Besides the beautiful nature, Istria also has a lot to offer for history lovers. In many towns, the Italian influence is still clearly visible.

The city Pula is full of Roman buildings. The amphitheatre is still in use for summer festivals. The 100-year-old indoor market with its old architecture is definitely worth it to visit. A visit to Pula in the evening is highly recommended because of the cozy atmosphere. The shops have late opening hours, and you can go to one of the bars for a nice ending of the day.

In the narrow medieval streets with bumpy pebbles from Rovinj, you can almost imagine yourself in Italy. The fountain on the Trg Marsala Tita square resembles like the city Venice. The houses have beautiful facades and romantic flower boxes. Around the square you will find many small shops, cozy restaurants and ice cream parlors. From Rovinj you can make excursions to the many islands or go overseas to Italy. Right in front of Rovinj is Venice, which you can visit with a 2-hour boat trip.

The interior of Istria has a lot to offer. You can make an excursion to the Plitvice Lakes. This is a park with beautiful lakes, caves and waterfalls. Even the road to the Plitvice Lakes is already very impressive. 


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Spend your holiday in Istria with the following tips:

  • Go Searching for dolphins during a boat trip in Bruijni National Park
  • Walk around the city wall of the medieval town of Motovun
  • Explore the underground world of Baredine 
  • Go truffle hunting and find Istria’s delicacy 
  • Kayak into the Lim channel and discover several pirate caves

Relaxing in the pool, endless fun and exploring thrilling water slides. Just outside Novingrad you will find the Aquapark Istralandia. In fact, in 2016 this spectacular park was rightly rated as the 5th best water park in Europe! 

In the center of Istria you will find Waterpark Aquacolors. Countless slides provide a day of endless fun. Take the family slide and slide down with the whole family in a band, or just float around quietly in one of the pools. 

Is adrenaline and altitude (height) more your thing? Glavina Park offers a 20-Meter free fall, a giant swing, zip lines and three adventurous treetop courses. Only for the real daredevils….. 

Fan of dinosaurs? As a final tip, we can add Dinopark Funtana. A theme park entirely focused on dinosaurs. Enter Jurassic World in this multifaceted theme park.

Because of its location in the northwestern part of Croatia, and between the Gulf of Trieste and the Adriatic Sea, temperatures on this peninsula are generally milder. During the summer months it is mostly warm but not too oppressive. The average temperature will be approximate 25 and 30 degrees, and in the evening it cools down to 19 degrees. Because of the location on the peninsula, early in the spring and late in the autumn, the sun feels pleasant. However, in the evenings it can cool down quite a bit. 

Located on the Lanterna peninsula you will find the first 5-starr campsite of Istria: Santa Marina. If you want to stay in luxury, harmony and in a beautiful green surrounding we truly recommend this campsite. Luxury accommodations are scattered throughout this boutique campsite. When you are looking for a holiday resort, that will fulfill all of your needs, then camping Lanterna is definitely the one for you. 

The largest city of this region Is Pula. In this city, the many Roman influences can still be found. For example, the amphitheater is among the 6 largest and still existing amphitheaters. Go from the largest city in the region to the smallest in the world in just a few steps. The village of Hum, with 6 residents, is located in the heart of Istria and is the smallest village of the world. 

The beaches in Istria usually consists of stones, grass and plateaus. But even for a real beach holiday, this region is the best place for you. On the southern coast of Istria you will find the town of Medulin, this place has a large sandy beach. 

If you are traveling by plane, the most common airport of Istria is the one of Pula. There are daily flights to Pula from several airports around the world. 

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