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Pula / Medulin

Pula is the largest town on the Istrian peninsula and offers various attractions. The old town of Pula's three thousand years of rich history and the Roman amphitheater will impress many tourists.

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Labin/Rabac

In the eastern part of Istria, just three kilometers from the sea, is located the medieval town of Labin, a city rich in history and cultural heritage, today the city of artists.

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Central Istria

A number of medieval towns of central Istria, the unspoiled nature and rich cultural heritage will win the heart of every guest.

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Funtana

Funtana-Fontane is one of the most wanted destinations in the Adriatic and is located along the road Porec - Vrsar where you can find many family houses offering private accommodation.


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Rovinj

Rovinj is one of the most photogenic towns in our Mediterranean. It was once a fishing village, but now is a popular tourist destination. The entire coastline with 22 islands is protected natural heritage.


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Umag

Umag-Umago, small town and port on the northwestern coast of Istria is known as a city of tourism and sports. It is especially known as a sports center in Istria because it is as host of the ATP World Tennis Tournament.


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Novigrad

The tourist resort Novigrad is situated on the western coast of Istria and stands out among the many Istrian towns by its unique natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. 


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Get to know Poreč

Porec is a town located on the western coast of Istria. Due to its tidiness and cleanliness Porec was awared more than once. It is offen called the city of culture, tourism, sport and entertainment. 

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