peninsula.The old town bears witness to past times and the hard work of local craftsman. The limited space led to the construction of narrow houses, narrow streets and small squares.
What's Included
  • Air-conditioned van
  • Guide
  • Baredine cave entrance fee
  • Fish lunch in a local tavern (codfish "on white" prepared in a traditional way, sea bass with side-dish, dessert, drinks)

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