Buzet - cultural and adventure hideout

 Discover cultural heritage of the Old city and enjoy in adventures sports

Gastronomy!

 Seek for the new tastes in the best Istrian restaurants

Villa Mandalena

Villa Mandalena -  Relax and enjoy at your vacation in villa surrounded by forest and tranquility

2017

 
Veljača 2017
Ožujak 2017
Travanj 2017
  • Petak, 07 Travanj 2017 - Nedjelja, 09 Travanj 2017 8:00
    100 milja Istre   ::  Sport

Svibanj 2017
Lipanj 2017
Rujan 2017

 

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POREČ

Northern tower – is located on the north-eastern side of the town core, next to the Peskera bay. It was built in the 15th century with a partially preserved rim.
• Pentagon tower- located at the entrance to the old town core at the beginning of today’s Decuman Street, the central street of the town.

• Eufrasian basilica- the most valuable cultural monument of Porec, built on the foundations of an earlier bazilika during the 6th century. The inside of the Basilica is open for public every day and you can climb on the bell-tower during your visit, as well. It was included into the UNESCO’s World heritage list.
• Medieval city walls- were built sometime between the 12th and the 16th century. It was used as protection from enemies up until the 18th century.


ROVINJ


• St. Eufemija church- the church of the patron of the town. It is the most impressive town building that dominates over the entire town core. It was built at the beginning of the 18th century. The bell-tower of the church, 60m high, is adorned with a copper statue of the saint which revolves around its own axle when strong wind blows.
• Town walls and doors – over the course of centuries they have been upgraded with town towers dating from the 7th century. In the past, Rovinj has had seven town doors. Today it has only three – St. Benedikt, Portica and Vrata sv.Križa.
• Holy union baptistery - a romantic church which is the oldest building in the town (built in 13th century)
• Castle on the island of St. Andrew – in the past it was a convent and today a castle in the role of a hotel. It was built in the 6th century by the Benedictines, expanded in the 15th century by the monks of St. Francis and redecorated at the end of the 19th century.

PULA


• Amphitheater – a building with which every tour of the town begins and ends. This is the most significant and best-known monument in Pula. The building of the amphitheater began in the 1st century and it was the scene of gladiator battles. In the Middle Ages it was where knight tournaments and fairs took place. Today, summer culture manifestations take place there.
• Augustus temple – it was built 27 years before our era by the foreign family Sergijevac. It leaned against town walls and doors named Porta Aurea. The town walls, as well as the doors, were ruined during the 19th century.
• Forum – the central square of the ancient and medieval Pula. It was built in the 1st century before Christ. In order to build it, sea shore had to be created. In the western part of the square there is one central and two back temples consecrated to Jupiter, Junona and Minerva.
• The door of Hercules – it is between two round medieval towers. They were modestly built with a barely recognizable head and bludgeon of Hercules on top

- embark on an adventure Istrian underground and discover the Pit cave, the cave, and Kingdom Cave and Mramornica