Adrenaline attraction you will remember!
It starts on Hotel Lovac Green terrace in Pazin, and is divided in four parts. First two lines are 80 meters long and they are preparing us for main lines that are crossing the canyon. Third line is 220 m long, with an average speed of 50 km/h and the maximum height of 100 m, just above the sinkhole. We land in the yard of the Writer's house. Here is a starting point for our last and longest line (280 m), which gives you enough time to enjoy the unusual view on a grandiose abyss and a medieval castle on its cliffs. We land on the belvedere above the Grandma's house cave, exactly on the spot from where the famous photo was taken, which was used by illustrator Leon Bennet preparing gravure for Jules Verne's novel "Mathias Sandorf".
- Children up to 16 years can use Zip line only with their parents’ permission.
- Children less than 35 kg of weight can use Zip line in tandem ride only with one of the Zip line workers
Duration: up to 50 minutes
V - IX: 10:00 - 19:00
X - V: by arrangement, 5 persons minimum
Price: 160,00 HRK per person (we accept all major credit cards)
A simple jump from the bridge and a free falling experience! The jump is actually a big swing with a radius of about 25m. Open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 12am to 6pm in August. Location: bridge above the Pazin Cave and you can park your car at "Zip Line Pazinska jama"
The maximum weight is 110 kg. Reservation is not required and price is 150 HRK per person.
Beneth the Castle of Pazin plunges Pazinčica river which makes (under the town) two undergroun lakes connected by siphon. At a rainy days, when abyss can not take too much water, it makes a lake 2 km long. That happened in 1883, 1896, 1930, 1934, 1935, 1961, 1964, 1974, 1993, 2002 (twice), 2008 and in 2009. The great flood was in 1896 when water came up to 30 m under the walls of The Castle of Pazin.
There is something about Pazin cave - the unique materpiece of nature which is mentioned, as The Castle of Pazin, in many books written by travel writtes (Valvasor, Petronio, Yriarte). It was also an inspiration to many famous writers - Jules Verne, Dante, Vladimir Nazor and to many other writers.