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Best Places to Visit in Istria, Croatia

Clear sea, ancient Roman ruins, and fishing villages are all merged into a beautiful magical adventure called Istria, one of the top tourist attractions in Croatia. The biggest Croatian peninsula today represents the history and is marked by the Roman style. Six of the most amazing Places to Visit in Istria whenever you get to go and explore beautiful Croatia.Look at the Places to Visit in Istria.

Just like Dubrovnik and Split are top tourist destinations in Dalmatia, Istria has its own gems – Pula, Rovinj, Motovun, and many others. After you have found your perfect place to stay, it’s time to start exploring! 

Because of its position and geographical shape, you’re going to be able to see as much as you’d like! 

Places to Visit in Istria

Top 6 Places to Visit in Istria, Croatia

Rovinj

Probably the most famous out of all, Rovinj is a medieval town, visited by more and more tourists every year. The Cathedral of St. Euphemia, its bell tower, Balbi’s Arch, and Old Town Hall are just a few of the main spots to go to. 

Don’t miss Rovinj’s Old Town – once an island and today connected to the mainland, it offers a chance for everyone to witness some of the most remarkable parts of the town! 

After a long day of sightseeing, relax and head out to one of many sandy or pebble family beaches in the area, or simply enjoy your luxurious villa near the sea!

Pula

The largest town in Istria, well-known for the Roman Amphitheatre, is Pula. The place you definitely shouldn’t skip, as it is home to many more historical ruins and monuments, such as the Golden Gate of Arch of Sergii. 

For panorama-lovers, there’s a Kaštel Fort, a viewpoint to remember. 

Filled with great places to eat, amazing cultural events, and places to stay, in Pula, you can arrive directly by boat from Zadar. 

Rabac

On Kvarner Bay, a small fishing village has found its home. Although in the past decade it has turned into a tourist resort, you can still find some historical stamps. 

If you enjoy snorkeling, swimming, boat tours, and tanning, Rabac should be your starting point!

Motovun

With roots from the 14th century, Motovun is a small walled scenic town settled high on a hill in the valley of the Mirna river. 

Organizing the popular Motovun Film Festival, this town is a host to many tourists wanting to experience its cultural and fairy tale style. 

Lim Fjord

One of the most beautiful places not only in Istria but in the whole country is a natural wonder called Lim Fjord. Although it is not a real fjord but an estuary, it was named after its shape which resembles a fjord in appearance. 

To get the experience to remember, Lim is best explored by the boat, which allows you to go swimming on its beaches or eat in one of the few restaurants in the area. 

Brijuni

Brijuni National Park, consisting of 14 islands and islets, is a famous summer residence of Marshal Tito (former Yugoslavian president). Introducing novelties into the islands, such as African animals, Tito helped Brijuni to become one of the most unusual places to visit. 
Veli and Mali Brijun are the only two islands open for visits today, exclusively for boat tours. The starting point for the tour is usually Fažana, the nearest town to Brijuni.

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