To Porec and the sea are only 4 km. There are many restaurants, cafes, bars, disco, winetasting-destinations. You will find many options for watersports/sports, like biking, walking, tennis,riding.... Since 2014 you will find two water-funparks. Lots of small cities like Rovinij, Pula (amphitheatre) and Opatija and Triest (Italy) are not far away. To Venice there are about 2.40 hours by boat (public).
City of POREC, it's a city of fun, sport and Roman cultural heritage, city of a thousand year old history, famous for it's priceless Euphrasian Basillica build in 6th century and recognised by UNESCO, the protector of the world' s heritage who in 1997 took this location under its wing. Near is also LIM'S FIORD, protected landscape. The bay surrounding is very interesting, the plant covering is lush and divers, various wild animals live there. It is a place of well known oyster and fish farm, you can enjoy tasting them in restaurants.
Nationalpark Brijuni Isles, (55 km) (ship harbor Fazana-Brijuni)
A typical visit to Briuni Isles is possible only by a tourist ship and includes a short train ride through the different natural beauty locations, through the Safary park, the Byzantine Castrum, the Roman villa in the residential Verige Bay and other interesting sights. Swimming on small beaches, away from everything and everyone is unforgettable experience.
Nationalpark Risnjak 130 km
Nationalpark Plitvicka Jezera, 280 km
NATIONAL PARK PLITVICE LAKES is the nicest place in all Croatia, it's the oldest and lagest national park. 16 Plitvice Lakes represent a magnificent natural architectural phenomenon, surrounded by thick forests inhabited by bears, wolves and many other rare animal and plant species. it's a 280 km away from our home but it's well worth the trip. http://www.np-brijuni.hr/
Pula (45 min.) is the most important and largest port in Istria, and a real tourist treasure. Well-protected Pula Bay is among the best natural harbors in the Adriatic. Also, surrounded by lush green countryside of southern Istria, the city posses extraordinary beauty and culture. By far the most memorable symbol of the Roman influence in Istria is magnificent twenty centuries old city Arena, the sixth largest amphitheater in the world.
Small medieval cities in Istria Motovun (20 min.) and Groznjan (40 min.) - called little Tuscany.. Small towns in the interior of charming Istria invite you to discover rich history within their old medieval walls.They have a view from the walls of the wine-growing fields and hillsides, which make them ideal places to visit and enjoy good culinary specialties.
Rovinij (40 min.) is most visited Istria's town that holds the Croatian record for most overnights stays and it's famous for Summer Festival concerts . You will enjoy long walks in narrow cobbled streets that reflect past and chill by the Riviera. It is interesting to mention that Rovinj's historic centre was modeled on Venice and got the majority of it's architectual marks.
1000 year old groves of olive trees and fields of grape vines. Swimming where the Romans swam and hiking where the ancient Greeks did. For the foodies there are restaurants galore - small rustic taverns and there are known for its own kitchen where you get great dinners you can be part of for a small fee.
Premantura (1 hour) is a quiet village, suitable for family holidays or just a place to chill after hard working days. Lots of tourist visit Kamenjak every day to enjoy its beautiful landscape. There are numerus biking trails, the whole cape is ideal for both running and trekking.
Livade (35 min.) Famous for the Days of Truffles held every year from September to November. Every year in Livade, also known as the World's truffle centre, a special festival is organized with a contest of choosing the largest truffle
Istarske toplice (40 min.), thermal spa with curative water
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