Cave Rebica near Brajcovići.

On 11 September 2011, cavers removed 5 m3 of waste from this 54 meter deep cave as part of the “Karst Underground Program” (KUP). This beautiful action was aimed at preventing and limiting groundwater pollution, avoiding the risk of using drinking water from drinking water sources.

Name: Cave Rebica near Brajcovići.

Place: Brajcovići – (Kanfanar)

Coordinates: 45.09887 N -13.76475 E.

Caves/pits near Velići – Vižinada

Along, and south of the agricultural road from Velići to the church St.Vital,  are  in the nature reserve  several pit caves. A  number of these have been contaminated by (recent) waste dumping.

The pictures with visible waste are not included in this post.

Name: Caves/pits near Veliće.

Place: Veliće – Vižinada.

Coordinates: Agricultural road (unpaved): 45.31143 N – 13.76148 E (several pits). Other pits/caves: 45.31098 N – 13.76563 E, 45.31180 N  – 13.76543 E,  45.31211 N – 13764.92 E, 45.31161 N -13.76487 E

Hiking path Nature park Kontija – Kloštar.

Nature park Kontija is located between the sea and the villages of Kloštar, Gradina, Flengi and the Lim Channel. It has an area of 65 ha. In 1964, this 140 year old forest was declared a reserve in connection with the wide variety of tree species, shrubs and plants.

In this area there used to be a prehistoric settlement with several caves along the Lim Channel, including the Romualdo Cave.

Name: Hiking path Kontija Nature Park

Place: Kloštar – (Vrsar)


Starting point: Former Benedictine monastery Kloštar: 45.1422 N – 13.7033 E. Pit caves Kontija forest: 45.14058 N – 13.69501 E, 45.14616 N – 13.72021 E and 45.13839 N – 13.67723 E. Viewpoint Lim Channel: 45. 13435 N – 13.68135 E.  Entrance path descent to Lim Channel:  45.1346 N – 13.6720 E.