Beram is first mentioned in a written document back in 911, when it was presented to the Bishop of Trieste. In the Middle Ages, Beram was fortified with defensive walls, bearing the role of a castle in which there was a secret underground passage leading to the cave of Jamorina at the foot of the hill.
Beram and its surroundings are great for those who want recreation in nature. Namely, a well-maintained hiking trail stretches through Beram, which mostly passes through the forest, and mostly uses macadam and forest roads. This 11.8-kilometer-long circular path connects Beram with the nearby town of Pazin. For approximately 3 hours, you will enjoy the beautiful green expanses of Istria, of which we single out the Pazin roof - a beautiful waterfall of the river Pazinchica
№275 in locations of Croatia