Tag: Istria

Vrsar is a small town situated at the western Istrian coast, near the Lim Channel. It started developing on a hill but now it is expanding along the coast. It has about 2700 inhabitants who are now primarily engaged in tourism; in the past this was a fishermen’s town. Vrsar has existed since prehistoric times […]

Medulin is a part of Medulin Riviera which consists of several places. Medulin was once a fishermen’s village, now it’s a popular tourist destination. It is only 10 km from Pula, one of th

Umag is a city in western Istria and at the same time the westernmost place in Croatia, only 10 km from the Slovenian border. Today, there are around 13 000 inhabitants in Umag who are mainly engaged in tourism, agriculture, olive and wine growing since Istria has terra rossa (red soil) which is very fertile. […]

Rovinj is a city on the western coast of Istria and it is together with Porec one of the leading tourist destinations on the Adriatic thanks to its healthy, mediterranean climate. According to researc

Pula is an Istrian city, situated at the south-western peak of the peninsula. It is also the biggest city in Istria and the main administrative centre and it has been so since the Roman period which w

The new highway is meanwhile more or less completed, which means that turist arriving in Istria from Italy or Slovenia can access the Istrian “Ipsilon” by the border crossing in Plovanija from where the highway A9 is connected to Pula at the south peak of the peninsula. Arriving from Austria one would properly enter Croatia […]
Porec is an attractive tourist destination that attracts many tourists with the beauty of its beaches and clean sea. Most of the beaches in Porec have a blue flag which is an international award for quality and purity of the environment. Given that Porec and Istria are exclusively oriented to tourism, the beaches are very […]
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