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Parenzana was a narrow gauge railway which connected Trieste with Porec, operating from 1902 until 1935 and was eliminated due to unprofitability, because of cheaper and faster road transportation. MORE >


  • Poreč, Poreč
Ski Lift Poreč is a 650-meter long cableway for water skiing (sport and recreation) in Zelena Laguna. It was built in 1990 and after 20 years of its existence new management (LIKO d.o.o.) took over the cableway facility and surrounding sport objects in 2009. The Ski Lift was then renovated along with the restaurant/bar in which different foods and drinks are served. MORE >


  • Rovinj, Rovinj, Vrsar, Vrsar
Some twenty minutes’ drive north of Rovinj-Rovigno lies a flooded canyon valley - Lim Channel, also known as Lim Bay or Lim Fjord. MORE >


  • Livade
Immerse yourself in the world of wellness at the Istarske Toplice spa resort. Leave your everyday stress behind in the pools, relax in the intimate ambience of our sauna world, shape your body in the fitness studio, and finally, treat yourself to a wide range of massages, facials and body treatments in our beauty centre. MORE >


  • Poreč, Poreč
Aquacolors Water Park in Poreč is a new addition to the Istrian peninsula's list of attractions. A place where both the young and old can safely enjoy adrenaline-rush activities, the water park is located two km south of Poreč, in the direction of Funtana and Vrsar, in the vicinity of Zelena Laguna (Green Lagoon). One of Europe's most modern water parks will open its doors to the public on 16 May and remain open until the end of September. MORE >


  • Novigrad, Novigrad
Twenty slides and an aquatic area of 4,100 m2 spread out across an area totalling 81,000 m2 – these figures translate into tons of fun that await you at Istralandia Aquapark, a waterpark located between Brtonigla and Novigrad. The excellent geographical position of Istralandia Aquapark, near the exit off the Istrian Ypsilon motorway, makes it easy to reach from all parts of the Istrian peninsula. MORE >


  • Fažana, Fažana
The Brijuni island group that lies off the southwest coast of Istria in the vicinity of Pula, was once the meeting place of the European and world jet set. As the only national park in Istria, Brijuni with its 14 islands covering an area of 736 square hectares presents a unique play of nature that brings together remarkable animal species and rare and rich flora all at one place. It ranks as one of the loveliest archipelagos in the Mediterranean. MORE >


  • Poreč, Poreč
Meet the mystical world of nature which has been developing for thousand of years, far away from the light of the day and the human eye. Visit the underworld the Baredine Cave. This cave is a treasure chest of stalagmites and stalactites, underworld sculptures created through time by the patient work of water. Such shapes have been created, some of which are exceptional, such as the 10 meter long and high curtains, a very realistic sculpture of Our Lady, the body of a milkmaid called Milka, the leaning tower of Pisa and snowman the torchbearer-who has become the trade mark of our cave. MORE >


  • Pula, Pula
The largest town on the Istrian peninsula offers a diversity of attractions to lovers of culture. The rich itinerary of its three thousand year old history, where every step you take through the old town is a landmark, begins and ends with the Roman amphitheatre. MORE >


  • Vrsar, Vrsar
Vrsar-Orsera, town on the west coast of Istria with a strong tourist orientation and high quality accommodation facilities, abounds with magnificent natural resources: lovely beaches, wonderful coastline and rich hinterland. MORE >


  • Grožnjan
Grožnjan-Grisignana, mali istarski gradić velikog kulturnog značaja, ne samo na hrvatskoj nego i na međunarodnoj razini, živi vrlo intenzivno svoje ljetne mjesece.


  • Rovinj
One of the most 'photogenic' towns in the Mediterranean, once a fishing town, today is a tourist resort. At a distance of some 40 kilometres from Pula, Rovinj-Rovigno has long been known as the town with favourable and beneficial climatic features. So, today its people are still proud of this long tradition and 'fight' for the title of 'healthy town'... The rest is nature’s work. The entire coastline, with its twenty-two islands is an area of protected natural heritage. MORE >


  • Motovun
In the northern part of Istria, overlooking the Mirna River valley, lies surely the most famous and attractive Istrian medieval town of Motovun-Montona. This captivating hilltop town is one of the characteristic symbols of the Istrian interior. MORE >


  • Poreč
Poreč is a town located in the heart of the western coast of Istria. A town of culture, tourism, sport and entertainment, it has been recognised and awarded for the beauty of its public spaces and its cleanliness many times over. MORE >


  • Kanfanar
Dvigrad is a medieval town abandoned in the seventeenth century, and only its ruins remain, of which the most impressive are those of the church of St. Sofia. Dvigrad is 23 kilometres from Rovinj. MORE >