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Very pleasantly surprised to find such a peaceful place so close to our villa. Well worth a visit to this beautiful spot on the banks of the Limski canal. Take the boat trip down the fjord, it's about an hour on the river, very tranquil...More
This inlet is sometimes called a fjord because it is long (16 km) and relatively narrow, few hundred-meters wide. But in fact it is just a flooded river valley, since this part of Adriatic coast has been slowly sinking over the millennia . The shores...More
Pictures perhaps a tad exaggerated - hills to either side of this fjord are not as steep, nor spectacular as suggested - or at least where we were taken.
This was our second attempt to experience this trip: First one, having parked up, we sat...More
Extremely beautiful interesting place of Istrian peninsula. Lim Fjord is a wonderful place for excursions to enthusiasts of intact nature. Water in the Gulf is clean and rich in fresh water sources, and therefore suitable for the development of plant and animal life. It is...More
Lim Channel is quite beautiful if you visit via seaside since the best part is in the middle. When you visit via car you only see the end which is more “meh”. The end of it is only good concerning restaurants...
Although the real Vikings didn't have anyconnections to this place, I was impressed by this Channel and it's tranquility, it's innocent beauty and Energy. Nowhere in Istria have I heard so many people laughing and smiling. Me and my husbandm we've just sat here for...More
We sailed part of the way down the Limski Channel/Canal (but in actual fact is a fjord) as part of a day boat trip from Pula to Vrsar and Rovinj. The channel is lined on either side with hills covered thick woods. Part of it...More