Beautiful crystal clear coastal waters, 8 National Parks, ancient architecture, stunning mountain ranges and tasteful towns. What’s not to like?
This relatively unspoiled old fishing port with its tangled web of beautiful stone houses is worth a visit. Top site to visit here would be the 6th-century Euphrasian Basilica, a World Heritage Site including a baptistery, church and atrium.
Away from the historic interests of the town is the lively Plava Laguna which stretches along Porec Town Beach. Great for the family with children’s playground, bars, cafes and sheltered areas.
Porec is also great for day trips where you can visit the Baredine Caves a mere 15 minute drive away, or take one of the daily boat trips to Venice.
A picturesque hilltop town with stunning views, narrow streets with barely any cars and filled with flowers. A great town for gifts and art with quaint buildings, great food and tons of charm.
Peka – Meat or seafood, octopus and lamb are favourites, cooked in a covered pan with vegetables over an open fire – a traditional method of cooking
Croatian gastronomy has its own distinct taste when cooking fish due to the gradelavanje olive oil method of cooking, giving it a unique flavour.
Kids and adults alike will love the taste of Fritule, a festive Croatian pastry which resembles a delicious doughnut type dessert. Served on many street corners for the family to try.