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Sopot Waterfall

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Anna wrote a review Aug 2020
Berlin, Germany13 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful spot and walking way. Great spot for a picnic. We went in May and due to the heat and the dryness, the waterfall was almost completely dry. Probably amazing to visit in autumn.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Vlado M wrote a review Dec 2018
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Sopot is an Istrian waterfall of 24.5 meters, located on the Svic Creek near the village of Floricici. Apart from long-lasting summer droughts, the waterfall almost always has water, and for heavy rain it is so thick that its noise is deafening. It can be reached by footpath of St. Simun or by car. St. Simun trail is a 10 kilometers long round trip, one of the oldest hiking trails in Istria; begins and ends in Gracisce; the initial downhill leads to the ruins of the church of St. Simun, and you can see the remains of the watermill, then over the old stone bridge reaches the slope from where the path rises up to the church of St. Stjepan and continues to the Top of Mary Magdalene where the 15th-century church of the same name is located. Waterfall can be reached also by car from the road from Pazin to Labin under city of Pican in settlement Zajci where you turn towards the villages of Donji Kralji and Svici to come to Floricici from where you walk a few hundred meters down the trail to the waterfall. CAUTION: Be careful, as the crater in which the water falls is not fenced and there is a risk of falling down from the height; if you go there with the children, keep them away from the edge, and also watch out for yourself.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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MrPiky wrote a review Oct 2018
Bassenthwaite, United Kingdom125 contributions25 helpful votes
This waterfall is located at the base of a hill down from Gracicse. It has a lovely bridge over the river just at the point of the waterfall and then has the hill top town of Gracicse as the backdrop. When we were there (Oct) there was very little water in the river and so the waterfall was just a trickle but it was still impressive. There is a walk from Gracicse down to the fall by track and back up by a quiet road. The track and road are a substantial climb. We thought it was worth it. You could of course just drive down to Sopot.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Ola H wrote a review Jul 2018
Uddevalla, Sweden9 contributions1 helpful vote
Really nice waterfall but hard to find. Not possible to dive if youre not really though. Its about 30 meters to water surface.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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