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Your view may involve the whole richness of variety, from the snowy near-by mountains, the green fields, plateaus and valleys, the wavy landscape with vineyards and olive groves, to the blue of the endless sea. “Terra Magica”. When you say Istria, it means authenticity, tradition, rich history, clear sea, greenery, diverse gastronomy and friendly people. All this fascinates those who visit Istria.


The most western county of the Republic of Croatia, the largest Adriatic peninsula



2.813 km2



208.055 (2011.)


Istria is the largest Croatian peninsula immersed in the blue of the Adriatic Sea. Very interesting are the Mediterranean cities like Pula, Rovinj, Poreč, Novigrad and Umag, also Hum - the smallest town in the world, Grožnjan - the city of artists, and  Motovun - the city of myths and legends.


You will remember the luxury of Istria, mostly by the narrow stony streets, city portals and seafronts, the blueness of the sea and the fragrances of Mediterranean plants, olive groves and vineyards.


There are also the memorable little islands  of the Brijuni archipelago, Cape Kamenjak, which represents the door to the southernmost part of Istria and one of the miracle,  that only nature can create.

When you stop in Pula, an over 3000 years old town, you are going back to the past, where the Roman amphitheatre, the Temple of Augustus, the buildings of Austrian-Hungarian architecture and the shipyard are waiting for you.


North of Pula, there are the picturesque places Vodnjan and Fažana. Stone houses and impressive belfries are showing here the peace of past times, and the view from Fažana to the sea brings you back to the Brijuni National park , where special historical monuments merge with beautiful landscapes full  of flora and fauna from around the world.

South of Pula, you will meet a beautiful bay, full of islands and picturesque town called Medulin.


Because of the pleasant climate, the perfectly clear water and a rich culinary offer, it became one  of the most popular Istrian destinations for family and active holday.

On the other side of the Medulin bay are the places Pomer and Premantura, once a shelter for of fishermen and farmers, but today a tourist destination …


When you stop to fix your impressions, do not forget to taste the Istrian specialties such as truffles, olive oil and the famous Istrian wine Malvasia, to complement this wonderful experience of Istria.

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