Explore Istria

Istria is a northern Adriatic region of Croatia and it is the biggest Croatian peninsula. The whole Istria is actually reachable by a short car drive, and the choices it offers to its visitors are just amazing: either you are in a search of excellent gastronomic experience, historical sights or natural beauty, the choices are outstanding.

Istria is a very interesting region, were green and blue meet to form a lovely harmony. The sea at its shores, and beautiful green hills, castles and vineyards in its interior.

Places to visit on the Istrian coast

Rovinj – beuatiful coastal town, 30 km south of Porec. Stroll through narrow, cobbled streets of Rovinj, wonder through many lovely galleries. Climb to the hill top, enjoy beautiful panorama and visit the Church of St. Euphemia. Relax on one of the bar terraces at the seafront. Enjoy beautiful views over the sea and little islands.

Pula – while on holidays in Porec, don't miss visiting Pula, Istria’s largest city, located on the southwest of the Istrian peninsula. Pula has many interesting historical sights worth visiting. The most famous one is Pula amphitheatre known as the Arena. It was built in the 1st century. Today amphitheatre is used as an open-air stage for numerous concerts during Pula Summer Festival. Othetr historical sights in Pula are: The Golden Gate, Temple of Augustus, Twin Gates and City Walls, Forum, Small Roman Theater, etc...

Vrsar – little town 10 km south of Porec with a nice marina. Don't miss the beautiful views over archipelagos with 18 islets from the top of the hill.

Lim Bay – is situated south of Porec, on the road to Rovinj, nearby town of Vrsar. Lim Fjord or Lim Bay is 10 km long estuary. It looks like a cannyon, with its sides rising up to 150 m, and then sinking down to 20 m where they reach the sea. Lim Bay is also famous for oyster and fish farming and in two restaurants you can taste these specialities.      

Places to visit in inland Istria

Groznjan – the town of music perched on a hill with far stretching views over the sea and Istrian countryside. Groznjan is a lovely village with nicely restored, old, stone houses and cobbled streets. Groznjan holds the seat of International Cultural Centre of Young Musicians and during summer many concerts and music events are held in the town almost everyday. The village is also famous for its art galleries. Don't miss the opportunity to visit this lovely Istrian village.

Motovun – on the top of the hill, overlooking Mirna Valley, you will find Motovun, beautiful Istrian medieval town. Beside its historical sights, Motovun is famous for an International Motovun Film Festival that takes place every summer in July. Motovun forests are rich in truffles, and many local restaurants offer this rare mashrooms.

Where we are ?

Ljubica Cadum
Višnjanska 2
52440 Poreč

tel: +385 (0)52 431 536
e-mail: info@villacadum.com

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