The Lim valley of the river Pazincica transforms into the Lim bay, a 10kilometer long canyon. The name Lim derives from the Latin word "Limes” which means "the border” because during the Roman Empire this valley divided two of the Roman provinces at that time, Dalmatia and Italia.
This is a deep valley with fresh water coming out emptying into the sea, and for some reason, this produces the most tender, the most flavorful oysters you have ever tasted. The valley has a bunch of touristy craft booths and 2 or 3 restaurants, They serve the local oysters as well as clams and other goodies.
Back to the Fjord, there are picturesque views along the top for camera buffs, which also have the craft booths selling honey, cheese, homemade crafts, and other stuff. There are docks at one end where people are swimming in the greenish water..
Pirate Cave is one of several caves along the Lim and the largest of them. It can be accessed only by sea. The name comes from the pirates who were in hiding in her past. View that the caves had allowed the pirates good control over the bay and could easily have found a possible arrival of those who persecuted them. View of their allowing the monitoring of the arrival of a new prey for their attacks of robbers.
Name Lim fjord was formed after the filming of "The Vikings” movie in 1958th with Kirk Douglas and Tony Curtis, when Lim "starred” fjord, so it sought to commercially exploit until it collapsed Viking settlement that was built on top of Lim.
The end of Lim channel has several „karigadura". It once was a pier, built of stone.It was the place for loading on ships of people, goods, stone, wood, and already considering what (or who) loaded up" karigadur" led bysteep paths carved into the rock, which were merged with the nearby village, forest, quarry ..
The easiest way to visit the Lim Channel is to take an organised excursion from Rovinj or Poreč- it takes about 4 hours.