Baredine Cave is a natural gemorphological monument with a depth of 132 meters and underground lakes with permanent groundwater discovered at the lowest depth. This pit has been formed for decades, and the mysterious interplay of nature and water has resulted in a treasure trove of stalactites and stalagmites, as well as underground structures formed far from human eyes and daylight. A ten-meter-long high curtain, a very realistic statue of Our Lady, the body of the milkmaid Milka, a sloping Pisa tower, and a snowman the torchbearer who became a trademark of this pit are among the most miraculous sigma forms. A tour of the pit is available, and tourists can walk through five halls to a depth of 60 meters. In addition to experiencing the wonderfully formed underground, visitors to Baredina can meet the underground fauna, particularly the cave olm (Proteus anguinus), an endemic animal that only lives in these karst areas. Adventure and excitement await you in Poreč, along with incredible historical heritage and culture, as well as excellent service and accommodation at the Boutique Hotel Melissa.