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Istria is with 2380 hours of sunshine annually situated climatically very low: In the summer it is usually not too hot, while the winters are mild. The coldest month is February with the statistical average of 6 ° C and the warmest month is July with an average of 24 ° C. [6] The annual average is 14 ° C.



The old town of Porec was charged by the UNESCO in 1997 as a World Heritage Site. Is particularly impressive Euphrasian basilica, which is definitely a must-see culture-oriented tourists.
The entire old town of Porec is a single monument.



The most important landmark of the city of Pula and historical evidence for the Roman rule in Istria is the Pula Arena.
The Temple of Augustus in the 1st century is a historical witness to the Roman rule in Pula.



The picturesque town, the many beaches near the city - especially the Golden Cape (Zlatni rat) - and a convenient location for exploring the surrounding areas such as the Lim channel, make the city an attractive tourist destination.
Scenic views of the city are also the upstream 22 islands as the Red Island (Crveni Otok), which are easily accessible by boats and also offer swimming and diving opportunities.
Numerous restaurants around the harbor, lots of pubs and generally closed to vehicles downtown for a stroll.










In the summer months of July and August, you can use our bus route Zurich - driving Istria in - Porec - Pula - Rovinj.
Istria is the largest peninsula in Croatia and one of the most popular areas.
The whole area is very well developed for tourism.
During the summer months, daily from Pula, Porec and Rovinj speedboats operate out of Venice.


The ancient Castrum Rubini, today Rovinj is closely connected with the history of the peninsula Cissa, the Atlantis of Istria. Legend has it that on 16 Cissa September 304, the anniversary of the death of St. Euphemia, a destructive underwater quake fell victim drowned in which the streets, squares, houses and palaces of the city in the sea. The peninsula Cissa was divided up into the city ahead of today's modern new islands and the surviving inhabitants, known for the production of color founded, now the picturesque Rovinj.

Rovinj is today because of its rich history and the cultural and historical places of the most interesting and beautiful cities of the Mediterranean. The unique beauty of the city attracts visitors from all over the world. In the stone-paved streets and winding gases there are ancient palaces with porches and patios, wall fragments from the Renaissance, beautiful churches, open galleries and numerous restaurants offering fresh fish, draws its smell through all the streets. The view to the endless blue of the sea, in which the 22 islets scattered like decorative, each of them unique in their own way beautiful, Rovinj can seem like a pearl that is worth to be explored to get lost in it and again to come.


Wine Trails - the touching beauty of Istria is best discovered on personally by an oenological adventure on their wine roads. For each of the local wine cellar can be reached through a beautiful landscape that enchants with its stories and old buildings each. Each wine is awaken by his enthusiasm and zeal the hedonistic spirit in every visitor. He will introduce him to the world of fine wines with interesting stories, accompanied by wine tastings and related gastronomic specialties that emphasize the charm of the flavor in the area of green vineyards and the hot stone just yet.