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The dreamlike nature, almost mythical landscapes and gorgeous mediaeval towns of central Istria will awake within you the primeval and deep, true pleasure! Central Istria is one of the rare Mediterranean regions adorned with the quality of unspoiled natural landscapes and rich heritage. Numerous coves and hillocks connect and divide many magic-like settlements, creating almost unreal scenery.
On the beautiful west coast of Istria, just underneath the Lim canal is the most romantic place in the Mediterranean! The town of Rovinj is the right destination for all of you who long for a sentimental atmosphere of the times long lost. Due to the lack of space, houses are closely built, streets are narrow and squares are small, still untouched by modern urbanism.
Welcome to the 3000 years of history! The history of Pula-Pola starts with the myth of the Argonauts and the search for the Golden Fleece. It was the home of the Histrians, the Romans and the Venetians. Once the central Austrian port, today it is the largest cultural and economic center of Istria. Various layers of history took part in the making of this unique town in which Roman temples defy baroque palaces, early Christian churches stand face to face to Austrian villas, and the remnants of mediaeval walls are cut through by antique town gates.
In your search of the perfect vacation, be sure to visit Vrsar and Funtana. These two small fishing settlements situated between Poreč and Lim canal will offer you the splendour of their irreplaceable idyllic island archipelago, the green environment and the crystal clear sea. The most indented coast in Istria with many bays and islets represents a true paradise for navigation experts.
If you are looking for activity, remarkable experiences and rich cultural heritage, Poreč with its 100 years of experience in hospitality and supreme tourist offer, is the place for you. Be sure not to miss the numerous parties organized in tourist villages and the town's center. Nothing but fun from sunset till sunrise!
Where the green hills meet the sea, where nature and heritage become one, you will find Labin and Rabac - paradise for artists. The old mediaeval town of Labin is filled with art ateliers, in which you can feel what it means to be at the center of art itself. Here you can not only look at art works, but experience them, live them.
Umag, Buje and Novigrad create the gateway to the magic land called Istria. You can enjoy some 50 km of beautiful beaches. In the hinterland, standing on the Karst terraces, you can see and smell the sea.
Pazin is the administrative center of Istria County and already in the 19th century, mostly because of its central position on the Peninsula, but importance as well, came to be called the “heart of Istria”.Explore
Buzet is situated in the very north of Istria near the border with Slovenia. Its historic core, dating from the Middle Ages lies on a hilltop above a fertile valley of the longest Istrian river – the Mirna.Explore
In the northern part of Istria, overlooking the Mirna River valley, lies surely the most famous and attractive Istrian medieval town of Motovun-Montona.Explore
Oprtalj-Portole, situated on the hill reachable from Motovun-Montona along the narrow southward plateau is according to many, one of the most picturesque towns of the northern Istria.Explore
Grožnjan, a small Istrian town of great cultural significance not only in Croatia but also internationally, lives its summer months very intensely.Explore
Walking from the sun-dial in the Antun Korlević Park towards the old part of Višnjan you can experience the spirit of the rich historical heritage of this town. Every stone, every town corner will speak about its history and every family can tell you a legend or a true story about this small town.Explore
You can witness one of the most beautiful views of the Green and Blue Istria from the hill rising above the Mirna valley if you visit a small town of Vižinada-Visinada. Walking along the streets of this town you will surely be enchanted by the smell of the cakes during the manifestation Slatka Istra ‘Sweet Istria’.Explore
If all the roads in Europe lead to Rome, then all the roads in Istria lead to Žminj, the centre of Istria and the old intersection. On the sole cross-roads below the town there is Calvary from 1720. Žminj was the town of Pazin-Pisino County which was taken over by the Venetians only for a year in 1617.Explore
The medieval town Svetvinčenat, situated in the south of the central part of Istria, is one of Istrian jewels in which the tourist offer has taken on a new life over last several years, especially through various events which are held in exceptionally attractive historical locations of this little town.Explore
The old town nucleus lies on a conical promontory which was until 1763 part of a coastal islet. In the 18th century the channel was filled up, so the town was connected with the mainland. At that time Rovinj-Rovigno was the most densely populated town in the Venetian part of Istria after Kopar.Explore
The town of Bale-Valle is situated at a height of 140 meters above sea level and lies at the intersection of roads leading to Rovinj-Rovigno, Pula-Pola and Trieste, only 5 kilometres from the sea. The town developed around the medieval castle of the Sardo and Bembo families in the 15th century.Explore
In the 18th century Kanfanar takes on the role of municipal centre in the South West area of the Peninsula where the mild Mediterranean climate becomes one with the natural characteristics of the Istrian inland.Explore
The largest town on the Istrian peninsula offers a diversity of attractions to lovers of culture. The rich itinerary of its three thousand year old history, where every step you take through the old town is a landmark, begins and ends with the Roman amphitheatre.Explore
Set along 80 kilometers of indented coastline, in coves and bays are 6 picturesque towns of the Medulin Riviera.
The largest and most famous among them, as well as the administrative center is Medulin, with a population of 2,500 inhabitants.
Fažana is a picturesque fishing town on southwestern coast of the Istrian peninsula situated near the ancient town of Pula ideal for relaxation and recreation. It is also the port from where you can reach the Brijuni Islands National Park, the well-known Earth’s paradise.Explore
Vodnjan-Dignano is a small town in the southwest of Istria, around 12 km from Pula, positioned at 135 meters above sea level. The town was formed on the remains of prehistoric hill forts.Explore
In the far south-east of Istria, among Mediterranean broom vegetation lies fishing and agricultural village Ližnjan-Lisignano whose hilltop overlooks the Kvarner bay and the islands of Cres and Lošinj. The Ližnjan-Lisignano district includes nearby villages Valtura-Altura, Muntić, Jadreški and Šišan.Explore
Marčana is a place situated North of Pula-Pola on the crossroads of Pula-Labin and Vodnjan-Krnica roads.Explore
Barban is a small historical village situated on the plateau separating the Labin-Albona from Pula-Pola area. Ancient Romans used to live in the prehistoric hill-fort. Throughout history Barban had a strategical position dominating the high ground and controlling the valley and the bridge on the Raša river.Explore
Vrsar-Orsera is situated at the same mouth of the Lim Channel, on a 54 metres high hill. The original settlement was set on the very top of the hill. The original settlement was set on the very top of the hill, but later on it spread down the hill slopes. The present-day Vrsar-Orsera has developed along the sea - shore.Explore
Funtana-Fontane, which has been voted the most touristic town on the Adriatic coast, is situated along the road Poreč – Vrsar-Orsera, dotted with family houses where almost each one offers private accommodation during the summer season.Explore
Poreč is a town located in the heart of the western coast of Istria. A town of culture, tourism, sport and entertainment, it has been recognised and awarded for the beauty of its public spaces and its cleanliness many times over.Explore
Originally two settlements, today Tar-Torre and Vabriga-Abrega are joined into one town separated by the main road connecting Poreč and Novigrad-Cittanova.Explore
On the western coast of Istria, surrounded by rich Mediterranean vegetation blended with olive groves, vineyards and fields, you can find the Kaštelir-Labinci Municipality. Two villages - Kaštelir and Labinci, ital. Castelier - S. Domenica, have been gradually urbanistically expanding during the centuries which resulted in their being merged into one municipality located some ten kilometers north of PorečExplore
In the eastern part of Istria, only three kilometres from the sea lies the medieval town of Labin, today a town known for its numerous galleries and artists.Explore
The youngest town in Istria, Raša (Arsia), was named after the river of the same name. Although it is white because of the stone and concrete, Raša was in fact built of coal.Explore
In Kršan municipality are intertwined the remains of Glagolitic and sacral heritage along with old crafts, modern tourist offerings and a variety of gastronomic delights. If you look closely and listen briefly to the beauty of this place you will surely see and perhaps even hear the tender sound of its endemic species – the Istrian bluebell.Explore
In Umag you can engage in sports and recreation, all in all an active vacation where you can recharge your batteries.Explore
A typical small fishing town with its well protected port and picturesque coast will make your stay exceptional.Explore
Situated on top of a hill at 222 m above sea level, the small town of Buje-Buie dominates the surrounding green terrace-like fields. Due to its strategic location it is called The Watchman of Istria.Explore