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Trieste is a unique city with a rich history and culture, influenced by its varied past as part of different empires and countries. The city offers a range of attractions, including Roman ruins, beautiful nature parks, traditional cafes, and unique food.


The Floating City is arguably one of Italy's most picturesque cities. With its winding canals, striking architecture, and beautiful bridges, Venice is a popular destination for travel.

Mulino activities







A medieval town. City of artists and music.

Golf course Adriatic

A challenging golfing experience amidst the breathtaking Mediterranean scenery where you can golf all year round.

Aquapark Istralandia

Unique water world, already recognized as the new dimension of fun, relaxation and recreation.

Aquapark Aquacolors

It's considered one of the largest waterparks in southeast Europe, and includes attractions such as water slides, a wave pool, lazy river and kids corner.


Umag is a city on Croatia’s Istrian peninsula. The remains of the 10th-century town walls include a gate and a drawbridge.


The coast is surrounded by a pine forest and special rocky beaches, and it also hides a famous naturist beach on the southern part. Because of a pleasant climate it is a favorite destination for surfers.

Sečovlje Salina nature park

The Sečovlje Salt Pans are one of the last salt pans in the Mediterranean, where salt is obtained manually with a method which is several hundred years’ old.


On its 123 km long route, the small train linked 33 towns from Trieste to Poreč. Today it would run on the territory of three countries: Italy, Slovenia and Croatia.


An abandoned medieval fortress Dvigrad in Istria, Croatia.


Town with the parish church of St. Blasius with highest tower (62 m) in Istria, Croatia.


Bale is one of the most delightful hilltop villages in Istria and well worth a stop if not a prolonged stay.

Plomin and Lim channel

Take a walk along Lim Channel, enjoy the nature and take a peek inside Romualdo's Cave.


Behind seven hills, in the deepest inland of Istria, half way between Pazin and Buzet. Became famous as film location for Hollywood.


The history of Labin goes far back to the 4th century BC, when a first settlement had been established on the town hill. 


Rabac is a small coastal town on the eastern side of the Istrian peninsula.


City of truffles and film festival.


An old city in Istria, known of renowned winemakers and their protected wine Momjan Muscat.


Hum in Croatia is officially the smallest town in the world.


Typical Istrian city in the north of Istria, Croatia.


Poreč is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Istria.


One of the most photogenic towns in the Mediterranean.

Truffle a gourmet gem

Istria has become famous for the highest quality truffles.

Olive Oil Roads

As many as 23 olive varieties are grown in Istria, of which 11 are domestic and 12 foreign.

Wine Roads

One of the most famous wine roads in Croatia with as many as 23 famous wine producers is located in the area of Bujština.


Unique experience which you will remember forever.


Brijuni National Park

Brijuni NP are unique in offering sports and recreational activities to their visitors. Explore Safari park, dinosaur footprints and more. Let yourself fall in love with Brijuni.