Events

  • Armano Jeričević: Chasing the Clouds

    27.01.2017 - 25.02.2017

    Labin, Gradska galerija Labin

    Solo exhibition

    Gradska galerija Labin

    Solo exhibition

    Sixteen years ago Zagreb artist Armano Jeričević, a dentist and graduate movie director student left the conventional urban life and moved with his family in the abandoned hamlet in the heart of Istria. By living the sustainability in accordance with the rhythms of his artistic reality, his life and art are a combination of philosophy and esotericism which is subtly reflected in his works. Exhibition Chasing the Clouds consist of printed photos and experimental video work on the subject of his personal conceptual act which he named ‘Sense Manufacture’. He runs his family farm under the same name, as well as a trans-modern art workshop - gallery in the abandoned Istrian hamlet. Jeričević has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in Croatia and abroad (Marrakech, Grand Rapids, Grožnjan, Višnjan, Rijeka, Zagreb). His works are represented in printed project of the international art magazine Visions libres (Photography, Culture and Contemporary Art).

    Opening hours:
    10:00 - 14:00 & 17:00 - 20:00, Sunday closed

    Info:

    Gradska galerija Labin
    Ul. 1. maja 5, T: +385 052 852 123
    galerijalabin@gmail.com

    More
  • Carnival in Buzet

    28.01.2017 - 01.03.2017

    Buzet, Trg Fontana (Square)

    Big carnival costume promenade

    Trg Fontana (Square)

    Big carnival costume promenade

    Pust (man-like doll blamed for bad events in the previous year and burned) and all festive carnival events are almost here. The central event in Buzet is certainly the masked procession that brings together some thousand masked participants and dozens of allegorical floats both from the Buzet region and surrounding areas…

    Info:

    TZ Buzet
    Vladimira Gortana 9 T. +385 (0)52 662 343
    info@istria-buzet.com

    More
  • Carnival in Cerovlje

    05.02.2017 - 26.02.2017

    Cerovlje

    Carnival parade and masked ball


    Carnival parade and masked ball

    The largest and most cheerful carnival in central Istria! Masked groups comes from all over the region, and is being held, as tradition dictates, on Sunday before Carnival. Children's carnival is scheduled for Saturday, then the event will continue on Tuesday, the day of Pust and ends on Wednesday ceremonial of "Pust" burning with the inevitable reading of funny judgment.

    Info:

    Općina Cerovlje
    T. +385 (0)52 684140

    More
  • Wellness Moments

    10.02.2017 - 31.03.2017

    Umag-Umago, Novigrad-Cittanova, Buje-Buie

    Thematic programs and packages


    Thematic programs and packages

    Are you longing for full rest for body and soul? Are you looking for repose from everyday stress? Have you decided to treat yourself with beauty treatment, massage or sauna?

    In the period between 10th February and 31st March the Northwestern Istria is just what you need! The Wellness Moments are offering you an excellent opportunity to experience all advantages of relaxation in modern wellness centres in Umag and Novigrad.

    Do something different for your health, beauty and inner balance and meet the spring revived and filled with new energy.

    » Wellness moments

    Info:

    Istraturist Umag, Laguna Novigrad
    +385 52 700 700, +385 52 858 600

    More
  • Days of seashells

    10.02.2017 - 19.03.2017

    Umag-Umago, Novigrad-Cittanova, Buje-Buie, Brtonigla-Verteneglio

    Themed gastronomic offer in regional restaurants


    Themed gastronomic offer in regional restaurants

    Gurmands will have an opportunity to savour delicious sea morsels at the Days of seashells.

    Restaurants will offer imaginative menus at favourable prices! The culinary delicacies will be paired with premium local wines and olive oils this region is renowned for far and wide.

    Istrian shells - scallops, mussels, sea truffles, Noah’s arks, queen scallops and oysters have a special flavour owing to clean sea. They are brought to the plate both wild-grown and cultivated. The shell cultivation tradition can be traced back to antiquity and scallops are most frequently harvested from the waters off the west coast of Istria, in the vicinity of a fresh water source, primarily at the estuary of the river of Mirna, known for premium samples.

    To find out what’s on the specially prepared menus and at which restaurants top chefs are going to create new gourmet experiences for your palate visit www.coloursofistria.com

    More
  • Carnival in Rovinjsko Selo

    18.02.2017 - 28.02.2017

    Rovinjsko selo (Rovinj-Rovigno)

    Carnival parade and entertainment program


    Carnival parade and entertainment program

    Rovinjsko Selo has a long tradition of Carnival. This year's carnival dance begins on 18th February. The 5th marathon under the masks will be held on the 25th of February as the children's carnival. Carnival events will culminate on Tuesday, 28th February when the carnival parade visits households in the village, all ending with the popular and traditional Carnival ball with selection of the most beautiful masks in the evening.

    Info:

    Udruga seljanske maškare

    emil.radovan@gmail.com

    More
  • Promohotel

    22.02.2017 - 25.02.2017

    Poreč-Parenzo, dvorana Žatika (Hall Žatika)

    International fair of food, drinks and tourism equipment

    dvorana Žatika (Hall Žatika)

    International fair of food, drinks and tourism equipment

    VISITORS’ OPENING TIMES:
    Wednesday, 22 February 2017, 12:00 – 19:00
    Thursday, 23 February 2017, 10:00 – 19:00
    Friday, 24 February 2017, 10:00 – 19:00
    Saturday, 25 February 2017, 10:00 – 17:00

    Entrance is free of charge for all visitors. We look forward to seeing welcoming you.

    Info:

    Studio 053 d.o.o.
    T. +385 (0)52 427427, F. (0)52 427426
    info@promohotel.hr

    More
  • Honey Days

    24.02.2017 - 25.02.2017

    Pazin, Spomen dom

    12th international exhibition and conference

    Spomen dom

    12th international exhibition and conference

    The case with the choice of beekeeper that is honeymaker is the same as with a café and your favourite coffee brand. You choose once and never change. In her time, Empress Maria Theresa proclaimed beekeeping a protected craft. “...In order to popularize beekeeping among our people, it is exempt from any tax or toll for all times...”, stands in the Patent on beekeeping from 1775.

    A spoonful of health

    Locust tree honey - the best cure for stress; meadow honey - it is difficult to count up all its benefits, but it will do wonders for elderly people and give them new strength; chestnut honey with its bitterness defies the saying 'sweet as honey' but is a great remedy for digestive difficulties and other disorders... Honey is healthy! This is a statement no one will even dare to deny. How healthy it really is, that is something we are yet to find out. But with great certainty and with no reason to prove it we can say for sure that honey has a wonderful taste, it is a special sweetener and is equally good today as it was when man reached for it into the beehive for the very first time (how did he even get this idea?). Istrian honey is of outstanding quality, but there isn't much of it, just as much as there is vegetation. In order to harvest as much honey as possible, beekeepers carry their hives to places even a few hundred kilometres away. This is one of the integral parts of beekeeping.

    The long way to honey

    In Istria it all begins in April when beekeepers harvest fruit honey and dandelion honey which is extracted until May. Then the hives and beekeepers, like real nomads, move in search of locust trees that yield high quality and delicious honey. At the same time bees are diligently collecting sage nectar. The next activity takes place in June when hives are transferred to areas rich in chestnut trees, which has become a very uncertain and modest source of honey. At this period there is no activity of bees in Istria, so the search for flower blossoms for the nectar takes beekeepers to areas of Gorski kotar, Kordun and Lika. This best speaks of the beekeepers' nomadic way of life and their readiness to cover several hundred kilometres every seven days to reach the faraway hives just for a few kilograms of sweet honey. In mid-September the bees return home. Then they mostly sip the nectar from heather and other plants blossoming at that time. For those who don't know much about honey making and its terminology, honey extraction is the process of removing honey from the honeycomb. So, after the last honey extraction in the year, beekeepers prepare their bees for the winter, leaving enough honey for them to survive - about fifteen kilograms in each hive.

    More

Showing 1 - 12 out of 701

Tourist Board is not responsable for any decision of the organizers to change the terms, participants, programmes and prices or to cancel performances

Praises from abroad to Istria

  • Best Olive Oil Region in the world 2016 and 2017

  • 10 Best European
    Wine Destinations 2016

  • 10 Best Wine Travel Destinations 2015

  • World's 2nd Best Olive Oil Region 2010 - 2015

  • Top 10 Valentine's Day Retreats 2014

  • Best Wine Regions for Winter and Spring Travel 2014

Already receiving significant earned media in outlets such as National Geographic Traveler Huffington Post and mention in notable guidebooks like Lonely Planet, international journalists and tour operators alike continue the praise heaped upon the Istrian peninsula and all it has to offer making it one of the world's top destinations.

Booking