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Porec is a city of entertainment and culture, pleasant with its sun and warm sea. Here you can stroll through the ancient streets of Decumanus and Cardo Maximus, which have preserved their original architecture. Marafor Square has a preserved Roman house and several Venetian Gothic palaces. Poreč has two types of climates: the warm sea climate and the temperate maritime climate. The average annual temperature for Poreč is 18 ° degrees and 958 mm of rain yearly. On average for 155 days a year, it stays dry with an estimated humidity of 75% and a UV index 4. Below, you will find average monthly temperatures, precipitation and number of days without precipitation and sunny for Poreč in Croatia. The best time to visit in Poreč in Croatia is in April and May, and July and August, when the mild to warm temperatures are and little to average rainfall. The highest average temperature in Poreč is 29 ° C in July, and the lowest is 9 ° C in January. So, if you are planning a trip to this enchanting city with your family then keep its climate in mind before deciding on the dates.
Vacation rental at Porec:
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Tourist attractions at Porec:
To visit Poreč is to visit a fortified Old Town with its ramparts, streets that follow an orthonormal plan inherited from the Romans, majestic Renaissance, Venetian and Baroque palaces; houses with Romanesque or Gothic facade. But to visit Poreč is especially to visit its sublime Euphrasian basilica, a paleochristian church which possesses invaluable Byzantine mosaics, inscribed on World Heritage by Unesco.
The beauty of the Old Town of Porec:
On the other hand, by its geographical location, on a peninsula, and its mild climate, Porec offers the visitor beautiful beaches all along the coast.
Euphrasian Basilica of Porec:
The Euphrasian Basilica (Eufrazijeva Bazilika) is a masterpiece of Byzantine art world heritage by Unesco. All eyes are on the beautiful Byzantine mosaics of this early Christian church. Only to see this marvel is worth a visit to Porec.
Beaches of Porec:
From the Old Town, there is no direct access to the sea. You have to walk to the beaches of Brulo, Pical, or St. Nicholas Island.
The surroundings of Porec:
Near Poreč, you can visit the Baredine Cave, with its five rooms and an underground lake. The beautiful village of Sveti Lovrec Pazenaticki, which retains much of its medieval walls. The small fishing port of Savudrija, no law of the border of Slovenia. And Umag, where is celebrated the Croatian Tennis Open.
Restaurants, gastronomy, and Porec wine:
The culinary delights of Poreč are just as stimulating as its cultural life which offers a set of cafes, bistros, taverns and lively restaurants serving a unique blend of authentic recipes and new concepts of Mediterranean cuisine. Whether you choose a fresh seafood dish, langoustines, truffles, frittatas or fresh homemade pasta, be sure to accompany them with fine Istrian wines. Best restaurant of this city includes: The Spinnaker gourmet restaurant offers the best of Croatian and international specialties, accompanied by exquisite wines. Secondly, The Valeta restaurant combines haute cuisine and impeccable service, offering an exceptional gastronomic experience. Thirdly, In the Trattoria La Pentola, you will be greeted with delicious meals marked with a strong Italian cuisine every day, as well as a selection of burgers, grilled meat specialties, and craft beers.
Local specialties not to be missed!
Prosciutto is dried, salted, seasoned and smoked pork in a fireplace or barrel. Istrian prosciutto is aromatic and unique in its preparation and cutting. It is served in very thin slices, as a starter, usually accompanied by home-made smoked sheep's cheese, olives, smoked sausages and ombolo; it is also served in main course sauce with pasta, and with traditional fritaja and manestra dishes.
Fuzi with truffles:
"Fuzi" are typical Istrian pasta made from homemade dough. They are usually served with a truffle and prosciutto sauce. All restaurateurs agree that this blend of flavors brings out the intensity of the truffle. So do not hesitate to taste this traditional Istrian dish, an association of simplicity and exceptional gastronomy.
Enjoy a tasty langoustine stew:
How to imagine your holidays in Istria without tasting this superb seafood specialty? The lobster stew is a light dish that brings out all the aromas of langoustines in the Adriatic Sea with a delicious tomato sauce, a real treat!
The manestra (thick soup) is one of the best known Istrian specialties. It consists of three vegetables as basic ingredients: potatoes, beans and a mixture of corn, cabbage and fennel (hence the name of ministry meaning mixture).
Other places not to be missed in Porec are the 13th-century Romanesque House, a three-story building with twinned windows, a wooden balcony, and an outside staircase. Forum Square lined with beautiful Gothic and Baroque facades; it is a place full of life, terraces, cafes, ... On this place lie some vestiges of the Temple of Neptune. In the Old Town, there are still three 15th century towers of the eastern wall. From the Northeast tower, you can walk along the pier in a beautiful walk. You must be all enthusiast about experiencing the charm, beauty, and relaxation that this city has to offer. Just opt for the services of Cuddlynest and make the best of your money, time and energy!