Tar and Vabriga, once two villages, now make up one municipality with one side facing the sea, the other the fertile Istrian interior. The hardworking inhabitants of this region engage in agriculture, tourism and fishing. Therefore, tourists can enjoy all the comforts of Istrian cuisine made from fruits of the sea and land and your palette can be treated to some famous Istrian wines. Read more
Krk – a town and port on the island with the same name. Krk is also the managerial, administrative, cultural and religious centre of the island.
This former bishop’s town has an extremely significant architectural monument – a cathedral, whose origins reach back to the 6th century. The old town, which can be entered through four town gates is surrounded by walls, which guard... Read more
Rogoznica, a town with a warm sea, beautiful beaches, karst and stone, is situated 25 km south of Šibenik. This is a typical Mediterranean town, ideal for a peaceful and pleasant holiday away from the bustle of the city.
Culture and history are deeply rooted in this city, as visible by a beautiful and sacred building. The town is dominated by the parish church of sv. Nikola [St.... Read more
Buje is an Istrian town on a hill that has magnificent views of the fertile fields, olive groves and vineyards that make this region so famous. It is only a few kilometres away from the sea, which can be reached via the picturesque wine and olive roads and well tended pedestrian and bicycle trails.
Thanks to its centuries-old ties with Rome and Venice, its historical centre has a... Read more