The area that belongs to the Municipality of Kršan is situated in the central part of the eastern coastal part of the Istrian peninsula. It is situated between Kvarner Bay, the Bay of Plomin and the Plomin Cove, the River Raša valley, the hills of central Istria and the area of Učka and Brestova on the sea.
Kršan has every right to be proud of its rich cultural and historical heritage that in some places dates back to the 11th century.
No matter where you start your visit, you can feel the beauty and diversity of this area, from the Citadel of Kršan, the place where the document called Istrian Demarcation (“Istarski Razvod”) was found, the Plomin Church of St. Juraj the Old that houses the oldest known Glagolitic inscription – the Plomin tablet, from the western massifs of Učka and Kožljak Castle, the Romanic Church of St. Quirinus with 15th century frescoes with the details of the deputation by the famous painter Albert, from the town of Čepić and the lake that bears the same name that was drained and turned into arable fields, or from the youngest community in Istria – Potpićan.
The area of Kršan Municipality blends the combination of the remains of the Glagolitic and sacral heritage and old crafts with modern tourist offer and a variety of gastronomic delights, and if you take a better look and sense the beauty of the nature of this area, you will surely see, and possibly hear the tender song of the endemic plant species – the Istrian Bluebell.