Bale is a small town in Istria situated between Pula and Rovinj and 7 km from Adriatic coast.
Bale is known as a quiet place offering its visitors rest from big city crowd and rush.


Town Buje with his 5.450 inhabitant is in north – west part of Istria. On the undulating landscape between Mirna and Dragonja. It is on very important crossroad: Umag – Novigrad – Kastel – Buzet – Trst. more


Buzet is a town with more than 6000 inhabitants placed in north part of Istria on limestone hill below the arable valley where flows river of Mirna.
The center of the cultural and educational institutions: schools, museums, and has an Open University. more


Labin is set on the eastern coast of Istria, on the hill above Rabac - the pearl of the Adriatic, at the site of a Roman settlement Albona, whose name was first mentioned in the 285 AD. more


Motovun, the best preserved medieval town in central Istria, with walls in the form of rings and two semi-rings. Thanks to a dominant position in the valley of the Mirna River, visitors can enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding vineyards and other hills. more


Novigrad is a small town with harbor on the west coast of Istria. Located on a peninsula (formerly an islet) at the north where is close gulf of port Mirna. Together with the surrounding area has about 4000 inhabitants. more


The town of Porec, former Colonia Iulia Parentium, which is almost two thousand years old , today is one of the favorite destinations in Croatia for those who want good entertainment and much wider offer. Throughout the history of the area, residents were living almost exclusively from farming and fishing, while now the main source of income is tourism. Today Porec has large palate of colors, sounds and smells generously sharing them with each visitor. more


Pula is the largest city in Istria County. It is located in the southernmost part of the Istrian peninsula, a city with an ancient tradition long 3000 years. The Pula's history is connected with the ancient Romans.
The Brijuni National Park is Croatia's most famous national park, which was attended by many world leaders and celebrities during the time when it was the 
summer residence of the ex president Josip Broz Tito. more