This cave is between Poreč and Visnjan, 5 km from the coast. It got the name Baredine, that probably means untreated land. It is situated in the Karst region with a sea sediment, covered by red soils.
The cave has an vertical entrance at 117 meters above the sea level, and a 300 m long pathway that descends up to 60 meter below the ground (the fifth chamber), where is a lake where lives the cave olm (Proteus anguinus).
This cave has many beautiful stalagmites and stalactites who are created during thousands of years and has formed huge curtains and sculptures so as Our Lady, the lady of a milkmaid called Milka, the leaning tower of Pisa, and a snowman with a torch. The last is the trade mark of the cave.
In the fourth chamber is a 66 meter deep gap, descending to the underground lake. The depth of the cave is 132 meters, and the general temperature is 14 degrees Celsius.
Name: Baredine -cave
Place: Nova Vas – (Poreč)