The town of Barban is located near the eastern coast of Istria, only 30 kilometers from the ancient city of Pula. It is widely known for its „Trka na prstenac“, an equestrian knight game that takes place once a year in August.

With its true spirit of the Istrian peninsula, guests can get acquainted with the rich culture and tradition of Istria, starting from the historical monuments and sights, to the intangible heritage such as folk music and dance, chakavian dialect, etc.


Funtana – a popular tourist destination blessed with mild climate, clean sea, and a bathing season that lasts from May to October, only a few hours’ drive from all of the major European capitals.


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.


Hum in Croatia is known as the smallest town in the world, which is why it is one of the most attractive Istrian excursionist destinations.


Surrounded by forests, pastures and vineyards, the village of Krnica lies along the eastern coast of Istria, about 25 km from the largest town on the peninsula, Pula.


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.


The town of Labin is the largest town in eastern Istria and the center of the municipality bearing the same name.
One part of the town, known as Podlabin, was initially founded as a mining settlement in the 1930s, and its mines provided the foundation for the town’s economy for a long period of time. Labin is the birthplace of Matija Vlačić Ilirik, a Reformer and the first associate of Martin Luther. Labin is also known for the famous Labin Republic that was proclaimed in 1921 (the uprising of the miners) and today it is a developed cultural and administrative center.

Perched on a hilltop above Rabac lies the medieval part of Labin, the charming Old Town with its rich architecture and cultural-historical monuments – churches, baroque and renaissance palaces, the baroque loggia on the central square, the People's Museum with a vast archaeological and ethnographic collection and the imitation of a mine with underground tunnels, numerous painting and sculpture studios, narrow tiled streets and enchanting views. Summer months are particularly interesting because of the Labin Art Republic, the event that offers a variety of cultural, entertaining and educational events in the entire town.


Rabac is a well-known tourist resort. Due to the beautiful bay and splendid, tame surroundings, attracts many visitors.


Raša is a town and municipality in the inner part of the Raša Inlet in the south-eastern part of Istria.


Ravni is a tourist resort on the eastern coast of Istria, 12 km from Labin and 16 km from Rabac.

Sveta Marina

Sveta Marina - autocamp and tourist resort Coastal village on the eastern coast of Istria, 12 km of the town of Labin.

Peace, the untouched nature and especially the clean sea add to its particular charm. This small coastal village offers something totally different to those who want to spend their vacancies in the silent nature with the sound of the sea and the music of crickets. There is a beautiful beach in the bay and also the plenty of smaller hidden beaches along the eastern part of the cape. It is a proud owner of numerous bays, gulfs, caves and ledges. Those who admire sports and other activities the place offers the adventure of diving in the beautiful sea in the company of the experts from the diving clubs and a plentiy of wind and waves to windsurfers. With its harbor and auto camp with scuba-diving center it has turned exclusively to tourism. There are restaurants with the open terrace and grill where you can enjoy the odours and scents of the Istrian specialties but also the traditional continental cuisine, pizzeria fast food and self-service shop. All are located in the centre of auto camp or near the sea. 


Svetvinčenat, Savičenta, San Vincenti, three names for the same place, deriving from the name of its patron, Hispanic martyr Saint Vincent and the abbey holding the same name around which the town has developed.

The renaissance town of Svetvinčenat, one of the pearls of Istria, which has become a tourism hot spot due mainly to the many events taking place in the attractive historical corners of our town. The very heart of Svetvinčenat is its main square, called „Placa“, together with Morosini-Grimani castle, the landmark of the place and one of the most important Venetian fortifications in Istria. What makes the cultural heritage of Svetvinčenat a memorable experience are the wall frescoes to be found in St Vincent’s chapel next to the cemetery and in St Catherine’s church.
Each year, this special little town is home to many visitors attracted by its rich tradition and its interesting and diverse events, among which the best known are the Medieval festival, the Cheese festival and the Dance and non-verbal theatrefestival.


Surrounded by untouched nature, settlement Trget nests at the very shores of Raša Bay.


Žminj is the seat of the municipality of the same name, located in the heart of Istria.

A place rich in history, once surrounded by walls, today it offers its guests plenty of entertainment within a variety of events, and that is why it is a favorite destination among families as well as among those who want to get acquainted with the tradition and culture of the region they are visiting.
Since ancient times, it was an important traffic hub because it connected the entire Istrian peninsula.
Half an hour or more is enough to arrive at main coastal places of Western, Southern or Eastern Istria - Rovinj, Pula, Rabac ...
As a historical town, Žminj has its medieval core, churches painted with frescoes, remains of city walls and towers.
Traditionally, every last Saturday in August is held Bartulja, the largest folk festival that Istrians and their guests do not miss.
Part of the fefstival is also a fair where, besides the stock market, there are also vegetables from domestic breeding, homemade cheese, wines, Istrian souvenirs, clothing and footwear, children's toys... Various sports competitions, performances of folklore societies and concerts are also organized.
Near the Žminj is the cave The kingdom of Festini with impressive interior views - wonderful dripstone forms, among which it is easy to recognize 'the magician's hat', 'Tower of Babylon' and huge 'bat wings' strangely covered with grapevine that gets its water from the bottom of the cave.


Poreč’s and its islands have 37km of coastline, where you can choose between 21 beaches bearing the Blue Flag, an international symbol of clean sea and well-kept beaches.


The district of Bale, located near Rovinj, Vodnjan, Kanfanar and Svetvinčenat is a preserved area of Istria that has avoided all forms of devastation and today the locals can say with great pride that their home is an area of pristine beauty featuring abundance in natural wealth, untouched nature and rich cultural and architectural heritage.

Bale's shoreline is a pristine part of Istria’s coast, without big hotels and other buildings. The shoreline is nine kilometres long, surrounded by exceptionally clean sea. Down by the sea you are not too far away to smell the scent of Mediterranean vegetation, which grows there in abundance. Located in the west of Istria Bale's shoreline boasts a magnificent view of the Brijuni islands, and its sunsets will, surely, forever grace your memory.

The area of Bale is a real treasure throve of indigenous sorts of olives, quality wines and cheeses as well as homemade Istrian cuisine

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