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Bale is a typical Istrian town built on a hilltop with narrow streets and stone houses that create a special atmosphere.
The locals have always been turned towards the sea and fishing. For this reason, even today, we find here the best seafood restaurants.
As the only national park in Istria, Brijuni with its 14 islands covering an area of 736 square hectares presents a unique play of nature that brings together remarkable animal species and rare and rich flora all at one place. It ranks as one of the loveliest archipelagos in the Mediterranean.
Shy and reclusive at the first sight, the green Brtonigla reveals slowly. It offers the best from the Istrian inland – natural parks and caves, picturesque hills, rich flora and fauna, and the excellently preserved small churches and chapels testify about the past.
Near the ancient town of Pula, the port for the Brijuni Islands - National Park with the attributes of paradise - Fažana with its beaches, pine forests, lungo mare walking paths, restaurants on the coast, the place for rest and recreation.
A little tourist resort proud of its agricultural tradition, the beauty of its nature, richness of its land and sea, and of hospitality its citizens are willingly offering to their guests and for which we may freely tell any benevolent passenger that here, in Funtana he is on the fountain of friendship.
Galižana is one of the oldest places in Istria, dating back to the prehistoric period.
Koromačno is a small town in the north-eastern part of Istria, 19 km south of Labin, in the cove of the same name, situated between the forested peninsula Ubac in the west and Cape Koromacno in the east.
Marčana is a typical agricultural village in the interior of Istria, near Pula. Its rich historical heritage testifies to the dense habitation of these areas during ancient times and its tumultuous past.
In the eastern part of Istria, only three kilometres from the sea lies the medieval town of Labin, today a town known for its numerous galleries and artists.
In the far south-east of Istria, among Mediterranean broom vegetation lies fishing and agricultural village Ližnjan whose hilltop overlooks the Kvarner bay and the islands of Cres and Lošinj.
Medulin, once a fishing village, is now a modern tourist destination in the south of the Istrian peninsula. This village of grape vines, olive trees, and beautiful beaches is ideal for quietly enjoying the beauty of the untouched natural surroundings.
A town of rich historical heritage in which each stone has its own story has been an attractive and popular tourist destination for a many years. This medieval Istrian town is situated on a hill with a view of the river Mirna valley.
Welcome to Novigrad, tourist resort on the west coast of Istria, the town proud of its peacefulness, cordiality and beauty as well as of its rich historical and cultural heritage.
Poreč is a town located in the heart of the western coast of Istria. A town of culture, tourism, sport and leisure, where the aromas and colours of past times form a mosaic of unforgettable experiences.
Premantura is surrounded by nature not many places can boast of. South of the town is Cape Kamenjak – a protected landscape 9.5 km long, 1.5 km wide, with altogether 30 km of indented coastline. No place in the world is the sea so blue-green, so clean as here at the southernmost tip of Istria.
Pula, a city that has existed for three thousand years, is situated in the south of the Istrian peninsula. The town has beautiful beaches spread over nearly one hundred miles of beautiful and indented coastline.
Rabac is a well known tourist destination on the south-eastern coast of Istria. Due to the series of beautiful pebbly beaches and crystal clear sea it has justly been given the name of the pearl of Istria.
One of the most 'photogenic' towns in the Mediterranean, once a fishing town, today is a tourist resort. Feel the enchantment of the town in its narrow medieval streets and warm Mediterranean setting.
Savudrija is an old fishing village on the westernmost point of Croatia. The symbol of Savudrija is certainly the tallest lighthouse in Istria (36 m), the oldest on the Adriatic coast, which attracts with its beauty.
Sveta Marina is a small place on the eastern coast of Istria, located 12 km south of the town of Labin. Peace, the untouched nature and especially the clean sea add to its particular charm.
Tar and Vabriga, once two villages, now make up one municipality with one side facing the sea, the other the fertile Istrian interior. This region is famed for its exceptional olive oil.
Umag, small town and port on the north-western coast of Istria, presents 'Croatia’s gateway to Europe'. It also has the reputation of the Istrian sports centre.
Vodnjan – a famous tourist destination in the southwest of Istria. On every corner, the city exudes history, every path hides a building, a church, a palace built in the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles.
Vrsar enchants its visitors with the romantic, authentic Istrian atmosphere of an old fishing village. It rises up in a series of terraces around a hill beside the sea, above a picturesque harbour that is naturally protected by a series of small islands.
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Croatian Camping Union, POB 143, HR-52440 Porec, tel: +385 52 451 324