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Rovinj - Excursions

Full day Istria Tour
Full day Istria Tour – Istria is Croatian Tuscany. Sail in the Lim Channel and taste famous shells, visit open air Sculpture Park, tour the towns of Porec and Rovinj and stop in a private wine cellar for wine tasting.

City sightseeing of Rovinj
Walk the naroow streets of the historic nucleus piled up on a hill, with houses bunched together up to the door-step of the baroque church of St. Euphemia. Admire the view of Valdibora bay on North side and the pictoresque bay of St. Catherine on Southern side of the city and breathe in the fresh sea air.

It was not by chance that, long before Christ, the Illyrian tribes chose the hills around Porec as their place of settlement. And it was not coincidence that, more than two thousand years ago, Roman soldiers built their fortified colony Parentium here.
Make sure to visit St. Euphrasius Basilica with its beautiful Byzantine mosaics from the 6th century. Towards the end of 1997, it entered the UNESCO world cultural and natural heritage list.

Brijuni Islands
Unwind completely in one of the most beautiful national parks of Croatia - Brijuni islands have been attracting heads of states and celebrities for years. Enjoy ther greenness and a rare harmony that exists between natural and man-made elements.

Pula - the biggest town and port in Istria; one of the most beautiful historical monuments in Pula is the Roman amphitheatre known as the Arena, where a film festival takes place every summer.

An old legend states that long ago giants lived in the valley of the River Mirna. They were so big that they could, looking at the towns on the hillsides above Mirna, hand each other tools and big rocks. One of the towns that were built by the giants during this legendary time was Motovun. You do not believe? Check personally.

Hum – the smallest city in the world
Dating back to the Middle Ages, Hum is located on an elongated hilltop which dominates the surrounding landscape, complete with city walls, a lodge and parish church. Hum is known as “the smallest city in the world“. Few people live there today, but every June a major celebration is held here in the village for the mayor elections.

Italy and Slovenia
Thanks to the vicinity of Italy and Slovenia, a stay in Istria can be combined with a visit to either of the two countries: get on board a high speed craft to Venice for a day or visit the famous Postojna Caves and Lipica Stud Farm with daily horse shows in Slovenia.

Istria also offers endless possibilities for active holidays like jeep rides, hiking, biking and many more...