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When you visit the marvellous Brijuni National Park, expect to see indigenous plants, Mediterranean maquis, fallow deer, chital deer and mouflons freely grazing.
Brseč is a medieval little town, south of Opatija. It is part of Mošćenička Draga municipality. Perched on a cliff 157 meters above the sea level.
Brtonigla is famous for its many taverns and wine cellars. You'll find the high quality Istrian Malvazija (malmsey) produced along its wine roads.
Buje is the centre of the agricultural region of Umag which has fertile fields and vineyards with a magnificent hilltop view of terraced fields and olive groves.
This dreamy medieval hilltop village was almost left to oblivion until it was bought back to life by a group of artist in 1965. Today it is home to over 30 galleries and hosts arts & music festivals.
Located in between Motovun and Oprtalj, Livade is another quaint Istrian Hilltop village. It is home to the restaurant of Carlos Zigante who found the world’s biggest truffle here in 1999.
Motovun is a spectacular hilltop village and a star of the Istria Region. It was once fortified by the Venetians and is made up of a series of Romanesque and Gothic houses & famous for its truffles.
Oprtalj is a picturesque hilltop town situated in the heart of Istria. The historical fort town is protected by imposing large walls, and is is rich in tradition and has many picturesque walking paths
The capital and heart of Istria, Pazin is a town rich in medieval heritage. Surrounded by lush foliage, there are numerous hiking and cycling paths as well as a thriving gastronomy scene.
Perched on a hilltop in the heart of Mirna valley lies the Istrian "Truffle Capital". At the beginning of September, the townspeople celebrate Virgin Mary's birthday by cooking a giant omelette.
History lovers gem! It’s tiny 15th century chapel holds some of the best preserved late-Gothic frescoes in Croatia, including the grotesque Dance of the Dead macabre.
Situated on the west coast of Istria, Poreč is a city of culture and tradition where you will find the famous landmark, the Euphrasius Basilica – a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Reminiscent of the Mediterranean as it once was, Rovinj is one of the last true fishing ports of the Adriatic, with a rich cultural heritage and an archipelago of 15 islands.
Located on the south west of the Istrian Peninsula, Pula with its natural harbour is the biggest sea port in this region. Centre stage is the magnificent Arena – the sixth largest Roman Amphitheatre.