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About Istria County

The heart-shaped peninsula lies in the Adriatic Sea. It is a region that is loaded with the history of all the cultures that lived in it.

 

If you are a lover of old cities and remains of many culture, this is the place for you.  In Istria, you will get the opportunity to unveil all the charm of the old Pula Roman heritage.  Roman ruins, temples, and the famous Roman amphitheater where gladiators used to fight, are some of the historic marks to explore. 

 

Explore the Medieval hilltop towns by visiting four of the region’s historic towns: Motovun, Gronjan, Oprtalj and Završje. Enjoy the boutiques, galleries, ruins, and the views of Motovun Forest in a breath-taking experience.

 

Istria is definitely a great place to go through memorable experiences involving water sports and activities. Boat Excursions and cruises are a great way to explore the coastline of the Adriatic Sea. Most boat excursions and cruises offer a meal of fresh seafood, meat, or vegetables. Many of these excursions also stop at islands and provide guests with a chance to swim in the clear water of the surrounding islands.

 

If you are in the mood for a water sport activity, there is a myriad of options for you to choose from. Snorkeling, kayaking, and diving in the clear sparkling water of the Adriatic Sea are only some of the options to choose from.

 

If you are out for an experience that doesn’t involve water, you can also choose from many options like bike tours around the nature of Cape Kamenjak, you can also go on day tours around Istria and explore the medieval side of Istria. Hiking is also another option if you want to experience an Adrenalin pumping activity. For another adventure of Adrenalin thrusting, visit Glavani Park and choose from three hiking routes with varying difficulty degrees. Children can also enjoy seeing goats, sheep, and rabbits at the animal park.

 

Here are more tips about Istria:

  • Go on a breath-taking tour to one of the UNESCO’s natural and cultural world heritage sites, the Škocjan caves of Istria.
  • In Motovun, Istria, the International Film Festival takes place during the end of July and early August.

 

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