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Opatija riviera is 40 km long and rich in beautiful nature, parks, walking paths near the sea, old Austro-Hungarian villas and beaches.
In the 19th century in Opatija Austro-Hungarian noblemen built spacious villas and spent their winters due to very mild Mediterranean climate. Even today you can see the heritage of lifestyle of noblemen from Austro-Hungarian monarchy in the architectural stiles of villas.
Now, those villas are turned into hotels. Most of them are situated next to a famous walking path «lungo mare» which is 11 km long and winds along the sea. Be sure to visit nautical center Icici, tourist destination Lovran, and Mošcenicka Draga which will impress you with its 2 km long pebbled beach. Nature lovers can enjoy the peace and quiet of the nearby mountain Ucka.
Istria is situated on a heart-shaped blue-green peninsula
bearing the same name. Its appeal lies in a combination of attractive coastal areas and a green interior. Should you decide to visit
Porec, Rovinj, Opatija or Pula you will see
cities-museums transformed into tourist spots with many hotels and restaurants with something for everyone.
Umag is a town on the north-west shore of Istria.
Situated in a natural harbour, at the cross-roads of important traffic routes, it has developed itself into a well-known tourist and
sports destination. We can freely say that this is the town of tennis as Umag can offer you even 64 tennis grounds! Umag is a
happy choice for the lovers of an active vacation looking for varied tourist facilities and honour a long catering tradition.
Porec is famous for being one of the favorite tourist destinations in Istria with its rich offer on hotel
and tourist facilities constantly expanding. Thus, while in Porec, besides lying relaxed on the beach you can also enjoy
various sports like diving, surfing, water skiing or jet-skiing. Porec's many green parks and flowers beds will welcome you on your entrance to town.
Rovinj, one of the most beautiful Istrian towns, is situated on
the Western coast of the Istrian peninsula. Here you will see historical monuments from Iliric, Roman and Venetian time. Visit
the church of St. Euphemia and its bell tower with an unforgettable view of the whole town. Take a trip to Palud swamp
or Romuald cave on the Southern side of Limski canal. Quarry "Cave di Monfiorenzo", which is also nearby, is a geological "natural monument"
Learn to salsa? Rovinj
Practice your groove moves? The Salsa Festival in Rovinj will be the center of salsa on the Adriatic for seven days this summer.
Beginning on the 19th and ending on the 24th of June, the ancient, hilly streets of Rovinj will throb to a Latin beat for the eighth edition of the Croatian Summer Salsa Festival.
In ten venues around town, there will be workshops in Cuban salsa, Mambo, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Linear salsa and other forms such as Zouk and Bachatango. Instructors and artists from around the world will be on hand and nearly every night there’ll be a party, concert or show culminating in a party boat trip on June 25. Rovinj is one of the most delightful towns in Istria at any time but now with this Salsa Festival, who would want to stay at home?
Medulin Istra Croatia
Welcome to Medulin, a little town to he south of the Istrian peninsula
This town, built on the remnants of a prehistoric dwelling place, will make you enthusiastic about its
sandy beach two kilometres long. Come and see why the Old Romans built their villas and summer houses on this location.
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