ISTRIA is the largest CROATIAN peninsula and is located on the northern part of the ADRIATIC SEA.

It is also the most developed tourist region of CROATIA, with tourism developing rapidly in all directions. It offers charming coastal towns, tame interior (Croatia’s Toskana) and a culinary tradition of healthy eating.The main town of ISTRIA is PULA, located in the south of the peninsula.
Numerous bays in the immediate vicinity of the city have long been a safe haven for ships, so PULA has historically been of great military strategic significance.

From PULA you can go to KVARNER or north to the ISTRIAN coastal towns such of ROVINJ, POREČ, NOVIGRAD and UMAG where you can enjoy local charms. See Routes ….

Near ROVINJ, visit LIMSKI kanal (Limski fjord) 10 km long with steep slopes.

And finally or first you should visit the NP BRIJUNI Islands in the vicinity of PULA with a variety of flora and fauna and precious beauty.
 Rovinj, a picturesque town in Istria
 A deep bay in Istria with many sailboats
 Amphitheater in Pula
 Panorama of the old part of Rovinj