Gračišće is the centre of the Gračišće Municipality, which extends over 60 km2 and has a population of about 1500 people.
The well preserved landscape has encouraged a few households to engage in agrotourism.
The traditional commitment to wine production, on the other hand, has given rise to an already popular annual Exibition of the Wine of Central Istria. The beauty and singularitiy of cultural and historical monuments located in the preserved landscape are the greatest value of Gračišće.
The town is visited by more and more visitors, not only for the traditional Exhibition of the Wines of Central Istria on Easter Monday, the Festival of the Harmonica in May, St. Vitus Feast and Maneštra (traditional Istrian soup) festival in June.
Many enthusiasts often come to this town to feed on the tranquillity inundating streets lined with old architecture and converging at the tall bell tower and the parish church, both from the 18th century.
Everyone will receive a gift here: from the lawn surrounding the church visitors obtain probably one of the most beautiful views extending over the undulating landscape of Istria, merging into the peaks of the lofty Učka Mountain.