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Dive into the christal blue sea..
Mediterranean place located on eastern coastline of Istrian peninsula is well-known on its white pebble beaches.



Istria is the westernmost region of the Republic of Croatia and the largest Adriatic peninsula. It is also considered as the green oasis of the northern Adriatic. Istria was named after the Illyrian tribe of Histri.

Throughout it's extremely rich history, Istria has been the meeting place of many nations and their culture. They all left their traces that today's inhabitants of Istria try to preserve, ennoble, and update.Cultural and historical monuments from different periods, interesting folk customs, characheristic traditional istrian music, gastronomy delicatessen as well as hospitality and tolerance of its inhabitants are reason good enough for visit at anytime.

In Istrian inland, in so-called "green Istria", you'll find rural estates with a wide range of agro tourism, apartments and village houses for rent.
Tourist places on the shore in so-called "blue Istria" are fully oriented on the sea and life from the sea. Umag, Vrsar, Novigrad, Porec, Rovinj, Pula, Medulin, Rabac, each of them is special on it's own way.

Explore the monuments from the times of Roman Empire in Pula and the surrounding area, or visit Umag at the time of Tennis tournament "Croatia Open", when it's streets are most vivid.
Porec, a city of a long tradition of tourism, will meet everyone's taste.

Rabac, with the hinterland in the medieval town of Labin, is best known for it's white pebble beaches and clean blue sea, while Rovinj atracts visitors with it's picturesque old town and charming islets in the coastline.

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