Istria - Croatia
Istria is the biggest Croatian peninsula known for its little towns’ development and the mixture of different cultures. Poreč is an important tourist centre of Istria with two-hundred-years-old tourist tradition, ever since the beginning of the 19th century. The town’s streets are full of marks left by the big cultures, and its friendly inhabitants and the magnificent Euphrasius’ basilica, a monument under the UNESCO protection, won’t leave you indifferent. Pula is a 3000-years-old town with a magnificent ancient amphitheatre from the 3rd century B.C., a recognisable symbol of today’s Pula. Rovinj is a town full of numerous historical monuments, having also one of the best nautical marinas of the Adriatic. Umag is a sports and health tourist destination with numerous tennis courts. It is perfect for an active vacation. Medieval town of Motovun is situated on the top of a hill, and a legend says it was built by giants. It is known for its forest where you can still find truffles – mushrooms highly esteemed as an extraordinary gastronomic specialty. Motovun is also famous for one of the most interesting film festivals in Europe and, especially for its top-quality wines.
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